Africa

Lexavier Partners

Nigeria (Lagos, Abuja, and Port Harcourt)
Tel:+234 803 600 6080
Email:fcagbu@lexavierpartners.com

Strauss Daly

South Africa (Durban, Belville, Bloemfontein, Capetown, Stellenbosch, Johannesburg, Newlands, Pretoria, Pietermaritzburg, Richards Bay, Port Elizabeth, and Cape Town)
Tel:+27 31 570 5600
Fax:+27 31 504 2921
Email:nvolschenk@straussdaly.co.za

Suárez de la Dehesa Abogados

Spain and Tangier (Madrid and Morocco)
Tel:+34 9 155 95999
Fax:+34 9 154 10343

Description

As demand for modern energy is set to surge, fuelled by economic growth, demographic change and urbanisation, the continent of Africa, with 59 countries and 1.7 billion people, could leapfrog into a new era of power generation. Utility reform, new technologies and new business models could be as transformative in energy as the mobile phone has been in telecommunications.

Renewable energy is at the forefront of the changes sweeping Africa, which is registering some of the most remarkable advances in solar, geothermal and wind power. Africa has a chance to show the way to a low-carbon future – while putting in place the policies needed to reduce its vulnerability to the effects of climate change.

South Africa is a powerhouse in Africa and is often described as the “gateway” into Africa and law firm Strauss Daly, with 9 offices throughout South Africa and legal services call centres in Mauritius and Namibia, can assist your business in the identification of key risk areas and mitigation techniques. Strongly aligned with banks and financial institutions dominating financial services in Africa, Strauss Daly can assist you in establishing contact at senior level with banks and financial institutions.

LAWorld has legal expertise across Nigeria (Lexavier), Angola and Mozambique (NGMS) and Morocco (Suarez de la Dehesa).  Contact LAWorld’s African law firms for advice and assistance in respect of all your business needs – including identification of risk areas and mitigation, banks and financial instructions, employment,  patents and trademarks and all commercial matters.


Deals

Something else happened in Africa
2015-09-08 13:27

some more text describing the deal. wow.

Something happened in Africa
2015-09-09 11:49

this is the text that describes it. The prior one-stage, standard proceedings (the same in case of all concentrations) which lasted two months (yet, were effectively longer as it was common practice of the Competition Office to prolong this term by requiring additional information from appl. The prior one-stage, standard proceedings (the same in case of all concentrations).

which lasted two months (yet, were effectively longer as it was common practice of the Competition Office to prolong this term by requiring additional information from appl.

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2016-03-15 11:25

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As demand for modern energy is set to surge, fuelled by economic growth, demographic change and urbanisation, the continent of Africa, with 59 countries and 1.7 billion people, could leapfrog into a new era of power generation. Utility reform, new technologies and new business models could be as transformative in energy as the mobile phone has been in telecommunications.

Renewable energy is at the forefront of the changes sweeping Africa, which is registering some of the most remarkable advances in solar, geothermal and wind power. Africa has a chance to show the way to a low-carbon future – while putting in place the policies needed to reduce its vulnerability to the effects of climate change.

South Africa is a powerhouse in Africa and is often described as the “gateway” into Africa and law firm Strauss Daly, with 9 offices throughout South Africa and legal services call centres in Mauritius and Namibia, can assist your business in the identification of key risk areas and mitigation techniques. Strongly aligned with banks and financial institutions dominating financial services in Africa, Strauss Daly can assist you in establishing contact at senior level with banks and financial institutions.

LAWorld has legal expertise across Nigeria (Lexavier), Angola and Mozambique (NGMS) and Morocco (Suarez de la Dehesa).  Contact LAWorld’s African law firms for advice and assistance in respect of all your business needs – including identification of risk areas and mitigation, banks and financial instructions, employment,  patents and trademarks and all commercial matters.