Equitorial Guinea, 49yrs after Independence

Equitorial Guinea, 49yrs after Independence

Africa’s top investment destination, celebrates its independence, amidst economic and corruption challenges.

A small country in Western Africa, with a population of approximately 779,000 people. Equitorial Guinea gained independence from Spain on October 12, 1968. Like most African countries, the nation experienced political challenges resulting in a third of the …

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US$2.5BN WIND PLANT CONSTRUCTION MOVED FROM KENYA TO TANZANIA

US$2.5BN WIND PLANT CONSTRUCTION MOVED FROM KENYA TO TANZANIA

Swedish firm decides to move the 600mw wind power plant construction after kenya’s energy department cite lack of framework for renewable energy.

VR Holding AB which is a Swedish firm has decided to move the 600mw wind farm construction from Kenya to Tanzania because the Ministry of Energy turned down …

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AFRICA SET TO BE POWERED BY OFF-GRID SOLAR SYSTEM

AFRICA SET TO BE POWERED BY OFF-GRID SOLAR SYSTEM

Off-grid solar system to reach a capacity of 3000mw in Africa and Asia countries by 2022.

In the world now, solar is currently the fastest energy source and gradually making a major impact in Africa continents.

According to a report from International Energy Agency that in the next five years, …

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Kenya Airlines ranked number one in Africa

Kenya Airlines ranked number one in Africa

Kenyan airlines have just been awarded Africa’s leading airline award again

At the just concluded World travel awards held at an Africa Gala Ceremony in Kigali, Rwanda, the national carrier for Kenya, Kenya Airways was lauded as Africa’s leading airline. The flyer who is experiencing a U-turn after years of …

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GHANA’S CAPITAL SHAKES AS GAS STATION EXPLODED

GHANA’S CAPITAL SHAKES AS GAS STATION EXPLODED

Unknown number killed after explosion of two gas stations in Accra. The blast was heard, seen and felt across the city.

According to a government official, on Saturday a tanker carrying natural gas exploded at 7:20 p.m in a northern suburb of Accra. the explosion killed and wounded an unknown …

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ZIMBABWE TO COMPLETE DAM AFTER 105 YEARS WAIT

ZIMBABWE TO COMPLETE DAM AFTER 105 YEARS WAIT

The Gwayi-Shangani dam to be completed in two years, that will bring about socio-economic transformation after 105 years wait.

The Gwayi-Shangani Dam which is one of the national projects being undertaken under Zim-Asset is on the confluence of Gwayi and Shangani rivers, has been put on hold for so long …

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NUCLEAR DEAL TO BOOST SOUTH AFRICA’S DEBT

NUCLEAR DEAL TO BOOST SOUTH AFRICA’S DEBT

SAFCEI warns SA’s government on the the result of its planned nuclear deal.

South African president, Jacob Zuma and the Minister of Energy on Tuesday was warned by the Southern Africa Communities Environment Institute(Safcei) that it was worried that the country’s nuclear planned deal would trigger a rise in the …

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FIVE SA STARTUPS IN ACCENTURE INNOVATION AWARDS FINALISTS

FIVE SA STARTUPS IN ACCENTURE INNOVATION AWARDS FINALISTS

Five startup’s has proven their innovative practice by reaching the Accenture innovation finalist awards.

On October 17, the winners of the annual awards will be announced at the Accenture Innovation Conference in Johannesburg.

According to Accenture, “The Accenture Innovation Index creates a national benchmark for innovation in South Africa. We …

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AUSE LAUNCH 3D PRINTING CONSTRUCTION WORKSHOP

AUSE LAUNCH 3D PRINTING CONSTRUCTION WORKSHOP

AUSE launches a robotics and 3D printing construction workshop that will reduce unskilled labour by 50% in UAE.

American University of Sharjah Enterprises (AUSE) has announced its launched of a series of workshops exploring the role of robotics and 3D-printing in Sharjah’s construction sector.

The workshop was designed to enhance …

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NOBLE PRIZE FOR ANTI-NUCLEAR CAMPAIGN ORGANISATION,ICAN.

NOBLE PRIZE FOR ANTI-NUCLEAR CAMPAIGN ORGANISATION,ICAN.

ICAN has won an award for their effort in trying to make the world nuclear weapon free.

In Oslo, the 2017 Nobel prize was awarded to The International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear weapons (ICAN) for their decade-long campaign to rid the world of atomic bomb.

Berit Reiss-Andersen, chairman of the …

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