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  • Power outages engulf Zimbabwe

    Power outages engulf Zimbabwe

    from DANIEL JONES in Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe VICTORIA FALLS - LOAD shedding has returned to haunt Zimbabwe amid ageing power plants at thermal power stations. For the past month, ...

  • Low water won’t affect Zambia, Zim power generation

    Low water won’t affect Zambia, Zim power generation

    from DANIEL JONES in Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe VICTORIA FALLS - AUTHORITIES managing the Kariba Dam and the Zambezi River have assured of sufficient water for power generation for b ...

  • Namibia’s touted as next global oil supplier

    Namibia’s touted as next global oil supplier

    from ALFRED SHILONGO in Windhoek, Namibia WINDHOEK - NAMIBIA is accelerating international participation in its oil industry and positioning itself as an emerging energy competitor ...

  • Chinese firm pledges to end Zimbabwe’s energy woes

    Chinese firm pledges to end Zimbabwe’s energy woes

    from DANIEL JONES in Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe VICTORIA FALLS - A CHINESE company will resume electricity generation in September, thereby ending the monopoly by the state-owned Zim ...

Power outages engulf Zimbabwe

Power outages engulf Zimbabwe

from DANIEL JONES in Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe VICTORIA FALLS - LOAD shedding has returned to haunt Zimbabwe amid ageing power plants at thermal power stations. For the past month, ...

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Low water won’t affect Zambia, Zim power generation

Low water won’t affect Zambia, Zim power generation

from DANIEL JONES in Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe VICTORIA FALLS - AUTHORITIES managing the Kariba Dam and the Zambezi River have assured of sufficient water for power generation for ...

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Namibia’s touted as next global oil supplier

Namibia’s touted as next global oil supplier

from ALFRED SHILONGO in Windhoek, Namibia WINDHOEK - NAMIBIA is accelerating international participation in its oil industry and positioning itself as an emerging energy competito ...

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Chinese firm pledges to end Zimbabwe’s energy woes

Chinese firm pledges to end Zimbabwe’s energy woes

from DANIEL JONES in Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe VICTORIA FALLS - A CHINESE company will resume electricity generation in September, thereby ending the monopoly by the state-owned Zi ...

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Zimbabwe on the cusp of global energy dominance

Zimbabwe on the cusp of global energy dominance

from DANAI MWARUMBA in Harare, Zimbabwe HARARE – ENDOWED with vast coal deposits and the largest lithium deposits in Africa, Zimbabwe is earmarked to address power supply challeng ...

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Global energy poverty tackled via the Cloud

Global energy poverty tackled via the Cloud

from MARIA MACHARIA in Nairobi, Kenya NAIROBI - THE leading next-generation clean energy and utility provider in developing countries has adopted Cloud technology in its drive to ...

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Power woes overshadow SA’s COVID-19 vaccination rollout

Power woes overshadow SA’s COVID-19 vaccination rollout

by AKANI CHAUKE JOHANNESBURG – COINCIDENTALLY, power woes are back to haunt South Africa at a time the continent’s most advanced economy, and worst afflicted by the coronavirus (C ...

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A story to be read with the lights off

A story to be read with the lights off

Millions across Africa live without access to the grid. A businessman from Nairobi has a plan to change that, but first he wants you to turn off the lights. from HUMPHREY KARIUKI ...

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Call for global intervention in Mozambique terror

Call for global intervention in Mozambique terror

by SAVIOUS KWINIKA JOHANNESBURG – AN energy executive has called for urgent international support for Mozambique to combat terror in the northern Cabo Delgado region. The call by ...

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R45 billion to tackle South Africa’s energy woes

R45 billion to tackle South Africa’s energy woes

by TINTSWALO BALOYI JOHANNESBURG – A multibillion-rand investment by the private sector is set to ease South Africa’s energy crisis from August next year. That is according to Pre ...

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