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UK seeking bigger trade ties with Africa

UK seeking bigger trade ties with Africa

from NICK WILSON in London, England LONDON - THE United Kingdom (UK) will abolish its policy on climate change, enhance investment in renewable energy and mobilise private sector ...

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Clean energy the obvious solution to Nigeria power woes

Clean energy the obvious solution to Nigeria power woes

from OKORO CHINEDU in Lagos, Nigeria LAGOS – EXPERTS have advised Nigeria to adopt clean energy to address power shortages and the absence of electrification in most rural areas i ...

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Nigerians’ top expectations for 2020 revealed

Nigerians’ top expectations for 2020 revealed

from EMEKA OKONKWO in Abuja, Nigeria ABUJA - A MAJORITY of citizens in Africa’s most populous country, Nigeria, expect improvements in the economy, job creation and energy supply ...

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Malawi harvests solar to address power shortfalls

Malawi harvests solar to address power shortfalls

from MAVHUTO BANDA in Lilongwe, Malawi LILONGWE - IN region battling its worst epileptic power supplies in recent years, Malawi has taken a lead in tapping to the vast sunshine in ...

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Load shedding mars SA mining sector prospects

Load shedding mars SA mining sector prospects

by TINTSWALO BALOYI  JOHANNESBURG - THE resumption power cuts, elevated operational costs and an uncertain policy environment as well as the unclear global growth outlook and flat ...

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South Africa firms adopt Cloud amid power cuts

South Africa firms adopt Cloud amid power cuts

by AKANI CHAUKE  JOHANNESBURG – SOUTH Africa’s recent load shedding spell, the worst in years, has added interest in Cloud services as local firms insulate themselves from the cou ...

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Chiredzi engages Tongaat to end water woes

Chiredzi engages Tongaat to end water woes

from WALTER MAFEKING in Chiredzi, Zimbabwe CHIREDZI, (CAJ News) - CHIREDZI Town Council is seeking electricity from the giant Hippo Valley Estates to power its water works. Town s ...

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SA power woes slow smart cities realisation

SA power woes slow smart cities realisation

from DION HENRICK in Cape Town CAPE TOWN - SMART cities are a reality in South Africa but the power supplies needs to be stable, an energy expert said. Barry Bredenkamp, General M ...

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MTN worst hit by rising battery theft

MTN worst hit by rising battery theft

by AKANI CHAUKE JOHANNESBURG - MTN has lost 125 batteries last week amid a surge in theft and vandalism at cell phone towers across the country. This is an increase from 74 batter ...

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Over R2 billion investments secured in Eastern Cape

Over R2 billion investments secured in Eastern Cape

from NJABULO MKHIZE in Port Elizabeth PORT ELIZABETH – SOUTH Africa’s foremost investment hotspot for exporting companies has signed funding worth R2,6 billion (US$187,27 million) ...

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