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  • Africa oil sector spills into civil war

    Africa oil sector spills into civil war

    by SAVIOUS KWINIKA  JOHANNESBURG – THREATENING to spill into a full-blown conflict, a war of words has broken out in the oil and energy sector. This is the aftermath of the relocat ...

  • 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 i ...

  • COMMENT / OPINION: Mozambique pays price for discovering oil

    COMMENT / OPINION: Mozambique pays price for discovering oil

    African View JOHANNESBURG - PAN Africa's largest news service provider, Centre for African Journalists (CAJ) News Africa, will never remain silent while Mozambique is burnt down or ...

  • 5IR fuels Africa’s biggest energy event

    5IR fuels Africa’s biggest energy event

    from TINTSWALO BALOYI in Johannesburg, South Africa JOHANNESBURG – THE largest ever energy event for Africa will kick off on October 20 to fuel six weeks of inspiring energy engage ...

Africa oil sector spills into civil war

Africa oil sector spills into civil war

by SAVIOUS KWINIKA  JOHANNESBURG – THREATENING to spill into a full-blown conflict, a war of words has broken out in the oil and energy sector. This is the aftermath of the reloca ...

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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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COMMENT / OPINION: Mozambique pays price for discovering oil

COMMENT / OPINION: Mozambique pays price for discovering oil

African View JOHANNESBURG - PAN Africa's largest news service provider, Centre for African Journalists (CAJ) News Africa, will never remain silent while Mozambique is burnt down o ...

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5IR fuels Africa’s biggest energy event

5IR fuels Africa’s biggest energy event

from TINTSWALO BALOYI in Johannesburg, South Africa JOHANNESBURG – THE largest ever energy event for Africa will kick off on October 20 to fuel six weeks of inspiring energy engag ...

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OPINION: High time SADC deployed military force in Mozambique

OPINION: High time SADC deployed military force in Mozambique

African View: by SAVIOUS KWINIKA JOHANNESBURG - AN injury to one being an injury to all, CAJ News Africa urgently calls upon the Southern African Development Community (SADC) regi ...

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Mauritius spill highlights crisis for ocean economies

Mauritius spill highlights crisis for ocean economies

from HANSLEY NABAB in Port Louis, Mauritius PORT LOUIS - THE oil spill afflicting Mauritius has brought to the fore the threat to small island nations’ vulnerable marine and ocean ...

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Minister’s axing linked to Mnangagwa alleged graft

Minister’s axing linked to Mnangagwa alleged graft

from MARCUS MUSHONGA in Harare, Zimbabwe HARARE - CRITICS believe the firing of Zimbabwe’s Energy minister is because of his investigation into corruption allegedly linking Presid ...

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Telcoms surpass oil as Nigeria’s biggest GDP contributor

Telcoms surpass oil as Nigeria’s biggest GDP contributor

from OKORO CHINEDU in Lagos, Nigeria LAGOS - ANALYSTS have identified the telecommunications sector as pivotal in diversifying Nigeria’s economy. This comes as the sector exceeded ...

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Angola needs to increase power to diversify economy

Angola needs to increase power to diversify economy

from PEDRO AGOSTO in Luanda, Angola LUANDA – ANGOLA must in the next five years ramp up its power transmission and distribution capacities if it is to attain its goal of industria ...

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Donors condemned for “colonial” approach to Africa

Donors condemned for “colonial” approach to Africa

from MARVIN KELLY in London, Britain LONDON - A UNITED Kingdom (UK) think tank has labelled the lack of electricity across most of Africa, "a human-rights disaster", saying it not ...

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