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Molefe optimistic at continent’s energy potential

Molefe optimistic at continent’s energy potential

CAPE TOWN, (CAJ News) - BRIAN Molefe, the Acting Chief Executive Officer of Eskom, is upbeat at the energy opportunities that exist in the continent, saying these could be realise ...

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Kenya seeks funds to grow power sector

Kenya seeks funds to grow power sector

  NAIROBI - KENYA requires $2 billion (Sh182,5 billion) to generate an additional 5 000 megawatts of electricity in two years. The government would start initiating a proposed 960 ...

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Progress attained at Kenya oil project

Progress attained at Kenya oil project

  NAIROBI - TOWER Resources, the oil and gas exploration company, welcomed the progress recorded in its operation in Kenya. “The spudding of the Badada-1 well marks an important m ...

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SA power supply still constrained

SA power supply still constrained

  JOHANNESBURG - ESKOM, the South African power utility, said the power system is expected to be constrained for the foreseeable future. As many industries reopen today after ...

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Kenya receives credit boost for Mwache Dam

Kenya receives credit boost for Mwache Dam

NAIROBI - THE World Bank Group’s Board of Executive Directors has approved a US$200 million International Development Association (IDA) credit to Kenya to finance the multipurpose ...

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Key sectors struggle under Ghana power crisis

Key sectors struggle under Ghana power crisis

ACCRA - GHANA’S power crisis is threatening the country’s economic backbone consisting of the processing, manufacturing and mining industries, a senior official has said. Electric ...

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Tullow Oil local projects progressing well

Tullow Oil local projects progressing well

from MARIA MACHARIA in Nairobi, Kenya NAIROBI - TULLOW Oil, the independent oil and gas exploration and production group, reported success of its projects in Kenya. "Exploration i ...

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