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  • Angola works towards a green economy

    Angola works towards a green economy

    from PEDRO AGOSTO in Luanda, Angola LUANDA - THE United Kingdom UK) is supporting Angola's transition to a green economy. Laurence Robertson, the Prime Minister’s Trade Envoy to An ...

  • 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 ...

  • Oil and gas prospects spur interest on Zimbabwe

    Oil and gas prospects spur interest on Zimbabwe

    from DANAI MWARUMBWA in Harare, Zimbabwe HARARE - ZIMBABWE has been identified as the solution to a key driver of Africa’s energy transition following strong indications of oil and ...

Ramaphosa outlines SA power generation plans

Ramaphosa outlines SA power generation plans

by SAVIOUS KWINIKA  JOHANNESBURG – SOUTH Africa anticipates the addition of 11 800 megawatts (MW) of power to its unstable grid. President Cyril Ramaphosa disclosed this on Monday ...

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Zambezi authority assesses power generation scheme

Zambezi authority assesses power generation scheme

from ARNOLD MULENGA in Lusaka, Zambia LUSAKA – AUTHORITIES from Zambia and Zimbabwe are to meet, virtually, on Wednesday (today) to assess progress on the implementation of a key ...

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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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Sasol consults workers on retrenchments

Sasol consults workers on retrenchments

by GENEVIEVE KGAFE  VANDERBIJLPARK - SASOL, the integrated energy and chemical company, is reviewing its business as it grapples high debt levels, falling oil and chemical prices ...

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Namibia diversifies energy mix to boost supplies

Namibia diversifies energy mix to boost supplies

from ALFRED SHILONGO in Windhoek, Namibia WINDHOEK - NAMIBIA’S energy future looks bright following government’s increased focus on renewables as well as an expanding participatio ...

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Zambia surplus energy supplies to uplift SADC

Zambia surplus energy supplies to uplift SADC

from ARNOLD MULENGA in Kanyemba, Zambia KANYEMBA – IN a continent synonymous with constant power cuts, Zambia has emerged a leading light, literally, in power generation. Signific ...

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MTN hails prosecution of battery thieves

MTN hails prosecution of battery thieves

by SAVIOUS KWINIKA JOHANNESBURG - MTN South Africa has welcomed the sentencing of some culprits behind the menace of battery theft. Sentences of between five and ten years have be ...

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Anger over Lesotho project to supply water to SA

Anger over Lesotho project to supply water to SA

from TSOANELO MOKHAHLANE in Maseru, Lesotho MASERU – THE construction of a Lesotho dam to supply water to South Africa has lurched into crisis after it emerged nearly 8 000 people ...

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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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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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