Monday, 26th September 2022


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UN's Global Africa Business Initiative to spur the continent's sustainable growth

Zeb Nickel has found the presence of anomalously high gold mineralisation on the Zebediela Project in Limpopo South Africa.

It said gold mineralisation on the project is related to the Pietersburg Greenstone Belt, which hosts the historical Eersteling Gold Mine.

The presence of gold mineralisation on both the northern and southern portions of the…

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DRC fishermen turn to tourism as stocks decline

Basket fishing was once the lifeblood of the Wagenya community in northeastern DRC. But fish numbers in the mighty Congo river have dwindled in recent years, and the fishermen see little help from the government.

Many hope that tourism can help to fill the gap in earnings.

"Our works of art give value to the city of Kisangani, you should visit the…

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Fuel prices hit record high as subsidy removed in Kenya

Fuel prices have risen once again in Kenya after the government partially removed subsidies that cushioned consumers from the global hike in oil prices.

The energy regulator said late on Wednesday night that it had removed the subsidy for super petrol while retaining a smaller subsidy for diesel and kerosene.

At the new prices, super petrol –…

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Senegalese SMEs go digital to increase productivity

The Senegalese Agency for the Development and Support of Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (ADEPME) has just announced the launch of its "Employment, Economic Transformation and Recovery" program, known as "ETER", which aims to promote the digital transformation of SMEs.

Financed to the tune of 24 million USD by the World Bank over a period of 4…

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Undersea power cable to connect Egypt to Europe via Greece

How can Europe manage to secure abundant and cheaper electricity? 

One of the most ambitious projects in the planning is the interconnection of Europe with Egypt via Greece.

An undersea cable that will carry 3,000 MW RES electricity and connect northern Egypt directly to Attica in Greece.  

The project has been undertaken by the Copelouzos Group,…

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South Africa: justice confirms seismic exploration ban for Shell

The South African justice confirmed on Thursday the ban on the hydrocarbon giant Shell from carrying out seismic exploration off the tourist "Wild Coast" (east), reaffirming an unprecedented victory for locals and environmentalists who feared serious disruptions for the marine fauna.

The project had already been suspended by the courts in December,…

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