Econet Wireless Zimbabwe today launched the first industrial solar plant in the country at its Willowvale complex in Harare, as the company moves towards clean and reliable energy.
Power outages are frequent and random in Nigeria. To solve this problem, a university in Nigeria has built an organic waste power-generating plant to provide electricity to the whole university.
The recent escalation in the number of Ebola virus disease (EVD) cases continues in the North Kivu provinces of the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
Rural communities in South Africa, which make up 40% of the population, face immense difficulties in accessing adequate healthcare, according to a report titled Protecting Rural Healthcare in Times
Cabinda — The German Ambassador to Angola, Dirk Lolk said Tuesday in northern Cabinda province that Germany will strengthen cooperation with Angola in the renewable energy sector.
Kampala — The government has warned of impending famine in most parts of the country, cautioning traders to limit food exports and families to start food rationing.
The Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) of the United Nations announced on Tuesday that Nigeria and 14 other ECOWAS members are to benefit from an $8 million five-year forest protection project
While Nigeria is still struggling with recent reports that ranked the country 6th among miserable people in the world, the country has again, scored another negative point with regards to its alrea
The Somali Health and Nutrition (SHINE) programme comes at a critical point in Somalia's history with the aim of improving the health and nutrition status of Somalis, with a particular focus on wom
HUMAN life depends on availability of clean and safe water. United Nations (UN), water requirements per person range from 20 to 50 decent litres per day.
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