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DRC has enormous renewable energy potential-report

DRC has enormous renewable energy potential-report

The Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) has a great potential for renewable energy to help  cater for its electricity needs a new report has...
Tanga Cement announces net loss amid stiff competition

Tanga Cement announces net loss amid stiff competition

A major cement maker in Tanzania Tanga Cement has announced a half year net loss and consequently declared no dividend to shareholders, Daily News...
renewable energy sources

Renewable energy sources gain traction globally- IEA

The resurgence in oil and gas production from the United States, deep declines in the cost of renewable energy sources and growing electrification are...
Switching to solar can be a major boon to poor countries-study

Switching to solar can be a major boon to poor countries-study

Homes in countries such as Kenya, Ethiopia and Bangladesh could save $10 per month by switching to solar-powered lighting from kerosene-powered lamps, a new...
Mining industry in South Africa shows recovery signs-PwC

Mining industry in South Africa shows recovery signs-PwC

The Mining industry in South Africa is showing signs of recovery for the first time in five years a new report by PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC)...
Poor African settlements make effects of climate change worse-study

Poor African settlements make effects of climate change worse-study

Adapted from the John Hopkins University Crowded urban settlements in Africa make the effects of climate change worse, pushing temperatures to levels dangerous for children...
Zimbabwe has lowest rentals in sub-Saharan Africa-report

Zimbabwe has lowest rentals in sub-Saharan Africa-report

Zimbabwe has the lowest rentals in sub-Saharan Africa, a report by international property firm Knight Frank has shown. The 2017 Africa report attributes the problem...
African cities face major housing challenge-report

African cities face major housing challenge-report

Housing challenge in Africa continues to be a never ending nightmare thanks to  sprawling urban centres due to rapid population growth, a recent report...
South Africans prefer flats to townhouses-Statistics SA

South Africans prefer flats to townhouses-Statistics SA

Majority of South Africans prefer living in flats to townhouses, latest survey by Statistics SA has shown. The survey aimed at also establishing where the...
Firms lose over 5 percent of annual revenues to fraud-Deloitte

Firms lose over 5 percent of annual revenues to fraud-Deloitte

The South African economy remains mired in political uncertainty, policy shifts and a lack of any real growth. Fraud and Corruption is dominating headlines almost...
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