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Five World’s Most Unique Sports Structures

Five World's Most Unique Sports Structures
Football is the world's most popular sport. That's why everything connected with football comes under intense scrutiny: match results, players' salaries, and, of course, stadiums. Tens of thousands of people visit these sporting venues every week, and some stadiums aren't just memorable for football...

Industries that you should keep an eye on in South Africa

Industries That You Should Keep an Eye on In South Africa
South Africa has a few fast-growing industries. It has a diverse economy and is quickly becoming self-sufficient. A few industries have been growing at exceptional speeds in the recent past. Here are a few of them.   1.     Mining Africa has about 30 percent of all minerals...

How Do I Check Services Before Digging?

Every work concerning your establishment should be planned carefully. If you need to construct a new building in a different location, there are some factors to keep in mind. Before you start breaking the ground, you must ensure to check services that could be buried...

THE MOST FAMOUS AND MAGNIFICENT CASINO BUILDINGS IN THE WORLD

Most of the famous casino buildings are monumental, richly decorated buildings with imposing facades. The most impressive casino buildings are covered in gold and look like magnificent Palaces or luxury resorts. Let’s take a look at the architecture of the four famous world casinos. Each of...

Greatest Football Stadiums in the World

Football has always been a very popular sport all over the world with several fans spread all through the globe rooting for their favourite club, team, player and so on. But, with the massive number of tournaments that this sport conducts all over the year,...

7 most hazardous construction materials you need to know

7 most hazardous construction materials you need to know
Before starting a construction project it is important to be aware of hazardous construction materials that could negatively affect your health. Some of the toxic construction materials have been banned, but are still in use. We look at the 7 most toxic construction materials you...

Solar and wind power could break the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam deadlock

Solar and wind power could break the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam deadlock
Sebastian Sterl, Vrije Universiteit Brussel For several years, political tensions between Ethiopia, Sudan and Egypt have been escalating in a conflict over the near-complete Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD). The GERD is Africa’s largest hydropower plant. It dams the Blue Nile river coming from Ethiopia’s highlands...

Is there a growing demand for buildings that host internet servers?

Is there a growing demand for buildings that host internet servers?
According to recent reports, Kenya is one of the most poorly connected countries on the planet. In 2019, it was found that only 22.6 per cent of the population was online. This is a figure that is beaten by both Tanzania with 25 per...

The effects of the global energy transition in Africa: Disruption and opportunity

The effects of the global energy transition in Africa: Disruption and opportunity
Leo Holtz and Chris Heitzig, According to a recent World Bank publication, “Africa’s Resource Export Opportunities and the Global Energy Transition,” the world’s shift toward renewable energy and clean energy technologies will provoke a precipitous reduction in global demand for hydrocarbon fossil fuels, such as coal, oil, and natural...

Floating solar panels on 1% of reservoirs ‘could double’ Africa’s hydropower capacity

Josh Gabbatiss, Author, Carbon Brief Floating solar could be a valuable tool to help African nations expand their power infrastructure sustainably, according to a new study and an energy expert. If panels covered 1% of reservoirs, this alone could double African hydropower capacity and...

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