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Nuclear energy in Africa

Nuclear energy in Africa Many parts of sub-saharan Africa have limited access to power. An estimated 57% of the sub-saharan African population does not have access to electricity. As such, some African countries, such as Kenya, are considering nuclear power as a means...

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Cape Town Airport gets a revamp

Cape Town Airport gets a revamp Cape Town, South Africa’s airport is getting a massive facelift as a result of the influx of passengers and flights to the city. It is no surprise that Cape Town’s airport is receiving a massive upgrade. The company was named Africa’s...

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African Free Trade Agreement in the Works

Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari has agreed to sign a $3-trillion African free trade agreement, Africa’s signature policy reform of 2018. Initially, Nigeria refused the agreement for a continental free trade area (CFTA), saying that they wish to defend their own...

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Biomass in Africa

Biomass, which is organic matter used as a fuel, especially in a power station for the generation of electricity, is being harnessed all around the world. It’s popularity is due to it being a renewable, carbon neutral and potentially cost effective power source. In...

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Fowzia Khan

Fowzia Khan

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