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Power and water cuts hit Libya

Cuts to Tripoli’s water and power supply aggravated conditions for civilians after days of fighting undermined preparations to cope with the novel coronavirus. Nader Mohamed,...

First independent power project in Mali

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Mali's first independent power project - a 122 million euro ($139.06 million), 90-megawatt diesel plant - will go online next week in...

Eskom power station hit by protests

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South African power utility Eskom said one coal-fired unit at its Arnot power station was not working but denied trade union claims...

New power stations opened as part of Egyptian investment drive

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Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi opened three new power stations built at a cost of six billion euros ($7 billion) as part...

No power sharing in Kenya – Odinga

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Kenya opposition leader Raila Odinga said his coalition will not share power, two days after the Supreme Court annulled last month's presidential...

Ivory Coast to open up stretched power sector

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Ivory Coast's government adopted a set of power sector decrees on Wednesday meant to open up competition and address shortfalls in the...

Power restored in Zimbabwe

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Zimbabwe suffered a power blackout in most parts of the country for more than two hours on Friday due to a "system...

Denel aims for better energy efficiency and less water use

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As a major user of both power and water in all its various production and manufacturing processes, the Denel Group has identified...

Mugabe wins party vote but challenged by age, ill

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Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe was endorsed again by his party to stand for elections expected next year, but analysts say even for...

Yemeni opposition doubts Saleh pledge to quit soon

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Yemeni officials rowed back from President Ali Abdullah Saleh's statement that he would step down within "the coming days," and opponents dismissed...

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Communicate don’t abrogate!

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The senior officer cadre of the SA National Defence Force (SANDF) communications component, officially the Directorate: Corporate Communication (DCC), employed a barely plausible excuse...