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4th July 2019
 Ghana government approves US$290mn for 14 road projects Ghana government approves US$290mn for 14 road projects

Ghana government has approved a multi-year funding of more than US$290mn for the construction of 14 road projects across the country over the medium term

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 TOMRA XRT sorting technology discovers 1,758 carat diamond in Botswana TOMRA XRT sorting technology discovers 1,758 carat diamond in Botswana

TOMRA Sorting technology has helped to discover one of the largest diamonds in history - an unbroken 1,758 carat stone at Karowe Mine in Botswana.

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 Reasons to discover the all-new MB drum cutters SPONSOREDReasons to discover the all-new MB drum cutters

With 20 years' experience in building innovative crusher buckets and screening buckets, Italian manufacturer MB Crusher has created a new concept of hydraulic drum cutter

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 Kodal Minerals’ Bougouni exploration drilling shows potential Kodal Minerals' Bougouni exploration drilling shows potential

Kodal Minerals PLC said that its exploration drilling at the Bougouni lithium project in southern Mali highlights the potential of the project, which is split into two concessions such as Marigo and Mafele

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 Central African countries prepare free trade product categorisation Central African countries prepare free trade product categorisation

Central African countries were recently urged to align their external trade data classification system, with the 2017 World Customs Organization's Harmonised System (HS17) for identifying products which will be categorised as 'free,' 'sensitive' and 'excluded' within the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) regime

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 Corporate education set to drive Botswana’s economy Corporate education set to drive Botswana's economy

Botswana economy is moving from resources to knowledge with a common emphasis on human-machine collaborations, high skill levels and information

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 Africa Energy Forum team wins ‘Organiser of the Year’ for Mauritius edition Africa Energy Forum team wins 'Organiser of the Year' for Mauritius edition

EnergyNet has received the 'Organiser of the Year' award from Association of Event Organisers (AEO) for the Africa Energy Forum (AEF) 2018 in Mauritius

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 Germany continues support for Namibia’s economic development Germany continues support for Namibia's economic development

Calle Schlettwein, minister of finance of the Republic of Namibia, and Christian Schlaga, ambassador of the Federal Republic of Germany have signed a financial cooperation agreement on interest-subsidised loans between Germany and Namibia

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 ECA supports Chad to flesh-out AfCFTA strategy ECA supports Chad to flesh-out AfCFTA strategy

The UN Economic Commission for Africa (ECA) has announced its support to Chad to flesh-out African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) strategy

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 Mauritius Ports Authority and Abu Dhabi Ports to boost Indian Ocean maritime sector Mauritius Ports Authority and Abu Dhabi Ports to boost Indian Ocean maritime sector

Mauritius Ports Authority (MPA) and Abu Dhabi Ports have signed an agreement to enhance the maritime sector across the Indian Ocean, from port infrastructure and security to protecting the environment and driving the cruise industry

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Uninterrupted power for Nigerian students − the METKA West Africa project Uninterrupted power for Nigerian students − the METKA West Africa project

Access to constant power supply in educational institutions and healthcare facilities in Nigeria has been identified as a major challenge and barrier to effective learning, institutional operations, students' residency and access to quality healthcare. The full article has been published in the latest issue of African Review

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Power quality in one complete package Power quality in one complete package

FG Wilson partnered with Master Power Technologies to provide critical power solutions to data centres across Africa. The full article has been published in the latest issue of Communications Africa.

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 Smart farming with ‘AI at the edge’ Smart farming with 'AI at the edge'

Cambridge Consultants has announced to bring artificial intelligence (AI) to the edge of the network, using low-cost, low-power devices to perform complex machine learning tasks

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