Daily Archives: June 3, 2019

Globeleq réalise le bouclage financier du premier projet solaire de FEI à une échelle d’utilitaire au Kenya

NAIROBI, Kenya, 3 juin 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Globeleq, un des leaders du secteur énergétique en Afrique, a réalisé le bouclage financier du projet solaire photovoltaïque (PV) de Malindi au Kenya, portant sur 40 MWCA en courant alternatif (52 MWp ou watts-crêtes) et Globeleq est en train de commencer la construction de la centrale. Ce projet de 69 millions de […]

Globeleq Reaches Financial Close on Kenya’s First Utility Scale IPP Solar Project

NAIROBI, Kenya, June 3, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Globeleq, a power sector leader in Africa, has reached financial close of the 40 MWAC (52 MW p) Malindi Solar photovoltaic (PV) project in Malindi, Kenya and is commencing construction of the plant. The US$69 million project is located in Langobaya, Malindi District, Kilifi County, about 120 kms north-east […]

UN Human Rights Chief deplores killings and detentions amid peaceful protests in Sudan

UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet on Monday strongly deplored the use of live ammunition in protest camps in Khartoum, which reportedly resulted in a number of people being killed and injured. Their leaders have also reportedly be…

UN Human Rights Chief deplores killings and detentions amid peaceful protests in Sudan

UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet on Monday strongly deplored the use of live ammunition in protest camps in Khartoum, which reportedly resulted in a number of people being killed and injured. Their leaders have also reportedly be…

UN Chief Condemns Killing of Protesters by Sudanese Security Forces

UNITED NATIONS/KHARTOUM United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has condemned a Monday attack by Sudanese security forces that broke up a protest site in Khartoum and killed or wounded dozens of people.”He condemns the use of force to dispers…

Sudan Security Stops Freedom of Press Protest

KHARTOUM Sudanese security forces halted a protest by journalists in Khartoum Sunday over authorities’ decision to shut down the local office of Al-Jazeera television.The shutdown came hours before troops opened fire in Khartoum clear a two-month sit-i…

Rights Groups Worried About Zimbabwe Crackdown Against Activists

HARARE Rights organizations in Zimbabwe are concerned about what they say is a crackdown against opposition activists by the government of President Emmerson Mnangagwa. They cite the recent arrest of seven activists who were detained when they returned…

Cameroon Government Denies Separatists Blew Up Lone Refinery

YAOUNDE, CAMEROON Cameroon has increased troops around its lone oil refinery, after a weekend explosion caused a shutdown of the facility. But the government denies separatist fighters were responsible and says there will be no shortages of petroleum p…