Daily Archives: November 14, 2019

Vanu a été sélectionné par MTN Group pour fournir des systèmes de communications mobiles OpenRAN aux communautés hors réseau à travers l’Afrique

Plus de 5 000 sites dans 21 pays devraient être déployés   LEXINGTON, Massachusetts et LE CAP, Afrique du Sud, 14 novembre 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Vanu, Inc., un fournisseur d’équipements, d’outils et de services qui permettent aux opérateurs de réseaux mobiles de réaliser des profits en servant les collectivités hors réseau, a annoncé aujourd’hui avoir été choisi […]

UN-Habitat and partners hold dialogue on migration and development in cities hosting refugees

In cooperation with the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD), IOM and other partners, UN-Habitat recently hosted the first East African Regional Dialogue on Migration and Development in Refugee Hosting Cities from 22nd to 23rd of October in Entebbe, Uganda. The two-day dialogue provided a platform for exchange between a diverse group of

Malawi Clinic’s Safe Births Record Rivals Rich Countries – Here’s Why

LILONGWE, MALAWI – The founder of a Malawian maternity clinic for poor women says it has set a record safely delivering more than 8,000 babies. For her efforts improving access to safe childbirth, Charity Salima has even won a prestigious British awar…

In Uganda, Dissidents Adapt to Evade Huawei Assisted Government Spying

WASHINGTON – On Aug. 13, 2018, Bobi Wine was in campaign mode.The popular musician-turned-parliamentarian was attending a rally for Kassiano Wadri, a politician from Uganda’s Arua region, in the north of the country.There, Wine says, government forces …

South Sudan Villagers Relocated After Oil Leak

JUBA – More than 2,000 South Sudanese villagers reportedly have been relocated following an oil spill in a remote part of Northern Liech state.Gatkouth Ruach says he and other villagers were moved to a different part of the state after a pipeline burst…

Sudan Looks to Pyramids to Attract Tourism, Hard Currency

MEROE, SUDAN – Portuguese architect Tania Monteiro and her husband are almost alone as they tour Sudan’s pyramids, a world-class attraction long neglected by the world.People are really, really nice, always very welcoming, Monteiro said on a recent vis…

Sudan Looks to Pyramids to Attract Tourism, Hard Currency

MEROE, SUDAN – Portuguese architect Tania Monteiro and her husband are almost alone as they tour Sudan’s pyramids, a world-class attraction long neglected by the world.People are really, really nice, always very welcoming, Monteiro said on a recent vis…

Zimbabwe central bank will not allow miners to keep all forex earnings

HARARE, Zimbabwe will not grant mining companies’ request to keep all their export earnings in foreign currencies, central bank governor John Mangudya said, adding that the government needs some of the money to fund crucial imports.Mining firms have as…

Zimbabwe bans new electric water heaters to save energy

HARARE, Zimbabwe is banning the installation of new electric water heaters in a bid to save power, energy regulations published on Wednesday showed, at a time when the country is enduring rolling blackouts lasting up to 18 hours a day.Power cuts have b…