Articles By: Habari

Carnegie Mellon University in Rwanda Graduates Its First Class

KIGALI- Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) in Rwanda (http://www.cmu.edu) is proud to announce that its first class in Africa graduated on 24 July, 2014. The ceremony, which took place at the Serena Hotel in Kigali, Rwanda, awarded 22 students with master’s degrees in information technology (IT). The graduation underscores Carnegie Mellon University and the Government of Rwanda’s commitment to educating engineers […]

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Deputy Chief of Mission of Japan in Tanzania, Mr. Kazuyoshi Matsunaga, joins in an entertaining performances/File picture

Tanzania Gets New Assistance From Japan to Enhance Power Distribution

 Dar es Salaam: On 24th  July, 2014, the Government of Japan and the Government of the United Republic of Tanzania signed Exchange of Notes for the Japanese Grant Projects “The Project for Reinforcement of Power Distribution in Dar es Salaam” and “The Project for improvement of Tazara Intersection”.   The Government of Japan provided an additional grant of up to four billion […]

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Orange and Emmaüs International launch their 5th African mobile telephone recycling facility in Abidjan

Orange and Emmaüs International launch their 5th African mobile telephone recycling facility in Abidjan

ABIDJAN, Côte d’Ivoire– The fifth mobile collection facility was inaugurated today in Abidjan, the Côte d’Ivoire, in the presence of the Ivoirian Minister for the Environment, Urban Cleanliness and Sustainable Development, Mr Kouadio Remi ALLA and the CEO of the Orange Côte d’Ivoire Télécom group  represented by Mr Joseph PITAH, Director of Networks and Information Systems. To mark the event, […]

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Malawi: The Past, Present and Future

Malawi: The Past, Present and Future

By H.E.Peter Mutharika, President of Malawi   On 6th July, 1964 Malawi got its independence from Britain, signaling a new era for Malawi. This is an important day for all Malawians because we are celebrating that we have not only attained 50 years of independence but also 50 years of peace, stability, progress and prosperity. It is a day when, as […]

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Chris Bredenhann, PwC Africa Oil & Gas Advisory Leader

Africa’s oil & gas sector continues to show substantial growth, despite regulatory uncertainty and corruption-PwC Review

PwC’s ‘Africa oil & gas review’ analyses what has happened in the last 12 months in the oil & gas industry within the major African markets   JOHANNESBURG, South-Africa, July 23, 2014/ – The challenges facing oil & gas companies operating in Africa continue to be diverse and numerous fuelled by fraud, corruption, theft, poor infrastructure and a lack of skilled resources, among […]

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