Daily Archives: March 26, 2019

BP partners with Algeria’s National Paralympic Team

ALGIERS, Algeria, March 26, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — BP Algeria announced today it has signed an agreement with the Algerian National Paralympic Committee (ANPC) to become its top-level partner and the official oil and gas and energy partner through to the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games, furthering its long-running association with the Paralympic Movement. A signing […]

African Government Leaders to Discuss Emerging Hemp Industry at InterCannAlliance Symposium

VICTORIA FALLS, Zimbabwe, March 26, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — New Frontier Data, the authority in data analytics and business intelligence on the global cannabis industry, will hold Africa’s premier hemp and cannabis conference, The InterCannAlliance (ICA) Africa Symposium, in May 2019 in Victoria Falls. New Frontier Data recently presented preliminary findings to the Zimbabwean government while working […]

Cyclone Idai Has Caused an “Inland Ocean” in Mozambique the Size of Luxembourg

An inland ocean the size of Luxembourg has devastated a massive swath of Mozambique. When Cyclone Idai hit the country last week, it brought heavy winds, massive rains in what has been called the worst storm ever to strike that region of Africa.Satelli…

WFP Chief Heading to Mozambique to Assess Cyclone Devastation

U.N. World Food Program Director David Beasley is traveling to Mozambique Tuesday to draw attention to the devastation caused by the cyclone that recently struck the area of Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Malawi in the southeastern part of Africa.The trip co…

WFP Chief Heading to Mozambique to Assess Cyclone Devastation

U.N. World Food Program Director David Beasley is traveling to Mozambique Tuesday to draw attention to the devastation caused by the cyclone that recently struck the area of Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Malawi in the southeastern part of Africa.The trip co…

Rescuers hope to reach more cyclone victims as roads reopen in Mozambique

BEIRA (Mozambique), Rescuers said they hope to reach hundreds of people still stranded more than a week after a powerful cyclone struck Mozambique and swathes of southeast Africa, as roads started to reopen.Cyclone Idai lashed Mozambique’s port city o…