Daily Archives: July 21, 2020

Le premier projet de mini-réseau de sous-réseau commercial du Nigeria alimente efficacement la communauté de Mokoloki

MOKOLOKI, Nigeria, 21 juillet 2020 /PRNewswire/ — RMI, IBEDC et Nayo Tech, avec l’appui de la Nigerian Rural Electrification Agency (REA), ont uni leurs forces en vue d’accélérer le déploiement commercial de la technologie de mini-réseau de sous-réseau. Le projet Mokoloki présente un modèle stratégique financièrement viable qui pourrait offrir un accès à l’électricité à […]

Mozambique: Health Authorities Announce Another Covid-19 Death

Maputo — The Mozambican health authorities on Monday announced a further death from the Covid-10 respiratory disease, bringing the number of deaths since the start of the pandemic to eleven. Speaking at a Maputo press conference, the deputy national director of public health, Benigna Matsinhe, said the victim was a 26 year old Mozambican woman

Mozambique: Health Authorities Announce Another Covid-19 Death

Maputo — The Mozambican health authorities on Monday announced a further death from the Covid-10 respiratory disease, bringing the number of deaths since the start of the pandemic to eleven. Speaking at a Maputo press conference, the deputy national director of public health, Benigna Matsinhe, said the victim was a 26 year old Mozambican woman

Mozambique: Minibus Drivers On Strike in Matola

Maputo — Minibus drivers in the southern Mozambican city of Matola went on strike on Monday in protest against the authorities’ crackdown against overloading. The drivers claim that, unless they overload their vehicles, the activity is not sustainable and they cannot provide the owners of the minibuses with the daily revenue that they demand. The

Mozambique: Kidnappers Using Accounts Abroad, Say Police

Maputo — The gangs kidnapping business people in Mozambique have recently demanded that the families of their victims deposit the ransom demanded in bank accounts abroad, and this is helping run down Mozambique reserves of foreign currency, according to the General Commander of the Mozambican police, Bernadino Rafael, cited in Tuesday’s issue of the Maputo

Mozambique: EU Announces Humanitarian Aid

Maputo — The European Union has announced 14.6 million euros (about 16.7 million US dollars) in humanitarian aid for Mozambique. An EU press release says that, of this sum, five million euros is intended to support people affected by the terrorist violence in the northern province of Cabo Delgado. The rest is to help Mozambique