Durban ready to manage COP17 traffic

Durban - Transport authorities are confident that there will be no unnecessary traffic delays or problems during the upcoming COP17. With almost 25 000 people...

Localised climate data for African villages

African cities and villages will soon have access to detailed data on how climate change may affect them until the next century. The data could...

UN Secretary-General urges concerted effort to achieve ‘sustainable energy for all’

 This year’s commemoration of Africa Industrialization Day shines a spotlight on the challenge of “Sustainable Energy for Accelerated Industrial Development”. Approximately 600 million people in...

South Africa and Democratic Republic of Congo in major energy deal

South Africa and the Democratic Republic of Congo are to sign a major hydropower project at the weekend which officials say will benefit both...

$500m fund for African infrastructure

The African Infrastructure Investment Fund 2, which focuses on infrastructure equity investments in sub-Saharan Africa, has announced its final close with commitments of US$500-million...

Q&A: Is Africa on the brink of a networked society?

Ericsson held a media briefing today 12 October 2011, to discuss  key findings in the ‘global economic impact of increased broadband speeds’ research report. Mobile data...

Djibouti: Solar Powered Community Stations Now Open

Doraleh, Djibouti / Dubai, United Arab Emirates: DP World's programme to develop health and educational capacity along transport corridors in Africa has taken another...

Zambia: Improving access to ICTs for development

This policy brief, published by Panos London, examines Zambia's successes and limitations in using information and communication technologies (ICTs) for development, and suggests how...

Sierra Leone to Host 2012 CTO Rural Connectivity Forum

Freetown — Sierra Leone has been unanimously nominated by 20 Commonwealth African countries to host the 2012 Commonwealth Telecommunications Organisation (CTO) Rural Connectivity Forum....

Google & World Bank partner to support Sudan

Google and the World Bank have joined hands towards supporting development in the war ravaged South Sudan with Diaspora-driven Mapathon. Following many years of civil...

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