[Guardian] Abuja -A non-governemental Organization, Solar Sister Nigeria, has called on women to be at the forefront of driving clean and sustainable energy access in Nigeria.
[Daily Trust] Lagos -The Lagos State government plans to distribute tetanus toxoid to all women of child-bearing-age as part of measures to reduce child and maternal related deaths in the state.
[Zimbabwe Standard] Many people in urban areas are shifting to alternative energy sources such as solar and generators as the power cuts intensify.
[SA Info]The first house in South Africa got electricity in 1890; by 1996, 5-million homes were connected to the grid.
[SA Info]New York Stock Exchange-listed Chinese company Jinko Solar, the fourth-largest solar PV manufacturer in the world, unveiled an R80-million solar photovoltaic (PV) module manufacturing plant in Cape Town on Tuesday.
[EA Business]Kampala, Uganda -They are known for their first innovation, the Electric Vehicle (Kiira EV) that was successfully launched a year ago and the Kayoola Electric Solar Bus, which they intend to launch soon among other reasons.