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Technology Entrepreneur Rebecca Enonchong To Drive Energy Transition, ESG Dialogue At AEW 2022

AfricaDotcom  

Named as one of the 100 Most Influential Africans in Science, Tech & Innovation, Rebecca Enonchong is driving the technology of the future in Africa

Dripping with hope

Design Indaba  

A Tunisian startup has designed a machine that can create drinkable water from thin air

How Automation Technology Is Set To Redefine The Finance Industry

AfricaDotcom  

The financial services sector is the recipient of dramatic digital transformation.

Pen to paper

Design Indaba  

Literature is one of the best ways to connect to each other and ourselves, says this Design Indaba Emerging Creative for 2022

Government defends its decision to end Zimbabwean permits

This Is Africa  

South Africa's Home Affairs files opposing affidavit in ZEP case brought by the Helen Suzman Foundation

Groundwork

Design Indaba  

Madikwe-based lodge Molori Safari collaborated with South African artists to turn their masterpieces into designer rugs

Cartoon | Angola braces for tight and tense election

This Is Africa  

Angolans go to the polls on 24 August to vote in parliamentary elections in what is expected to be the closest election.

Africa: Africa Must Learn From Covid-19 to Prepare for Future Pandemics - Health Minister

allAfrica  

[SAnews.gov.za] Africa continuously needs to reassess its public health approach and use lessons learnt during the COVID-19 pandemic to prepare for future resurgences.

'Somali Eagles' train at barracks in Mogadishu

Africanews  

The Turkish Task Force Command in Somalia (STGK) of the Turkish Armed Forces (TAF) is training the Somali military.

South Africa: Research Council, Investigative Unit Collaborate in Deployment of Anti-Corruption Tech

allAfrica  

[Govt of SA] CSIR and SIU join forces in deployment of advanced technologies to curb corruption

Awarding the future

Design Indaba  

The ANNA Award announced Lerato Nkosi as their inaugural prizewinner on 10 August 2022

Kenya's Lake Turkana water level rises, cutting off islanders

Africanews  

Hundreds of people are left living on an island, losing their houses, and having to find money to pay for fuel to send their children to school by boat.

Young Electricians Aim For Top Spot In World Skills SA Competition

AfricaDotcom  

CHIETA, the chemical industries Sector Education and Training Authority (SETA) hosted the WorldSkills South Africa (WSZA) National Competition for the Electrical Installation Skill

Top Opportunities: Investing In The Educational Sector In Africa

AfricaDotcom  

Many business investors oversee the opportunities for investing money in the educational sector.

South African reedman Linda Sikhakhane’s new album is a revelation

This Is Africa  

Zulu spirituality and the legacy of the ancestors, personal and musical, are the concerns of the saxophonist and composer.

Serena Williams leaves legacy to African tennis as 'inspiration' for girls

BBC News Africa  

As Serena Williams looks set to bow out of professional tennis at the US Open, African tennis pays tribute to the 23-time Grand Slam singles champion.

South Africa: State Capture Whistleblower Vytjie Mentor Dies - South African News Briefs - August 23, 2022

allAfrica  

[allAfrica] Cape Town --  

Kenya becomes the first African country to teach coding in primary and secondary school

This Is Africa  

Outgoing President Uhuru Kenyatta, announced that coding will be added to the primary and secondary schools' curricula.

Argentine workers hold 'funeral' for minimum wage

Africanews  

Left-wing social organisations held a demonstration in downtown Buenos Aires where they "mourned and buried" the Argentinean minimum wage.

S.Leone families arrive to identify loved ones killed in protests

Africanews  

Clashes occurred in Freetown and other cities, such as Makeni and Kamakwie in the north of the country, on August 10 when an economic protest descended into violence between the security forces and demonstrators

Uhuru Kenyatta and Kenya’s media: a bitter-sweet affair that didn’t end happily

This Is Africa  

The relationship between the state and media soured just months into the Kenyatta regime.

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