11.6.2019 12:26 pm
The kingdom is embarking on an ambitious solar project to wean itself off its reliance on SA’s struggling energy utility.
The kingdom of eSwatini has called for bids from solar power producers, announcing that it wants to decrease its reliance on Eskom by adding 40MW of solar capacity to its grid, Reuters reports.
Mamie Nouria Meniko Congolese runs a Red Cross programme at the displaced people’s camp to identify and help kids suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder.
Meanwhile, the courage of the defiant protesters has not been dented despite the brutal crackdown they have been subjected to.
Thursday’s air strike, however, did not prevent Mitiga Airport from continuing to function, Libyan media reported.
The West African country is now on high alert for possible terror attacks and further kidnappings.
Journalist Kofi Bartels was allegedly assaulted and arrested after he filmed Special Anti-Robbery Squad members beating a boy outside his home in Port Harcourt.
The African Union on Thursday suspended Sudan, demanding a civilian-led transition authority to resolve a crisis which has claimed over 100 lives.
As a result of the regular attacks, some locals formed vigilante groups in self-defence.
In addition, he is demanding that the newspaper publish an apology on its website and front page.
Al Jazeera reports that the internet has been cut as the sound of gunfire continues to echo across Khartoum.
The UK Metro reported that the money had been placed in accounts in Jersey held by Doraville Properties Corporation.
Violence reportedly resumed in the area, in the southeast of the city, shortly after daybreak.
Members of the medical team working at the protest tents were also shot at and beaten up with whips and clubs.
It is the worst on record after an epidemic that struck three African countries between 2014-2016, leaving more than 11,300 people dead.