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Africa News

  • Zimbabwe faces outages as Lake Kariba levels force halt to hydropower
    by AT editor on November 30, 2022 at 5:39 PM

    Electricity providers in Zimbabwe have been forced to stop generating hydropower at the Kariba South power station due to the ongoing low water levels affecting the Kariba Dam at Lake Kariba. The site supports power for both Zimbabwe and Zambia, with the Zambezi River Authority governing the use of resources... The post Zimbabwe faces outages as Lake Kariba levels force halt to hydropower first appeared on Africa Times.

  • SA’s Biovac seals deal to produce cholera vaccines in Africa
    by AT editor on November 29, 2022 at 10:10 PM

    South Africa’s Biovac has announced a deal with the nonprofit International Vaccine Institute (IVI) to begin manufacturing cholera vaccines, a move that will advance the African continent’s goal of manufacturing its own vaccines. The licensing and technology transfer deal will mean that Biovac is equipped to make oral cholera vaccines... The post SA's Biovac seals deal to produce cholera vaccines in Africa first appeared on Africa Times.

  • Accra College of Medicine opens its doors to foreign students
    by Oral Ofori on November 29, 2022 at 3:09 PM

    The Accra College of Medicine (ACM) which was co-founded in 2013 by Dr. Afua Adwo Jectey Hesse and her husband, Adukwei Hesse, as president and vice-president respectively is calling on students living outside Ghana to enroll in their world class institution. Located on Magnolia Street in East Legon which is situate in Ghana’s capital city … The post Accra College of Medicine opens its doors to foreign students appeared first on TheAfricanDream.

  • The 5 greatest African teams in World Cup history
    by Arakunrin Lekan on November 28, 2022 at 3:47 PM

    Five African teams are currently playing in Qatar FIFA World Cup 2022, looking to have their names into the tournament’s illustrious history. Cameroon, Ghana, Morocco, Senegal and Tunisia are all hoping to break the continent’s quarter-final jinx. Cameroon was the first African country to set the quarterfinal ceiling at the Italy 1990 World Cup, then … The post The 5 greatest African teams in World Cup history appeared first on TheAfricanDream.

  • The cost of hosting FIFA World Cup since 1990
    by Arakunrin Lekan on November 28, 2022 at 11:39 AM

    With a total of twenty-one competitions since the first World Cup in 1930, eighteen nations have hosted the FIFA World Cup. A host nation will receive tremendous exposure as a result of hosting the World Cup in terms of tourism, international trade, jobs, and the potential for new development. But there’s a big price to … The post The cost of hosting FIFA World Cup since 1990 appeared first on TheAfricanDream.

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