Siemens Energy-led H2Mare project to receive USD 117M from Germany

The flagship H2Mare project, led by Siemens Energy, will reportedly receive €100 million (USD 117 million) from Germany's research ministry t

South Africa plans to begin pilot carbon capture project in 2023

South Africa has reportedly begun geological mapping of the country's first carbon capture and storage (CCS) site. According to a senior Council f

South Africa turns to private sector for upgrading logistics framework

The South African subcontinent is known for its poor logistics, caused by potholed roads, aging equipment, frequent strikes, and shakedowns at militar

National Ignition Facility on the brink of key nuclear fusion goal

The National Ignition Facility (NIF), a leading science institute based in US, is reportedly on the brink of attaining a longstanding goal in the fiel

Ecow-Gas to develop more LNG facilities in West Africa for better reach

Ecow-Gas, a newly formed Netherlands-based infrastructure development firm, plans to build and operate several new LNG facilities in West Africa to en

Ivory Coast reports first Ebola case in 25 years after Guinea epidemic

World Health Organization has claimed that a patient in Abidjan, Western Africa has reportedly tested positive for Ebola, making it one of the first c

PureSoftware accelerates global expansion with a new office in Kenya

PureSoftware, a prominent software firm with expertise in 5G, fintech, and digital transformation, has reportedly opened its first office in Kenya, Af

Kenya’s Hewatele to expand oxygen production to meet COVID-19 demands

Hewatele, a Kenya-based oxygen producer, is reportedly expanding its capacity this year to meet rising demand from hospitals treating patients sufferi

Libya launches largest COVID-19 vaccination center in capital Tripoli

In a bid to accelerate inoculations and catch up with the surging COVID-19 cases, Libya has reportedly pioneered its largest vaccination center in the