Chile & SQM to initiate lithium talks by Q3 to increase state control

The government of Chile and Chilean chemical firm, SQM, are reportedly set to initiate talks over its operations inside the Atacama Desert by the thir

SpaceX Starship rocket’s debut flight postponed due to frozen valve

In an unlikely turn of events, SpaceX, the American spacecraft manufacturer, launcher, and satellite communications corporation, has reportedly cancel

More than 50% Britons scale down on non-essential spending, says KPMG

More than half of consumers in the United Kingdom have reportedly reduced their leisure expenses since the start of the year, with approximately two-t

UK govt data reveals forcible installation of 94k prepayment meters in 2022

Recent data from the UK government has revealed that energy companies in the nation forcibly installed 94,000 prepayment meters during the energy cris

Malawi President issues call for help in Cyclone Freddy aftermath

Malawi has become a major casualty of Cyclone Freddy, damaging over half the nation, urging President Lazarus Chakwera to ask for help from internatio

HSBC to purchase UK arm of Silicon Valley Bank for financial stability

HSBC, a leading bank in the United Kingdom has stepped forward to buy the UK division of the Silicon Valley Bank, which has recently undergone a sudde


Workers in the offshore oil, gas and renewable sector of the United Kingdom demand for public ownership in energy companies, in order to ensure that j

PDP-Labour Party accuse APC & Inec of compromising electoral process

Ahead of the declaration of the results of tightly contested presidential elections in Nigeria, the opposition parties, Peoples Democratic Party and t

Mauritius halts flights to brace for imminent impact of Cyclone Freddy

Mauritius has reportedly decided to take precautionary measures to prepare for the impact of the impending Cyclone Freddy, which is being touted as a

African solar kits provider Qotto raises $8Mn to expand its operations

Qotto, a leading African solar kits provider with operations in Benin and Burkina Faso, has reportedly secured over $8 million in its Series A equity-

Britain’s health workers begin largest strike, putting strain on NHS

Health workers in the United Kingdom reportedly started their biggest strike on Monday, where tens of thousands of ambulance workers and nurses walked

Central Bank of Nigeria extends deadline for exchanging old banknotes

The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has reportedly extended the deadline for exchanging old banknotes for new ones. Apparently, long queues have form