Category archives for: Energy

Vodacom View+ connects passionate fans to soccer

aizer Chiefs and Mamelodi Sundowns

by MTHULISI SIBANDA JOHANNESBURG, (CAJ News) – VODACOM is offering customers the opportunity to live stream the inaugural Shell Helix Ultra Cup between South African football giants Kaizer Chiefs and Mamelodi Sundowns on Saturday. The highly-anticipated soccer match kicks off at FNB Stadium west of Johannesburg at 15h00. Vodacom’s View+ platform has been granted exclusive rights to […]

Nigerian army slays terrorists, arrests fuel suppliers

Nigeria fuel shortages

from AHMED OBAFEMI in Maiduguri, Nigeria MAIDUGURI, (CAJ News) – TROOPS have killed five suspected Boko Haram terrorists and arrested several alleged fuel suppliers of the terrorists in northeastern Nigeria. The suspects were neutralised during clearance operations by the Nigerian Army’s Operation Lafiya Dole (Peace by Force) in the Borno State.The army recovered an assortment […]

Steamaco: The disruptive smart metering for Africa

Steamaco

If you are looking to offer advanced technical services in rural areas that lack even essential facilities, you are definitely faced with challenges. However, if you are determined, you excel. The same can be said about the Manchester-based company Stemaco. The company has revolutionized the way Africa gets power.  By utilizing renewable energy resources like […]

Africa powers ahead of US on clean coal

In the clean coal lab

by SAVIOUS KWINIKA JOHANNESBURG, (CAJ News) – THIS week, experts in Washington praised a little-known laboratory in Johannesburg (South Africa) that has pioneered ways of burning coal with less emission. Professor Rosemary Falcon heads the Clean Coal Research Group at the University of the Witwatersrand (Wits. There, she leads a team of chemists, engineers and […]

Using data to weather catastrophic effects of natural disasters

MORNE BEKKER Country Manager at NetApp South Africa

by MORNE BEKKER FROM Hawaii’s volcanic eruptions through to Cape Town’s drought, the world has seen its fair share of natural disasters over the last couple of months. A few weeks ago, Hawaii’s Kilauea volcano continued to eject a continuous stream of lava and a crest of ash into the atmosphere. At that stage, the […]

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