Mecobit Mining Rigs Announces the Biggest Hash-Rate in the Market

LONDON, Sept. 12, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — MECO Limited (Mecobit), one of the world’s leading manufacturers of solar modules and complete solutions, recently launched new products Solar Unit M4000, Solar Panel Kit (complete), Portable Power Station, M100 Miner, M200 Miner, Meco Rack, which has attracted wide attention in the industry. The result of five years […]

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Mecobit Mining Rigs Announces the Biggest Hash-Rate in the Market

LONDON, Sept. 12, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — MECO Limited (Mecobit), one of the world’s leading manufacturers of solar modules and complete solutions, recently launched new products Solar Unit M4000, Solar Panel Kit (complete), Portable Power Station, M100 Miner, M200 Miner, Meco Rack, which has attracted wide attention in the industry. The result of five years […]

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Woolpert réunit des entreprises et des ressources géospatiales et forme Woolpert Africa

Woolpert Africa regroupe les services de cartographie, d’arpentage et de données de Woolpert, Southern Mapping et AAM. JOHANNESBOURG, 12 septembre 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Woolpert a rassemblé le personnel, les ressources et l’expérience locale de ses deux sociétés géospatiales en Afrique, Southern Mapping Company et AAM, pour former Woolpert Africa. L’équipe assurera la collecte, le traitement et la gestion […]

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Woolpert Aligns Geospatial Companies and Resources to Form Woolpert Africa

oolpert Africa combines the mapping, surveying and data services of Woolpert, Southern Mapping and AAM. JOHANNESBURG, Sept. 12, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Woolpert has integrated the staff, resources and local experience of its two geospatial companies in Africa, Southern Mapping Company and AAM, to form Woolpert Africa. The team will provide geospatial data collection, processing and management […]

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Cameroon Says Thousands of Homes Destroyed by Floods

In Cameroon, officials say weeks of flooding along its northern borders with Chad and Nigeria have swept away entire villages, leaving thousands of people homeless. Aid efforts are underway with many schools, mosques and churches providing temporary shelter. Heavy rains fall in Mokolo, a business and agricultural district on Cameroon’s northern border with Nigeria. Cameroon officials describe Mokolo, which is also the capital of the Mayo Tsanaga administrative unit, as the breadbasket of Cameroon’s northern border with Chad and Nigeria. Haman Adama is the spokesperson for people displaced by floods…

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Uganda pays Shs250bn as partial payment for DRC war damages

The Ugandan government has paid shs250 billion($65million) to the Democratic Republic of Congo government in partial payment for war reparations. “The payment of this indemnity is made in five installments of $65 million. The first had just been paid,” the DRC government spokesperson, Patrick Muyaya said. The International Court of Justice which is a United Nations’ top court in February ordered Uganda to pay Democratic Republic of Congo $325 million(Shs1.1 trillion) which was only a fraction of the $11 billion that the country had sought as reparations for the 1998…

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Ethiopia’s Tigray Forces Call for Truce, Accept AU-Led Peace Process

Ethiopia’s Tigrayan forces called for an immediate cease-fire Sunday and said they would join an African Union-led peace process after three weeks of renewed fighting ended a fragile truce. Tigrayan forces from Ethiopia’s northern region have said they are prepared to participate in an “immediate” cessation of hostilities followed by peace talks mediated by the African Union. In a statement to mark the beginning of the Ethiopian new year, the Tigray region’s leadership called for a “comprehensive negotiated” cease-fire and said they had established a negotiating team that is “ready…

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Nigeria Loses Africa’s Top Oil Producer Spot to Angola

Nigeria has lost its position as Africa’s top oil producer to Angola, industry insiders say, and could soon become third after Libya. Oil analysts say Nigeria’s production struggle is coming at the worst time, as oil prices have jumped, partly because of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. According to the Nigerian oil regulation commission, the country’s oil production during August dropped to 972,000 barrels per day, down from about 1.1 million barrels per day in July. That allowed Angola to pass Nigeria in monthly oil production for the third time this…

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