Swakop Uranium Launches Sustainable Development Report Highlighting Milestone Achievements on Multi-dimensional Practice

WINDHOEK, Namibia, Sept. 16, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Swakop Uranium (the “Company”), a subsidiary of China General Nuclear Power Corporation(CGN), recently released its 2021 sustainability report in the Namibian capital, Windhoek. The report detailed the company’s performance and practices in Namibia, while also highlighting official statistics and social responsibility undertakings. Ms. Kornelia Shilunga, Deputy Minister of […]

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ACTIF 2022 opens new trade and investment path between the Caribbean and Africa 

LONDON, Sept. 16, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — CS Global Partners, one of the world’s leading government advisory agencies, is the official representative of the governments of the Commonwealth of Dominica, Saint Lucia and St Kitts and Nevis all of whom took part in the first-ever Afri-Caribbean Trade and Investment Forum (ACTIF2022), which took place in […]

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XCA2600, the World’s Largest All-terrain Crane by XCMG, Passes Its First Lifting Test

XUZHOU, China, Sept. 16, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — XCA2600, the world’s largest tonnage all-terrain crane developed by XCMG (SHE:000425), has successfully completed the first test to lift a 173-ton weight, ahead of being delivered to a wind farm in China next month. The XCA2600 is equipped with three core technologies: high-performance flexible boom, super-lifting and independent […]

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XCA2600, the World’s Largest All-terrain Crane by XCMG, Passes Its First Lifting Test

XUZHOU, China, Sept. 16, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — XCA2600, the world’s largest tonnage all-terrain crane developed by XCMG (SHE:000425), has successfully completed the first test to lift a 173-ton weight, ahead of being delivered to a wind farm in China next month. The XCA2600 is equipped with three core technologies: high-performance flexible boom, super-lifting and independent […]

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Somalia President Sees Progress in Fight Against Al-Shabab, Seeks More US Support

Somali President Hassan Sheikh Mohamud has said that his country is seeing gains in the fight against the Somali-based, al-Qaida-affiliated Islamist militant group al-Shabab, following recent clashes in central Somalia between the Somali National Army supported by pro-government local clan militias and al-Shabab. “We see a strong momentum against al-Shabab and want to sustain it to defeat a group that has proven to be remorseless and [like the] mafia, which has attained economic autonomy through intimidation and the murder of innocent people,” Mohamud said. In a speech to the Somali…

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Minibus-Truck Collision In Egypt Killed Seven, Minibus-Truck Collision In Egypt Killed Seven, Injured Seven

CAIRO, At least seven people were killed and seven others injured yesterday, after a minibus collided with a heavy truck, in northern Egypt’s Behaira province, said a source from Egyptian ambulance authority. The minibus hit the truck from behind when the minibus driver changed his course from left to right in the same lane to take a U-turn. There were 14 people on the minibus when the accident occurred, said the source, who required anonymity. Ambulances were sent to the scene of the accident on the Cairo-Alexandria road and the…

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Sudan: 134 dead, scores of homes wiped out in seasonal floods

KHARTOUM, Flooding in Sudan has killed at least 134 people and destroyed tens of thousands of homes in the northeast African country’s ongoing wet season, police said. Heavy rains usually fall between May and October in Sudan, which faces severe flooding each year, wrecking property, infrastructure and crops. The National Council for Civil Defence said the floods have killed a total of 134 people, left 120 others injured, and damaged or destroyed more than 128,000 homes so far this wet season. Water can be seen engulfing villages and roads in…

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South Africa’s Pres Ramaphosa vows cooperation with Biden but firm on Russia ties

WASHINGTON, South Africa’s President Cyril Ramaphosa agreed to cooperate closely with US President Joe Biden on health, security and climate but warned against punishing African nations for maintaining ties with Russia. The Biden administration has put a new focus on Africa after being taken aback by the reluctance of some nations to condemn Russia over its invasion of Ukraine, which has triggered sweeping Western sanctions. Ramaphosa enjoyed unusually warm treatment from Biden, who walked him back to his motorcade at the White House, weeks after Secretary of State Antony Blinken…

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