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German chancellor Scholz kicks off Africa trip in Senegal

The Times & Democrat 23 May 2022
This week's trip marks Scholz's first to Africa since becoming chancellor nearly six months ago ... Several G-7 countries, including Germany and the United States, signed a ‘just energy transition partnership’ with South Africa last year to help the country wean itself off heavily polluting coal.
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A grain is a small, hard, dry seed – with or without an attached hull or fruit layer – harvested for human or animal consumption, Sept. 11, 2015.
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Food and energy billionaires $453bn richer than two years ago, finds Oxfam

The Observer 23 May 2022
“It is morally indefensible that people in east Africa are dying of hunger while the fortunes of the world’s super-rich are fuelled by skyrocketing food and energy prices, ... “Here in the UK, a windfall tax on energy companies would be a strong place to start to help all those who are struggling to eat and heat their homes.”.
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Basketball Africa League finals tips off in Rwanda

Anadolu Agency 22 May 2022
In the other game, Rwanda Energy Group from Rwanda (REG) took on Forces Armees et Police (FAP) from Cameroon ... Apart from Cape Town Tigers from South Africa, Rwanda’s Rwanda Energy Group and Seydou Legacy Athletique Club (SLAC) of Guinea, the other five teams were featured in the inaugural BAL last year in Kigali.
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Angola, Cameroon teams cruise to semifinals as BAL finals tip off in Rwanda

China.dot.org 22 May 2022
Except for South Africa's side Cape Town Tigers, Rwanda's Rwanda Energy Group and Seydou Legacy Athletique Club (SLAC) of Guinea, the other five teams all featured in the inaugural BAL last year in Kigali, where the Zamalek from Egypt beat the US Monastir of Tunisia to win the championship.
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Bassline presents I AM LIVE with Nakhane at Constitutional Hill

Independent online (SA) 22 May 2022
I miss South Africa's energy,” Nakhane said. While the festival is in celebration of Africa Month, for Nakhane, the event can be seen as a homecoming celebration. Nakhane, born in Alice, a small town in the Eastern Cape, says performing in South Africa is always a reminder of who he is and where his roots lie. “South Africa is my home.
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Russia looms large on Scholz’s first Africa tour as chancellor

Metro USA 22 May 2022
BERLIN (Reuters) – Russia’s impact on energy and food prices and security will provide the backdrop to Olaf Scholz’s first trip to Africa as German Chancellor, a ... The conflict has triggered supply disruptions that have pushed up food and energy prices in Africa.
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Russia looms large on Scholz's first Africa tour as chancellor

Reuters 22 May 2022
BERLIN, May 22 (Reuters) - Russia's impact on energy and food prices and security will provide the backdrop to Olaf Scholz's first trip to Africa as German Chancellor, a ... The conflict has triggered supply disruptions that have pushed up food and energy prices in Africa.
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Germany is keen to pursue gas projects with Senegal, says Scholz on first African tour

Reuters 22 May 2022
... said on Sunday during his first trip to Africa, against the backdrop of the war in Ukraine and its impact on energy and food prices ... The conflict in Ukraine, a major grains and food supplier, has triggered supply disruptions that have pushed up food and energy prices in Africa.
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Germany in talks with Senegal on gas projects, says Scholz

Business Day 22 May 2022
... said on Sunday during his first trip to Africa, against the backdrop of the war in Ukraine and its impact on energy and food prices ... The conflict in Ukraine, a major grains and food supplier, has triggered supply disruptions that have pushed up food and energy prices in Africa.
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Namibia heads to Europe to market its sunshine

Taipei Times 21 May 2022
A delegation from sub-Saharan Africa’s driest country has been touring Europe to tout their nation as a potential powerhouse of clean energy ... Producing hydrogen entails splitting water into its component parts of hydrogen and oxygen, using an energy-gobbling technique called electrolysis.
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The problem of global energy inequity, explained by American refrigerators

Vox 21 May 2022
My refrigerator — that appliance humming in the background that I rarely think about — consumes about 450 kilowatt-hours of energy (kWh) every year ... Energy access is a foundational component of development, yet many people across Africa and Asia don’t have the energy they need to thrive — and even survive — in a warming world.
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Inflation fuels cost of living crisis that is threatening stability in Nigeria and rest of ...

Business Day Online 21 May 2022
Prices of global commodities, including energy, are rising rapidly and fueling runaway inflation and ...
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Big Oil Is Dangerously Going After Fossil Fuel Extraction in Africa

Common Dreams 21 May 2022
Arguments for gas exploration and gas-fired power infrastructure in Africa are robbing us of vital time to switch to clean energy ... .
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African Energy Week calls for nominations to its world-renowned African Energy Awards

Business Ghana 20 May 2022
The Industry Pioneers Fast Tracking Africa’s Energy Sector Growth will be honored at African Energy Week 2022 (AECWeek.com), which is seeking submissions for candidate recipients for its 2022 African Energy Awards ... This award recognizes companies and projects that are upheaving gas monetization in Africa to close the energy poverty gap.

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