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    04-Feb-2019 to 12:50

    Mozambique: 167,000 food insecure as climate change worsens

    APA-Maputo (Mozambique) — The US-funded Famine Early Warning Systems Network (FEWS NET) has warned that southern and parts of central Mozambique are facing a food crisis due to December’s abnormally high temperatures and late rains, APA can report on Monday.

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    01-Feb-2019 to 11:29

    Water shortage affecting power production in Mozambique - EDM

    APA-Maputo (Mozambique) — Mozambique's electricity corporation, EDM, says the severe drought that has affected parts of Mozambique and the Southern Africa region in the two last years has contributed to reducing electricity generation at the Corumana dam, in the southern district of Moamba in Maputo province.

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    30-Jan-2019 to 16:16

    Botswana to assess extent of drought aftermath

    APA-Gaborone (Botswana) — The Botswana government is expected to assess how livestock has been affected by drought across the country, a report by Yarona radio station revealed on Wednesday.

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    29-Jan-2019 to 18:24

    Africa’s renewable energy potential estimated at 310 GW

    APA-Dakar (Senegal) By Edouard Toure — Africa’s potential in terms of renewable energies is estimated at 310 Giga-Watts (GW), according to Hatem Fellah, Principal Agronomist at the African Development Bank (ADB) speaking in Dakar on Dakar.

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    29-Jan-2019 to 16:36

    UK trains Angolan authorities to combat illegal wildlife trade

    APA-Luanda (Angola) — The UK has organized a two-day training of Angolan official with a view to combatting illegal wildlife trade.

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    29-Jan-2019 to 12:01

    Botswana faces hunger as climate change bites

    APA-Gaborone (Botswana) — Botswana is facing food shortage, with the current ploughing season experiencing dry spells coupled with above-normal rainfall in some parts of the country.

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    24-Jan-2019 to 14:05

    Mozambique: 20,000 displaced by tropical storm

    APA-Maputo (Mozambique) — Mozambique's Institute of Natural Disaster management (INGC) says it has opened five accommodation centers in the city of Beira, the capital of the central province of Sofala, to shelter 18,295 displaced people after they were displaced by a heavy tropical storm known as Desmond, APA can report Thursday.

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