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    26-Apr-2017 to 15:15

    Canadian companies interested in electricity transmission in Cameroon

    APA-Douala (Cameroon) — Canadian companies are interested in electricity transmission activity in Cameroon, some of which are willing to share their expertise with the National Electricity Transmission Company (SONATREL), the Canadian High Commissioner to Cameroon, René Cremonese, said Wednesday in Douala.

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    26-Apr-2017 to 13:09

    Sudan expects U.S economic Sanctions lifted in July

    APA- Khartoum- (Sudan) — Sudan’s Finance Minister Badr al-Din Mahmoud ،on Tuesday expected that U.S. trade and economic sanctions on Khartoum would be lifted permanently in July.

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    26-Apr-2017 to 11:25

    Ethiopia: Addis-Ababa to host 6th World Hydropower Congress

    APA-Addis-Ababa (Ethiopia) — The sixth World Hydropower Congress will be held from 9 to 11 May at the United Nations Conference Center in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

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    26-Apr-2017 to 06:17

    S/Africa: Zuma launches new economic zone in Free State Province

    APA-Tshiame (South Africa) — South African President Jacob Zuma has launched the much-anticipated Maluti-a-Phofung Special Economic Zone (SEZ) in the town of Tshiame in the Free State Province to demonstrate his government’s promotion of industrial development.

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    26-Apr-2017 to 05:39

    S/Africa ranks 4th as investment destination – Survey

    APA-Johannesburg (South Africa) — South Africa is the fourth-most attractive investment destination in Africa‚ the latest Africa Investment Index survey reveals.

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    25-Apr-2017 to 18:39

    Namibia to continue power imports for five more years

    APA-Windhoek (Namibia) — Namibia will be dependent on neighbours for power supply for the next five years, until the country’s power generation projects come on stream, says NamPower managing director Simson Haulofu .

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    25-Apr-2017 to 18:06

    Senegal’s fishery output records show significant decline in Feb. 2017

    APA-Dakar (Senegal) — Fisheries landings in Senegal in the first two months of 2017 have dropped by 20.9 percent compared with the same period in 2016, the Directorate of Maritime Fisheries (DPM) has told APA.

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