Seasonal fog enshrouds buildings in the city centre of Cape Town, South Africa, March 30, 2017. REUTERS/Mike Hutchings TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY - RTX33FU8

Nigeria Now Haven for ‘Dirty Fuels’ As Regulations Fail: Failure on the part of industry regulators in Nigeria has relegated Nigeria to the background among the comity of nations, thus making it a destination for dirty fuels. read more


Nigeria: Mini Power Grids Bring Promise of Jobs to Rural Nigerians: Dakar — Nigeria is on the verge of a boom in mini power grids that could stimulate rural economies and bring jobs to frustrated youth thinking of leaving, researchers said on Wednesday. read more
Nigeria: From Onitsha to Silicon Valley – Teen Girls’ App May Save Nigerians From Fake Drugs: Save a Soul, a team of five students from the Regina Pacis Secondary School Onitsha in Anambra State, won a place in this year’s global finals of the Technovation Challenge in Silicon Valley, California, USA.read more
Africa: Should African Schools Teach More Local Languages? : Imagine starting school and not being able to understand your teacher. That’s a reality for many African first-graders who speak their mother-tongues at home and are taught in English, French read more


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