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Khumbu Muleya

Khumbu Muleya

Khumbu Muleya

πŸ”₯ Satellite-technology reduces fire damage in Zimbabwe

The use of satellite-based fire information technology has drastically reduced fire-related damages in Zimbabwe, especially during the dry season.

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πŸ‡³πŸ‡¬ Nigeria's new super maize promises superior yields

Nigeria has developed a new maize variety that is capable of resisting pests, tolerating moderate drought, and increasing production significantly.

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πŸŒ† African dream of "smart cities" remains strong

Despite slow progression and plenty of challenges, smart cities in Africa are taking form.

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πŸ”­ International telescope project closes its first round

Within weeks, the South African based HERA-project reaches an important milestone. Having completed 350 "dishes" it is laying the foundations of tomorrow's radio astronomy.

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🌍 Drone technology gains traction in Africa

Search and rescue, delivery of emergency medical supplies, agriculture, and wildlife conservation. Today, drones are used for a multitude of tasks in Africa, Warp News Khumbu Muleya reports.

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πŸ“± App gives easy access to healthcare services in the DRC

A Software Developer in the Democratic Republic of Congo has created a new mobile application to easily access healthcare services and facilities in the central African country.

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🍾 Empty bottles turn into brick-making raw material

The Jabulani Community near Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe uses discarded bottles to produce a special type of brick that "glitters and shines."

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πŸ‡²πŸ‡Ώ Mozambique gets first solar energy storage facility

Mozambique builds a US$32 million solar system that comprises solar panels and utility-scale battery energy storage. The first of its kind in the country.

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🌴 Africa's first biomass power plant is in the pipeline

CΓ΄te d’Ivoire is set to get Africa’s first biomass-fired electricity generation plant with a capacity to produce 46MW.