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Did You Know Ethiopia could soon become a leader in hydropower and wind energy

Posted by | February 19, 2014 | life in Africa, Uncategorized

 

Located in the horn of Africa Africa, Ethiopia is home to more than 91 million people, and less than 30 percent of the population has access to electricity. Under the Growth and Transformation Plan, the country’s government aims to boost energy potential through recent construction projects.

Thanks to an investment partnership between a French firm and the government, Ashegoda Wind Farm was opened at the end of October 2013. The 52 MegaWatt farm is estimated to cost slightly over 200 million euros.

Have you heard of the Grand Renaissance Dam?

Though the structure’s estimated year of completion is 2017, it hasn’t stopped the $4.7 billion project from making headlines. Announced in 2012, Grand Renaissance will be Africa’s largest. It will rest along the Nile River and run between Egypt and Ethiopia. If executed, this could be two milestones marked for the East African country’s development, but debate about the dam’s potential effect on the water supply of neighboring Egypt has halted construction.

 

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Top resaons what Makes south Africa A Best Place

Posted by | January 18, 2014 | Africa recruitment agency, Recruitment in africa

Top reasons what Makes  south Africa A Best Place

1.     Despite everything, South Africa often get it right

South Africa’s successful hosting of the 2010 FIFA World Cup, as an example of a nation that despite all odds often delivers an astounding product.

2.     They  have one of the most liberal and free constitutions in the world

We Can figur Out, some of the horrific structures of power that rule nations such as Iraq, Somalia, Congo, Darfur and Rwanda. South African constitution is upheld as one of the most superb pieces of legislation in existence today.

3.    South Africa  is  a compassionate nation

here is a story of child abuse where, following the arrest and sentencing of the parents, three young children were left at the mercy of a social system. As children of abuse, these kids were not nice,  they stole food, were agressive and sexually promiscuous as a result of their parental grooming. As South Africans Says “We open our hearts and our pockets when we need to.”