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Poor Quality Water and Plans for Offshore Oil and Gas Explorations Spur Eastern Cape Protests

Approximately 250 people from Uitenhage, Jeffreys Bay, Humansdorp, Oyster Bay and beyond marched to Gqberha City Hall yesterday on 21 September, to draw attention to their deteriorating quality of life as a result of loadshedding and poor access to...

Sasol to Start Cutting Jobs in August Amid Global Oil Price Slump

Sasol is set to begin employee dismissals from mid-August in efforts to cut costs in a new strategy aimed at boosting its balances. This comes after the company was battered by the general decline in oil prices as a...

Top 5 Most Trending Stories – Week in Review

As this week comes to a close we take a look at the stories that resonated most with our readers. Cybercrime highlighted two stories this week as the latest Windows 10 updates produce massive exploitable holes for cybercriminals to infect...

EU praises Uganda’s executive decision

On Tuesday, January 28, the Ugandan government announced the joined partnership with the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI), a move it said would improve accountability in the management of natural resources. Government spokesperson Ofwono Opondo on Tuesday said the Cabinet’s...

Ugandan Government promotes oil and gas projects at Africa Oil Week 2018

Hon Irene Muloni, the Minister of Energy and Mineral Development, in the Republic of Uganda will lead a delegation of private and public-sector players from Uganda’s oil and gas sector to the  2018, which will be held between 5...

Video Interview: IFS targets Africa as key growth market

Alastair Sorbie is currently CEO and President of IFS, a position he has held since 2006. Sorbie joined the Swedish ERP solutions provider as managing director in 1997, when IFS entered the UK market. During his time as IFS UK...

AAPG president calls for maverick approach

Paul Weimer, American Association of Petroleum Geologists' (AAPG) President, has called on experts and government in oil producing countries to invest in new technologies. He emphasized a maverick approach was needed to achieve progress in the sector. Speaking at the Nigerian Association...

Nigerians want government to support science & technology initiatives

NIGERIANS believe the government should fund science and technology initiatives if the country is to be self-reliant in energy supply and generation, a snap survey conducted by ITNewsAfrica has revealed. Boasting of abundant oil reserves in Port Harcourt, Kaduna and...
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Oracle’s Independent Software Vendor (ISV) Partner

Infobip, a global cloud communications platform and a member of the Oracle PartnerNetwork (OPN), has strengthened its collaboration with...
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