An African Woman
Picture: Zakia Nyombi

An African Woman

By Arch. Zakia Advocate Nyombi  She was once a baby girl who turned into a girl and eventually a grownup woman. She is also being referred to as mother, wife,…

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Local Footware – Masendeu – The sandals of the Maasai

Journalism from Africa for Africa by David Suddy Masendeu also known as katambuga or maraiyo in local languages within Arusha region in Tanzania are local footwear sandals made from rubber materials out of old tires which are no longer used in vehicles.…

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Hydrogen from Sub-Saharan Africa

For almost two years now, there has been an increasing number of discussions in Europe about hydrogen as an energy storage and transport medium that can help with the urgently…

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The first solar decathlon on African soil
Picture: Thomas Isenburg

The first solar decathlon on African soil

A solar decathlon is a building competition that combines architectural creativity and energy technology in the form of solar power. This idea was born in the USA. The US Department…

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