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Africa News SAN: 11 000 volts kill copper cable ‘thief’ A SUSPECTED copper cables thief was yesterday found dead hanging on an electric pole in Queens Park East suburb in Bulawayo after being electrocuted by a 11 000 volts power line. ✅ Get FREE subscribe : https://goo.gl/spByth ► Latest news, News headlines : https://goo.gl/pnZJB9 ► Playlist Robert and Grace Mugabe : https://goo.gl/BBLRUi ► Playlist Mzansi Africa : https://goo.gl/vwuaVX ✅ Thank for watching. Please : Subscribe and Share ! --------------------------- Most WATCH : 1. Zodwa Wabantu meet Robert Mugabe ! ►https://youtu.be/BB0CVDNCWtw 2. Mugabe's sons 'evicted' from luxury Sandton apartment over 'unacceptable behaviour' ►https://youtu.be/AgUvRhJi2tc 3. Mugabe sons kicked out of Sandton pad after brawl ►https://youtu.be/SidwbQ3i...
Uganda has been ranked the number one African country in alcohol consumption. This, in a report published by US broadcaster Cable News Network/ CNN. The report Titled 'World's 10 best - drinking nations' placed Uganda in 8th position globally ahead of Germany and Australia that were in the ninth and tenth position respectively. Uganda leads in alcohol intake largely because of the illegal booze made from bananas.
Africa's manufacturing sector is positioned to become globally competitive. After decades of exporting it's natural resources and importing processed goods, some African governments are pushing for more home-grown industrial solutions. For more news, visit: http://www.sabc.co.za/news
Google is reinforcing its underwater fibre-optic cables to protect against future shark attacks Google is reinforcing its private underwater fibre-optic cables with an extra layer of protective material in order to protect its 100,000 miles of cables from sharks. Sharks and other fish are attracted to the cables, thought by some to be due to the electromagnetic signals emitted by the lines, but they are easily damaged. The cables already have existing protective materials designed to shelter them from the various dangers of the environment, but will now be coated with a 'Kevlar-like' material to provide even more protection. Fibre-optic cables are made of strands of glass, and are thus much less durable than copper cables. Google wants to prevent its own cables from sustaining further d...
A Mossad secret service document leaked to Al Jazeera's Investigative Unit reveals that in 2010 Israel obtained stolen South African anti-tank missile technology. The Spy Cables include a top-secret reply to a South African request for Israel's intelligence service to return the purloined blueprints. Al Jazeera's Will Jordan reports. Read more: http://aje.io/4r5f Subscribe to our channel http://bit.ly/AJSubscribe Follow us on Twitter https://twitter.com/AJEnglish Find us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera Check our website: http://www.aljazeera.com/
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In the wake of a bombshell story from The Washington Post reporting that President Donald Trump described African countries, Haiti and El Salvador as “shithole[s],” cable news talking heads have been doing what they do worst: trying to avoid using Trump’s expletives on air. Download app free: http://bit.ly/2Bg8mLP
http://www.ntvuganda.co.ug Kampala is the centre of a celebration by Cable News Network, CNN, of its flagship business programme for the continent, 'Market Place Africa'. The programme is hosted by CNN journalist, South African Robyn Curnow who says Africa's future in the business arena is bright, despite occasional hiccups that have held back the continent from realizing its full potential. The programme offers insights into African businesses on a weekly basis from the South African capital -Johannesburg.
Industrialisation and diversification of the economy is required to promote higher levels of inclusive growth. That's the word from the Minister of Trade and Industry Rob Davies launching the first black-owned electrical cable manufacturer. United Industrial Cables is a beneficiary of the Black Industrialists Programme aimed at boosting transformation and creating jobs. For more news, visit: http://www.sabc.co.za/news
http://brandsierraleone.tv Brand Sierra Leone TV: Building Innovative Perceptions Africa is billed as the next internet hotspot and the industry is gearing up to take advantage of the wealth of potential business and development opportunities that Sierra Leone, along with a host of other African countries, will offer when finally online, scheduled for the 2nd half of 2012. See more: http://brandsierraleone.tv http://www.facebook.com/brandsierraleone https://twitter.com/BrandSalone
Cable News Network recently filmed a short Documentary which featured Chef 187. In the clip, the rapper talks about his music as well as part of his lifestyle. Earlier on, CNN held a live Facebook Interview with Chef 187 before making this short documentary. Watch and Share.
After the realization that Angola cannot forever depend on oil and diamonds alone, the Angolan government decided to diversify. Through the government company, Sonangol, Angola is established industrial complexes, including a fibre optic cable plant in Luanda. Angolacabos, the company that established the fibre optic plant, will supply optical cable to local operators such as Angola Telecom, MS Telecom and others in Angola. More information on this and other stories related to ICT in Africa can be found at http://www.ictafrica.info
The first cable-stayed-bridge in East Africa was unveiled in Dar el Salaam costing 135 million dollars. The bridge which will connect Kigamboni with central Dar el salam is expected to play a big part in reducing traffic as well boosting regional connectivity. take a look at what can Kenya learn from this even as the construction of the bridge linking south coast to north coast which has stalled for years. Watch KTN Live http://www.ktnkenya.tv/live Watch KTN News http://www.ktnnews.com Follow us on http://www.twitter.com/ktnkenya Like us on http://www.facebook.com/ktnkenya
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"Straight Talk Africa" on October 26, 2011 - VOA's "Straight Talk Africa" studio guest, Derreck Kayongo, Social Entrepreneur of the Global Soap Project discuss how his initiative to recover and recycle soap from American hotel and distribute in African communities has landed recognition from an American cable news networks.
Just hours after reports surfaced that President Donald Trump, allegedly said that Haiti and African nations are “sh*thole countries,” Anderson Cooper took to his cable news show to offer a sharp rebuke. Source:http://bit.ly/2moKX4n ☛Visit our infotainment partner : http://Wirally.com ☛Subscribe For More Latest News: https://goo.gl/uE3ag6 ☛Like us: https://www.facebook.com/Worldnews365 ☛Background Music : http://www.bensound.com
Subscribe to our channel http://bit.ly/AJSubscribe Subscribe to our channel http://bit.ly/AJSubscribe The Spy Cables captured headlines the world over – and was described as massive and unprecedented in newspapers as far afield as China as South America. Evidence that the Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu misled the United Nations lead news in a number of countries. The CIA’s desire to talk to Hamas; snooping on the head of Greenpeace; a plot to kill the head of the African Union; all grabbed global attention. In the first of two programmes, we assess the impact of Al Jazeera’s release of hundreds of classified documents – ranging from confidential to top secret - the widest-ranging leak of intelligence papers ever. Presenter: David Foster Guests: David Maynier, in Cape To...
The Beijing-based StarTimes Group is now one of Africa's most important media companies with 1.4 million subscribers across 30 countries. The pay TV company is leading the continent's transition from analog to digital television with some of the world's most affordable cable/satellite TV packages priced as low as $4 per month. In the burgeoning Digital TV sector, StarTime is far and away the market leader. The company's reach covers 90 of the continent's population powered by 5,000 distributions and 3,000 convenience shops where consumers buy their services and pay monthly bills. Unlike standard cable and satellite TV bundles in other regions of the world, you won't find CNN or other major Western channels on StarTimes' platform. In addition to dozens of local African channels, the...
Since 2009, the militant Islamist group known as Boko Haram has wreaked havoc in northern Nigeria. Instilling terror through bombings, abductions, and beheadings, Boko Haram is fighting to create an Islamic state in the most populous country in Africa. VICE News traveled to Nigeria to embed with the country's army as it ramped up its fight against Boko Haram, whose rise has caused a state of emergency. As the only journalists on the front line in northern Nigeria, we witnessed the beginning of the largest military insurgency to date. Kay Larsen discusses Boko Haram on The Young Turks: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iQt1zdzxVAY More from TYT on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/TheYoungTurks Watch "The Human Cost of War in the Central African Republic” - http://bit.ly/15xC4L2 Watc...
In 2007 when China's Exim Bank unveiled a massive $6 billion mining deal in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, it completely rocked the normally-staid world of international development finance. The agreement, known as "The China Deal" or Sicomines, was among the first of these huge Chinese infrastructure-for-resources deals that are now commonplace across Africa. Ten years ago, though, the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund were pretty much the only players that threw around that kind of cash in countries like the DRC. So when the Chinese came along with the Sicomines deal, many observers saw it as a direct challenge to the IMF's once unrivaled dominance of international development finance in places like the Congo. While a feared Chinese-IMF rivalry did not u...
Network is a technology and social media programme. This episode was filmed in Cape Town during AfricaCom, the largest tech expo and conference in Africa. Telecommunications minister Siyabonga Cwele tells us about spectrum that needed to improve phone networks in South Africa, we chat about the digital divide, 5G and more. For more news, visit: http://www.sabc.co.za/news
Binod Chaudhary, whose interests range from noodles (Wai Wai) to cement by way of hotels and banking, has trodden the trail and come out as Nepal's sole billionaire, according to Forbes. His Chaudhary Group now has eight noodle plants in India, 72 hotels in 12 countries and is now expanding into East Africa. CNBC Africa's George Ndirangu sat down with Mr, Chaudhary to discuss his ambitious journey.
"The Battle for Africa" - Part Two || China's big arrival on our continent has challenged Western powers and sparked debate about a new Battle for Africa. But the real Battle for Africa is between Africans and our leaders - a battle for better governments. Insight TWI's Emmy and Bafta winning reporter Sorious Samura investigates... Part Two of Two. Watch Part One here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f8XzR-vTLww Produced as a two-part series by Insight TWI: The World Investigates for Al Jazeera English. Director: Clive Patterson Reporter: Sorious Samura Commissioning Editor: Diarmuid Jeffreys Executive Producers: Ron McCullagh & Jonathan Ossoff
December 2006 'Surfing' on top of speeding trains is the ultimate adrenaline experience for South Africa's disillusioned youth. It's illegal, dangerous and has already killed hundreds. "I always wanted to be a stuntman", explains 'Bitch Nigga'. He doesn't just surf trains. He ducks bridges, does push ups and has come up with his own entertainment routine, performed from the top of a racing train. Most of the surfers come from broken homes. They spend their days drinking, smoking and teaching each other the latest train surfing techniques.
SACP General Secretary Blade Nzimande has addressed the Red October Rally in Clermont west of Durban. This is the first time Nzimande has spoke at a publicly since his axing last month. For more news, visit: http://www.sabc.co.za/news
Join popular American Idol finalist Casey Abrams on a musical journey through Addis Ababa, Ethiopia where he explores the city to find and jam with local artists. Find out more about Casey’s music and story on Instagram @caseybassy and Twitter @CaseyBassy This episode will be available until July 31st, catch more episodes of First Time Africa exclusively on the Africa Channel. Can’t get the Africa Channel? Call your Cable TV provider and ask for it! ====== CHECK US OUT!!! - www.TheAfricaChannel.com Twitter/Instagram: @AfricaChannelTV