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How businesses can empower African entrepreneurs

Business Ghana 24 Sep 2022
"For us at MFS Africa, that means connecting mobile money to the rest of the world ... Aisha Pandor, co-founder and CEO of SweepSouth, South Africa's largest on-demand home cleaning service, believes that if you want to truly make a difference with your business, you need to find a pain point for your potential customer and solve it.
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Bboxx teams up with Unilever brand to provide home solar in Kenya

Renewables Now 12 Sep 2022
Bboxx, a platform in Africa for essential products and services, including clean energy, announced on Monday a partnership with consumer goods group Unilever (LON.ULVR) aimed at providing clean energy access to 1 million people in Kenya over the next three years.
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A worrying trend as service delivery challenges continue to plague SA

Independent online (SA) 29 Aug 2022
The dire consequences of a lack of access to socio-economic services was highlighted at the height of the Covid-19 pandemic ... Service delivery challenges ... Only 41 out of the 257 municipalities in South Africa received clean audits. Lack of delivery of services by municipalities has resulted in frequent protest action in South Africa.
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Off Grid Electric gets $7M to ‘light Africa in a decade’ (exclusive)

Venture Beat 21 Aug 2022
He eventually became fixated with clean-tech after realizing that an estimated 1.5 billion people globally still lack access to a reliable power source ... Off Grid Electric charges a minimum of $5 per month for any home in Africa to access solar power through its M-Power energy hub in Tanzania ... Customers in Africa pre-pay for the service each week.
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Basic water services in South Africa are in decay after years of progress

Mail Guardian South Africa 02 Aug 2022
In 1994, about (35%) in South Africa didn’t have basic water supply services. The minimum standard of these services is clean, piped water delivered within 200 metres of a household at a minimum flow rate of 10 litres per minute, for 300 days a year, with any interruption not lasting longer than two days at a time.
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Solarcentury to build 100 MW solar park in Mozambique

PV Magazine 06 Jul 2022
Solarcentury said the plant would be developed with a London-incorporated, Cape Town-based clean energy company called Renewable Energy Services Africa (Resa) and with Mozambican investor Checunda Investimentos ... Quoted in the press release, Solarcentury Africa chief Jason De Carteret said.
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Endeavor Catalyst invests in eight SA businesses

Independent online (SA) 06 Jul 2022
Aerobotics, Clickatell, Entersekt, Go1, MFS Africa, Ozow, SweepSouth and TymeBank ... Alison Collier, Endeavor South Africa’s ... SweepSouth, on the other hand, is an online marketplace for residential and corporate cleaning services, connecting clients with skilled cleaners in minutes.
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Whistleblowers in South Africa have some protection but gaps need fixing

Eye Witness News 16 Jun 2022
Every person in South Africa has the right to a functioning local government that can provide basic services such as clean water, electricity and sanitation. But corruption has left much of this sphere of government unable to fulfil its role ... .
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Africa to invest in health of women, children in humanitarian settings

Xinhua 19 May 2022
While acknowledging that the climate crisis, COVID-19 pandemic and internal strife had taken a heavier toll on women, girls, children and the adolescents in Africa, Agama-Anyetei said providing them with nutritional support, clean water, sanitation and reproductive health services was paramount.
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Golf Fore Africa Hosts Event at CCNC In June

The Pilot 04 May 2022
Tickets are $150 per person and proceeds will benefit King’s service initiative called Golf Fore Africa, which focuses on funding clean water projects for rural communities in Zambia. "Golf Fore Africa is very excited to be hosting its demo clinic and cocktail reception at prestigious CCNC,” said World Golf Hall of Fame member King.
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Snares take their toll

Independent online (SA) 23 Apr 2022
The wildlife vet had to cut it out and clean it ...It’s been two-and-a-half years since the last trip and there’s been a lot of planning and preparation that has gone into this trip, logistics, servicing and branding vehicles, dusting and cleaning all the camping gear, just getting my head back into the game,.
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More Rain Falls in South Africa's Flood-ravaged Southeast

Beijing News 17 Apr 2022
This weekend's rainfall will not be 'as hectic as it was in the past few days,' according to Puseletso Mofokeng, South Africa Weather Service forecaster ... Volunteers clean up massive debris at the Durban harbor following heavy rains, mudslides and winds in Durban, South Africa, April 16, 2022.
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The Contract Cleaning Industry in South Africa 2022: Low Barriers to Entry Bodes Well For New & Growing Players - ResearchAndMarkets.com

The Call 22 Oct 2020
Companies Mentioned African Corporate Cleaning (Pty) Ltd AfriServ (Pty) Ltd Amber Support Solutions Ltd Aquazania Africa (Pty) Ltd Axis Cleaning and Support Services Ltd Axis Group Integrated Services Ltd Axis Security Services Ltd Bidshelf 56 (Pty) Ltd Bidshelf 83 (Pty) Ltd ...

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