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Kenya To Open Vehicle Assembly Plant For Peugeot And Citroen Cars


F rance’s PSA Group, the maker of Peugeot and Citroen cars, has signed a deal with the Kenyan government to open a vehicle assembly plant in Kenya this year. Check also: Mercedes Launches Its Most Expensive Car Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta of Kenya and France’s Economy and Finance Minister Michel Sapin signed the deal on Saturday at the State House in ...

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Rwanda To Open Recycling Plant For Old Phones And Computers By End of the Month

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Old computers, mobile phones and other electronic gadgets will soon be put to good use following the completion of a recycling plant scheduled to open in Bugesera District this month. Check also: Here’s Why Rwanda’s Capital, Kigali Wants Businesses Out Of Residential Areas According to officials, final touches are being put at the plant that will dismantle and recycle electronic and ...

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Airbnb CEO Brian Chesky Gives Free Accomodation To Those Affected By Trump’s Travel Ban

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On Saturday, an executive order prohibiting citizens from seven Muslim-majority nations – Iraq, Iran, Yemen, Libya, Somalia, Syria, and Sudan – came into effect. It doesn’t matter if you’re a lawful permanent resident of the United States, or have a visa to come in; if you’re from one of these countries, you simply will not be allowed to cross the ...

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Morocco Soon Getting Africa’s High-speed Train


The first high-speed train in Africa is flashing along the Atlantic coast of Morocco.The French-made double-decker TGVs are being tested ahead of the launch of a flagship new line connecting Tangier with Morocco’s economic capital Casablanca in 2018. Check also: Morocco Is building The largest Concentrated Solar Power Plant In The World The new trains can reach speeds of 200 miles ...

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Zimbabwe’s Mobile Phone Network, NetOne Reintroduced Low Priced Data Packages

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STATE-owned mobile phone network, NetOne, says it has reintroduced low priced data packages as part of its efforts to offer affordable products. In a statement on Wednesday, NetOne said it had captured many new subscribers in the aftermath of the recent aborted attempts to increase mobile data floor prices. Check also: Zimbabwe’s Richest Man Agreed To Buy Neotel For $430 Million ...

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