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Oracle opens its first African data centre in Johannesburg
Oracle opens its first African data centre in Johannesburg

American company Oracle has opened a data centre in South Africa to provide local cloud services across Africa for the first time...

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Real estate in the metaverse is booming
The big challenges for supply chains in 2022
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Kenyan conservationist Richard Leakey has died
Shell declares force majeure on Nigerian Forcados crude
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Chanel appoints Unilever veteran Leena Nair as new CEO
#BizTrends2022: Radio steps into a power pose
Ghana airport to fine airlines that bring unvaccinated passengers
Omicron variant hits revival of SA's international tourist trade
Tongaat shareholder Artemis backs investors in bid to stall rights offer
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Workers disgruntled over low wages and changes to terms and conditions of employment, go on strike outside a Makro store in Johannesburg on 19 November 2021. Source: Reuters/Sumaya Hisham
Shell wins court case to start seismic surveys offshore South Africa
Eskom CEO sees end to crisis in shift from coal
Shell eyes return to Libya with oil, gas, solar investments
No cruise ship cheer for Cape Town tourism amid Omicron alarm
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Nigeria's president says Aiteo oil spill will be 'speedily addressed'
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African nations mend and make do as China tightens Belt and Road
Congo president demands audit of mining registry to fight fraud
Tongaat to be majority held by Mauritius-based firm amidst debt woes
A woman works with a computer at the Technology trade show VivaTech in France, Paris, on 17 June 2021. Xose Bouzas / Hans Lucas 
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The cost of coal in South Africa: dirty skies, sick kids
Climate finance for a transition away from coal: a chance to change history in South Africa
Africa-focused Lekela plans to spend $2bn to double renewables capacity
Julia Selman Ayetey, lawyer for the 21 people, who where detained by police and accused of unlawful assembly and promoting an LGBTQ agenda, speaks to journalists at the Ho Circuit Court in Ho, Volta Region, Ghana 4 June 2021. Reuter/Francis Kokoroko/File Photo
Wan-Ifra Women in News Editorial Leadership Award names laureates
Egypt's Sawiris looks to battery metals, awaits nod on gold concessions
To reach net zero, we must decarbonise shipping. But two big problems are getting in the way
Congo Republic seeks Glencore loan deal within a year, says oil minister
Namibia to licence production near Okavango Delta if Canadian firm finds oil
Work set to start on Botswana coal mine in 2022 despite pressure
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Spanish firms seeking to sell stake in South African solar plant - sources
Nigeria races to find survivors as 22 die in building collapse
SA to receive $8.5bn from US, EU and UK to speed up shift from coal
Consistency in voting in the three most contested metros
#COP26: With funds short, Africans weigh green energy switch and fossil fuel cash
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