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South Korea to transfer to Mozambique cutting-edge Gas & Energy technologies

(2015-07-06) A memorandum signed Thursday will initiate the transfer of advanced technologies to the country from an Asian powerhouse.

Mozambique and South Korea are two very different economies united in their desire to exploit the abundant resources they possess. 190 more words

July 2015

Mngereza Mzee reblogged this on Energy post.

Latest Analysis: A disconcerting hush, Mozambique waits to ride out the gas lull

A disconcerting hush has fallen over the Mozambican port city of Pemba. It has served as a drilling logistics hub for Eni and Anadarko in northern Mozambique, but is now merely a waiting room for the host of logistics firms, oil and gas service contractors, chandlers, hoteliers and catering firms that moved in two years ago. 328 more words

June 2015

Mngereza Mzee reblogged this on Energy post.

Lesson Learned: Appreciated or Taken for Granted

Today when we were walking around we started naming things we missed from the U.S. One thing that popped up was unlimited data and free/strong wifi. 74 more words


A Taste of the Expat Life in Tanzania

After a few days of being in Dar we got a little bored of the resort and decided to venture out in search of more local food and festivities. 231 more words


Answer revealed! - Postcard Monday

Happy Monday! So do you know where in the world we are? Here’s last week’s postcard fresh from my mailbox: 101 more words



Anti-gay demonstration takes place in Nairobi ahead of Obama visit
  • Dozens gathered in the Kenyan capital to protest LGBT rights and advocacy and warn President Obama against attempts to speak out on the issue in Kenya following the U.S.
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Law & Politics

Uncharted Africa!

5 Breathtaking African Destinations

There’s no doubt about it: Africa is proving to be one of the most popular (and colourful) travel destinations. The continent is saturated with historical monuments, beautiful cultures and natural wonders. 468 more words