Tags » Power Cuts

Shedding the load

In Zambia the rainy season starts in November and ends in late March. The country relies on this rain to fill the rivers that flow into the mighty Zambezi, which in turn fills the Kariba Dam, which generates the nation’s electricity as well as an excess that is exported to some neighbouring countries. 420 more words

DUMSƆ Is A Planned and Deliberate Inconvenience: A Conspiracy Theory Pt. 1

This article is going try to leave the realm of technicalities and focus on the layman perspective


Since May 2012, Ghana has been plunged into a state of power crisis which has almost become a culture in this country. 797 more words


Help is on the Horizon

Hopefully today is the day that we finally get back the internet, an internet engineer is coming to have a look at the wires outside and the box in the house and will then be able to fix the problem (fingers crossed). 889 more words


Nigeria's Buhari must start his presidency facing crippling fuel scarcity and power cuts

With the handover of president Goodluck Jonathan to Muhammadu Buhari coming in a few days on May 29, many Nigerians cannot wait for the resumption of governance that will hopefully resolve some of the problems that appear to defy solution. 496 more words

Jack reblogged this on Universal Journal Review.

Power Cuts Harm South African Factory Output

The Pound Sterling to South African Rand exchange rate firmed to a session high of 18.2660 on Tuesday as the UK markets re-opened following the bank holiday weekend and as domestic data out of Africa’s most developed economy weighed upon the Rand. 115 more words

South Africa

Rained Out

There was a time when rain signified happy things. Splashing in muddy puddles without a care for the spotless order of clothes, or the world – in the form of neighbors or passersby who liked to ogle with a horrified look on their faces. 581 more words

Sepia Tones - A Potpourri Of Nostalgic Notes