Daily Archives: April 16, 2018

nChain Releases Nakasendo™ Software Development Kit

LONDON, April 16, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — nChain, the global leader in research and development of blockchain technologies, is pleased announce that it has completed version 1.0 of its new Nakasendo™ software development kit (SDK).  The SDK is being made available now

Hanergy Unveils Next Generation Hantile Solution

Company’s new solar-embedded roof tile once again sets the standard for energy efficient buildings BEIJING, April 15, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Hanergy today introduced a new generation of its flagship Hantile building product that is lighter, thinner, more flexible, and features superior performance.

South Sudan Protesters Gather in Washington to Denounce War

A couple dozen South Sudanese demonstrators and political activists, some aligned with the SPLM in Opposition (SPLM-IO), gathered in front of the White House Monday to protest the ongoing war in their native country.About 25 protesters chanted People o...

SOUTH AFRICA’S OCEANS FAST BECOMING BIGGEST DUMP SITE

CAPE TOWN-- It is said that every minute, one garbage truck of plastic is dumped into the South African oceans.South Africa is ranked as one of the 20 worst polluters of plastics in the oceans. South Africa occupies the southern

Ramaphosa Team to Seek $8 Billion Investment for South Africa

South African President Cyril Ramaphosa appointed a team of business and finance experts on Monday to hunt the globe for 100 billion rand ($8 billion) in investment to boost the ailing economy.The team of economic envoys includes two former finance

PARLIAMENT SEEKS VIEWS ON PLAN TO ALLOW SOUTH AFRICAN GOVT TO ...

CAPE TOWN--The Joint Constitutional Review Committee set up by the South African Parliament to review Section 25 of the Constitution to make it possible for the State to expropriate land without paying land owners compensation, has called for written p...

MORE THAN 100 SOUTH AFRICAN COMMUNITY RADIO STATIONS MAY SOON FALL ...

JOHANNESBURG-- More than 100 community radio stations in South African may soon have to go off the air because of their non-payment of signal distribution fees to Sentech, the company which offers signal distribution services to most of the country's

PRESIDENT RAMAPHOSA LEADS ANNUAL GANDHI WALK IN SOUTH AFRICA

JOHANNESBURG-- South African President Cyril Ramaphosa led nearly 5,000 people at the annual 'Gandhi Walk' in Lenasia, an Indian township south of Johannesburg, seeking to promote community awareness and fitness among his countrymen. This was the first...