Lagos conducts over 42,000 COVID-19 tests as 177 dies, COVID-19 cases worldwide now 11.34 million and more
Here is why you should pick up a copy of The Guardian on Monday. Find these stories and much more when you grab a copy of The Guardian on the newsstands on Monday.
Nigeria, North South Power ink concession agreement for 30MW hydro plant
Nigeria’s Minister of Water Resources, Suleiman Adamu says the Federal Government has signed a concession agreement for the Gurara 30 megawatts hydropower plant with North-South Power Company. Joining CNBC Africa to discuss the details of the agreement is Olubunmi Peters, Executive Vice Chairman and CEO of North South Power.
Nigeria Government to distribute food to families in Lagos, Ogun, Abuja, Rainstorm wreaks havoc in Bayelsa and more
Here is why you should pick up a copy of The Guardian on Tuesday. Find these stories and much more when you grab a copy of The Guardian on the newsstands on Tuesday.
Nigeria's solar-powered school
Fed up with frequent power cuts, one school in Nigeria now generates its own electricity. The initial investment is paying off, and the school encourages children to value a sustainable future.
Nigerians to pay more for electricity in 2020
Electricity consumers in Nigeria will pay more tariff from April this year, a Minor Review of the Multi-Year Tariff Order (MYTO) 2015 and the Minimum Remittance Order (MRO) for 2020 published by Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC) has shown.
South Africa power crisis: Severe blackouts shut down mines
South Africa is facing severe electricity crisis, causing power cuts and mine closures. President Cyril Ramaphosa has had to cut short his official visit to Egypt and come home to deal with the problem.
Can India realize its ambitious renewable energy targets?
Electricity demand in India is growing exponentially and the government wants to boost renewable energy generation capacity to partly meet the increasing demand. But huge challenges remain. Murali Krishnan reports.
A solar off-the-grid school in Nigeria
In the face of power supply challenges, a school in Nigeria has decided to generate its own electricity. Not only does that make the school more self-sufficient, it’s also helping the environment and encourages children to value a sustainable future.