Monthly Archives: April 2018

Hanergy lance une campagne RSE afin d’apporter un éclairage solaire accessible en Afrique

« Humbrella », le film fin à énergie solaire de la société, contribuera à développer l’accès à une électricité propre et gratuite BEIJING, 30 avril 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Hanergy, une entreprise multinationale pionnière dans le domaine des énergies renouvelables, a annoncé ce jour le lancement

Kaztec Adds Shipbuilder, Naval Architect

LAGOS, NIGERIA / ACCESSWIRE / April 30, 2018 / Kaztec Engineering Ltd. (www.kaztec-eng.com), a 100 percent indigenous leader in the fabrication of drilling and production platforms and other specialized structures for the oil and gas industry, has engaged Peter John Burbage,

Standard Chartered Bank publishes children’s book to celebrate the legacy of one of Liverpool Football Club’s most cherished former players and managers, ‘King’ Kenny Dalglish

SINGAPORE, April 30, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Today, Principal Club Sponsor Standard Chartered Bank is launching King Kenny, a children’s book, to celebrate the life and legacy of Kenny Dalglish, the much-loved former Liverpool Football Club (LFC) player and manager. The

‘Contraceptives do not cause infertility’

Windhoek An obstetrics and gynaecology specialist has demystified believes that women who use contraceptives run the risk of infertility, especially if they have not had children.Dr Shonag Mackenzie, a senior lecturer at the University of Namibia's Hea...

Thirty percent of deaths are due to heart diseases

Windhoek In Namibia, 30 percent of all deaths are a result of cardiovascular diseases, a cardiologist has said.Dr Simon Beshir, a cardiologist at the Roman Catholic and Windhoek Central hospitals, told New Era that cardiovascular diseases are also resp...

What drives men away from HIV testing, care and treatment services?

There is evidence accumulating and indicating that men and young boys in Namibia, and in Africa in general, are not accessing HIV services as often as their female counterparts. What is your take on this?Well, the focus of the HIV