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Uber is hoping to expand its imprint on public transpiration in Africa’s largest city. The ride-hailing firm is working on plans to help develop a bus system for Lagos, a gridlocked metropolis with over 20 million people.

Company representatives have met with transport officials from the city, toured the terminals of the newly-launched smart city buses, and discussed plans for collaboration


Uganda has signed an Inter-Governmental Agreement (IGA) with Russia to help the East African country build capacity to exploit nuclear technology for energy, medical and other peaceful purposes.

Under the agreement, the statement said, Russia will help Uganda with development of nuclear infrastructure and production and application of radioisotopes for industrial, healthcare and agricultural use.


The race to save the northern white rhinoceros from extinction is looking very hopeful.

The embryos are now stored in liquid nitrogen and will soon be transferred into a surrogate mother.


Gabon will become the latest African nation to receive funding to preserve its rain-forests to mitigate the effects of climate change.

As part of a 10-year deal announced on Sunday (Sept. 22), Norway will pay $150 million to Gabon to battle deforestation and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.