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A Huawei store in Pretoria, South Africa. PHOTOGRAPHER: WALDO SWIEGERS/BLOOMBERG August 19, 2020 Even as Europeans and Asians join Trump’s ban, the Chinese company continues to prosper from the continent’s move toward 5G. By Loni Prinsloo A year ago in June, South African President Cyril Ramaphosa got a letter that painted an alarming picture of his country’s economic...
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Photo: iStockphotoEskom’s six-unit coal-fired Medupi power plant, which has taken more than a decade to build and is undergoing boiler modifications to fix engineering errors. A legacy of deferred maintenance, mismanagement, and massive debt for underperforming power plants built by South African utility Eskom may be tough to overcome 04 Aug 2020 By David Wagman Optimists...
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04 Aug 2020 Researchers say bigger issues — poverty, corruption, inequality — can undermine rural energy programs if unaddressed. By Maria Gallucci In Zimbabwe, where access to the electrical grid is sparse and unreliable, millions of people still burn wood to cook food and heat their homes. The practice is partly to blame for worsening deforestation...
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Our EMFSA July 2020 Newsletter is available at: https://mailchi.mp/af1fb0301395/emf-news “For the Safer Use of Technology”
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On 11 February 2019, the Voice of America website published a summary of the corruption allegations and charges against Huawei. •In 2012 (Huawei), along with ZTE, was found guilty of bribery in Algeria and fined $39,000 and excluded from public contracts for two years. Local French language news site Presse-DZ reported that international arrest warrants...
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A new organization was launched last week to expose concealed information about the health and safety risks of mobile phones. The Mobile Phone Whistleblower Project – an initiative of Whistleblowing International – is calling on citizens – especially current and former employees of Motorola and other mobile phone and communications companies – to report information about...
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For more information please see: https://www.mobile-phone-whistleblowing.org/
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