Monthly Archives: July 2019

شركة البلوكتشين الناشئة بلفريكس تستعد لأول جولة تمويل لها

كوالالمبور، ماليزيا، 31 تموز/يوليو، 2019 / بي آر نيوزواير / — تستعد شركة بلفريكس، وهي شركة بلوكتشين ناشئة وشبكة عالمية من مؤشرات الأرصدة الرقمية وحلول بلوكتشين المعتمدة، لجمع مبلغ 30 مليون دولار من خلال جولتها

Launch ceremony of the Aberdare High Voltage manufacturing plant

SUZHOU, China, July 31, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — On July 25, 2019, Hengtong Aberdare Cables held a grand unveiling ceremony for the launch of the Aberdare high voltage manufacturing plant in Port Elizabeth, South Africa.

Mr. Ebrahim Patel, and Ambassador Lin Songtian unveiled the Aberdare high-voltage cable production line.

The …

Bambu Raises US$10 Million in Series B Funding

New funding to accelerate the company’s geographical expansion and scalability of technology.

SINGAPORE, July 31, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Bambu (www.bambu.life), a Singapore-based leading global provider of digital wealth technology, today announced the closure …

Algerian Justice Minister Fired Amid Anti-Graft Probes

Algeria’s interim president fired the justice minister on Wednesday and named the Algiers public prosecutor to replace him, the presidency said, amid a series of corruption investigations involving allies of former President Abdelaziz Bouteflika.

Abdelkader …

Fears Growing Congo’s Ebola Could Spread to Neighboring Countries

As the Ebola epidemic in the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo enters its second year, experts from the World Health Organization (WHO) are voicing concern about the growing risk of the virus spreading to neighboring …

Pelosi Calls Visit to Ghana Transformative’

Four hundred years after the first ship of enslaved Africans sailed to America, U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi condemned the “grave evil” of slavery in a speech Wednesday to Ghana’s parliament.

The California Democrat, who …

Sudan Protests Continue as Authorities Close Schools

Hundreds of protestors rallied in the central Sudanese city of Obeid Tuesday after security forces shot and killed six demonstrators, including five students, on Monday.

“Blood for blood, we don’t want compensation,” marchers chanted, according …