‫شركة GameChange Solar تفوز بتنفيذ مجموعة من المشروعات بقدرة 2.3 جيجا وات لتوفير نظام Genius Trackers™ في فلوريدا بالولايات المتحدة الأمريكية

نورووك، ولاية كونيتيكت, 21 يناير 2023/PRNewswire/ — أعلنت شركة GameChange Solar اليوم عن فوزها بتنفيذ مجموعة من المشروعات يبلغ إجمالي قدرتها 2.3 جيجا وات في ولاية فلوريدا بالولايات المتحدة الأمريكية. وتضم هذه الأنظمة مواقع مصممة هندسيًا لرياح تبلغ سرعتها 150 ميل في الساعة. وقد صرح ديريك بوتا، الرئيس التنفيذي للشؤون التجارية في شركة GameChange Solar […]

نورووك، ولاية كونيتيكت, 21 يناير 2023/PRNewswire/ — أعلنت شركة GameChange Solar اليوم عن فوزها بتنفيذ مجموعة من المشروعات يبلغ إجمالي قدرتها 2.3 جيجا وات في ولاية فلوريدا بالولايات المتحدة الأمريكية. وتضم هذه الأنظمة مواقع مصممة هندسيًا لرياح تبلغ سرعتها 150 ميل في الساعة.

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وقد صرح ديريك بوتا، الرئيس التنفيذي للشؤون التجارية في شركة GameChange Solar ، قائلًا: “إن قدرة نظامنا المتين Genius Tracker ™ (جينيس تراكر) على تحمل سرعات رياح تتجاوز 150 ميلًا في الساعة قد أدت دورًا حاسمًا في قدرتنا على الفوز بهذه المجموعة العملاقة من المشروعات”.

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South Africa: Zulus commemorate anniversary of epic win over British

ISANDLWANA (South Africa), Wearing ceremonial animal hides, bone necklaces and brandishing spears, the Zulu warriors prepared for battle against the British redcoats on Saturday in a re-enactment of one of the most humiliating defeats inflicted on colo…

ISANDLWANA (South Africa), Wearing ceremonial animal hides, bone necklaces and brandishing spears, the Zulu warriors prepared for battle against the British redcoats on Saturday in a re-enactment of one of the most humiliating defeats inflicted on colonial troops in South Africa.

At the foot of the Isandlwana hill, which gave its name to the epic battle, the rocky ground is warmed by a blazing southern summer sun.

It was in this spot in South Africa’s southeast KwaZulu-Natal province that some 20,000 Zulu warriors attacked a British garrison and crushed the rifle-wielding soldiers after hours of fierce and bloody hand-to-hand combat on Jan 22, 1879.

“That day, we defeated the British. That battle is a source of pride for Zulu people and that’s how we built the Zulu nation,” Simelane Velaphi, playing a warrior, said.

The Anglo-Zulu War is notable for several particularly bloody battles, including an opening victory of the Zulus at the Battle of Isandlwana.

On that fateful day, there were few survivors with over 1,300 British soldiers killed with the Zulus also suffering heavy casualties.

The crowd of spectators included the Zulu king and dignitaries from the First Welsh Battalion.

The war established the warrior legend of South Africa’s largest ethnic group.

The Zulus make up nearly a fifth of South Africa’s 11 million people.

A smattering of English tourists watched the re-enactment, decked in colonial hats and walking shoes, and inspected stone memorial engraved with the names of Imperial soldiers who died “for Queen and country”.

Small mounds of white pebbles mark the tombs of the fallen on the battlefield, now a protected heritage site.

“The bravery of both sides must be honoured,” says British army officer John Murphy, a guest at the ceremony.

More than a century ago news of the crushing defeat of the British army, the backbone of an empire that spanned the globe, caused shock waves throughout Europe.

In the midst of the Industrial Revolution, Britain needed raw materials and labour.

The discovery of diamond mines in Kimberley but also gold and coal was coveted by the English colony in Cape Town.

Zulu King Cetshwayo resisted, and used the techniques of earlier influential monarch Shaka, a miliary genius who established the “ox head” tactic which was deployed on the day of the famous battle.

The British were stormed from the flanks, before being finished off in a dazzling frontal attack.

The Zulu triumph was short-lived. The following night, the British army inflicted the first of a series of definitive setbacks for the Zulu kingdom.

Nevertheless history retains the improbable victory of spears against guns.

Source: NAM NEWS NETWORK

Pope’s Congo Visit Seeks to Heal ‘Still Bleeding’ Wounds, Envoy Says

KINSHASA — Pope Francis’s visit to the Democratic Republic of Congo will remind the world not to ignore decades-long conflicts that have beset the mineral-rich nation and wrecked the lives of millions, the Vatican’s envoy to Kinshasa said.Francis is ex…

KINSHASA — Pope Francis’s visit to the Democratic Republic of Congo will remind the world not to ignore decades-long conflicts that have beset the mineral-rich nation and wrecked the lives of millions, the Vatican’s envoy to Kinshasa said.

Francis is expected to visit Congo from Jan. 31 to Feb. 3, the first visit of a pope since 1985. Major preparations have been underway in the vast country, home to the largest Roman Catholic community in Africa.

“The Congo which receives the Pope today is not the same as the one which welcomed Pope John Paul II 38 years ago,” Ettore Balestrero, the Vatican’s envoy to Kinshasa, told Reuters.

“Unfortunately, there have been wars and conflicts that continue. He comes to console the people; he comes to heal wounds that are still bleeding.”

He said the mineral-rich central African nation has 45 million Catholics. The country has struggled with instability and conflicts since the 1990s that have killed millions and given rise to dozens of militias, some of which remain active.

The pope had planned to visit the eastern city of Goma when the trip was officially announced, but that leg of the trip has been canceled following the resurgence of fighting between the army and the M23 rebel group.

“Congo is a moral emergency that cannot be ignored,” Balestrero said.

The pope is expected to meet victims from the east of the country on Feb. 1 and leaders of Catholic charities, according to the program of his visit shared by the Vatican.

The Catholic Church plays an important role in the Congo. It manages around 40% of the country’s health structure. About six million students are taught in nursery, primary and secondary schools run by the church, Balestrero said.

It also runs one of the biggest and most trusted election observation missions.

“Historically, the Church in this country has accompanied the consolidation of democratic consciousness and has often been the spokesperson for the most urgent needs of the population,” Balestrero added.

Source: Voice of America