Monthly Archives: September 2022

In Moscow, South African Defense Minister Modise Aligns with Russia

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This article appears in the September 2, 2022 issue of Executive Intelligence Review.

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Africa Briefs

In Moscow, South African Defense Minister Modise Aligns with Russia

South Africa’s Defense Minister, Thandi Modise, attended the 10th Moscow Conference on International Security,

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Nigeria’s VP Rejects Deindustrialization Under ‘Climate Change’ Pretenses

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Volume 49, Number 34, September 2, 2022

Nigeria’s VP Rejects Deindustrialization Under ‘Climate Change’ Pretenses

Speaking at the inaugural meeting of Nigeria’s Energy Transition Plan, August 24, Nigerian Vice President Yemi Osinbajo said Nigeria alone will need $10 billion per year in investments—for the Read the rest

We travel to Harare with returning Zimbabweans

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Another passenger said sarcastically, “Thank you South Africa for having given me the opportunity to see the ocean and ships. I am from a landlocked country. I will not return because the ANC government has turned xenophobic. They have lost the confidence of the people Read the rest

Solar and Wind are Technologically Backward Forms of Energy Production

As pointed out in this article renewables are not progress, they are  backward forms of energy production. These lower energy dense systems will not sustain African populations at a higher standard of living. The highest energy density comes from nuclear. Africa must go nuclear to end poverty.

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Folly of capital allocation in SA for energy security

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In the Wall Street Journal on August 24, Richard Vanderford penned a piece, saying that Texas, in the US, had blacklisted BlackRock, BNP Paribas, UBS and other institutions for allegedly boycotting the fossil-fuel industry, the energy base of that state.

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