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ReconAfrica and Trinity Energy Confirmed as Gold Sponsors At African Energy Week
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ReconAfrica and Trinity Energy Confirmed as Gold Sponsors At African Energy Week

Both ReconAfrica and Trinity will be instrumental in facilitating dialogue, enhancing engagement, and driving the discussions that will shape Africa’s energy future in Johannesburg, South Africa. Following an elite group of high-level sponsors at the continent’s premier energy event, Canadian-based ReconAfrica and Trinity Energy have been confirmed as gold sponsors at African Energy Week (AEW) 2021 in Cape Town. With the event emphasizing the role that energy independents and explorers will play in enhancing Africa’s entire energy value chain and positioning the continent as a hydrocarbon contender, both Trinity and ReconAfrica will be instrumental in facilitating this dialogue. As a Canadian oil and gas company primarily focused on exploring the Kavango sedimentary basin in Nami...
South Africa Reopens MICE Destination, African Energy Week
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South Africa Reopens MICE Destination, African Energy Week

South Africa has reopened MICE Destination, African Energy Week(AEW) 2021 which will pave the way for large-scale, African hosted events in a post-COVID 19 context. The epoch making event will take place at Cape Town using a multi-venue event structure. African Energy Week 2021 is considered a trailblazer for other large-scale events committed to African venues post-COVID-19 Johannesburg, South Africa, November 2, 2021. As Africa approaches the end of 2021 and enters into a post-COVID-19 chapter, premier tourism destinations such as South Africa are beginning to reopen as Meetings, Incentives, Conventions and Exhibition (MICE) destinations. Cape Town, in particular, as one of the continent’s top MICE destinations, is ready to welcome business travellers back to its internation...
How South African Law student was butchered by lover
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How South African Law student was butchered by lover

A 23-year-old student, Nosicelo Mtebeni who was doing her final year at Fort Hare university was murdered and chopped by her 25-year-old lover, Aluta Pasile before packing her dismembered body in a suitcase for allegedly cheating on him.  According to reports available to The Daily Vendor Newspaper, Pasile confessed to the killing of his girlfriend and disposing of her body after cutting it.  The incident took place in a room they both shared in Quigney, East London after he managed to unlock Mtebeni’s phone while she was asleep on the 16th of August night. He said he confronted her the following day and the argument went physical. He pushed her against the wall, resulting in her sustaining fatal injuries.  It is also stated that for cover up he bought tools for cutting...