Tundu Lissu, the head of Tanzania's largest opposition CHADEMA, has called out President John Magufuli and the CCM government for committing electoral fraud. "We didn't have an election. We got a complete fraud," Lissu tells The Africa Report.
Energy: Morocco’s clean windfall
The first 44 of 131 wind turbines at one of Africa’s largest wind farms in Tarfaya, southwest Morocco, went on line in April.
The project is a step in the plan for the country to generate 42 percent of its electricity needs from renewable sources by 2020.
A total of 88 turbines have so far been erected at the 10,000 hectares site along the southern Atlantic coastline.
Work on the €500m ($685m) Tarfaya project began in early 2013, and the remaining turbines are due to become operational in October, 2014.
The Tarfaya wind energy farm is expected to produce up to 300MW at full capacity.
Moroccan company Nareva Holding and France’s GDF Suez are constructing the wind farm.