Sunday, February 17, 2019
BEIJING, Dec. 5 (Xinhua) -- China's growing presence in the international arena to foster a community of shared future for mankind was further evidenced recently by two fruitful meetings of leaders of China, Central and Eastern European countries (CEEC)...
NamWater has started to repair the two pumping lines that convey water from the Calueque Dam into the canal which feeds northern Namibia. The two pumping lines at the Calueque Dam started leaking in December 2017, just before the...
The Maputo–Katembe Bridge in Mozambique, Africa’s longest suspension bridge that cost whopping US $750m has officially been opened to traffic. Financed by China and built by China Road and Bridge Corporation, the project began in June 2014. The entire structure is nearly 3km long,...
The eThekwini Municipality has rejected an unsolicited bid to develop the Virginia Airport. In a statement released on Thursday the Municipality said while its Bid Adjudication Committee had rejected this bid it would consider future bids based on merit. In 2015...
Mastercard has completed its acquisition of mobile payments technology company Oltio from Standard Bank Group. The acquisition builds on Mastercard’s longstanding relationship with Oltio, a startup that pioneered and patented several mobile payments and banking solutions, including an authentication...
Tanzania presses on with its ambition to build a 2,100-megawatts (MW) hydroelectric power plant in the Selous Game Reserve despite warnings from conservationists about the adverse effect of such a project on animals in one of the world’s largest game reserves. During...
Dar es Salaam Water and Sewerage Authority (DAWASA) and Dar es Salaam Water and Sewerage Corporation (DAWASCO) are set to merge by July this year. According to the Deputy Minister for Water and Irrigation, Jumaa Aweso, the main aim of the...
The Namibian government, through the Interim renewable energy feed-in tariff project, has managed to connect nine of the 14 projects to the national electricity grid. The interim renewable energy feed-in tariff (REFIT) projects managed to feed a total of...
The African Development Bank (AfDB), in a bid to improve renewable energy development, will spend US $12bn in Burkina Faso, Djibouti, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Mali, Mauritania, Niger, Nigeria, Senegal, Sudan and Chad. The objective is to provide power for household use, Small and Medium...
Construction works of Bamburi Cement at its Nairobi Grinding Plant is now complete with the commissioning of the US $40m plant planned for the last quarter of this year. This initiative will see cement production for the company with the new line...
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