Monday, November 19, 2018
Malawi is set to receive US $102m fund for the Lilongwe Water and Sanitation project (LWSP) following an approval from the World Bank to fund the project. LWSP co-task team leader, Mr. Odete Maximpua confirmed the reports and said the fund...
The Japanese company Tohoku Electric said on Monday it has signed a sales and purchase agreement to buy up to 280,000 metric tonnes a year of liquefied natural gas (LNG) a year from Mozambique. The gas will come from the...
Construction of the 52Km Koka-Adulala-Bishoftu asphalt concrete road in Ethiopia is complete. Aser Construction Plc, Ethiopia based construction company executed the road construction project at a cost of US $26.1m while Net Consult Consulting Engineers & Architects Plc designed the road. The completed road...
Kenya has signed a US $147m credit facility agreement with France to finance the Mwache Dam project with the aim of improving drinking water and sanitation systems in Mombasa. According to the Treasury Cabinet Secretary Henry Rotich, the facility, extended by Agence...
The Ugandan cabinet has authorized US $150m loan from the International Development Association (IDA), a member of the World Bank Group, for the construction of safe water sources in more than 20 districts, municipalities, town councils and refuge hosting areas across...
It is without doubt that China is an emerging superpower, a position currently occupied by the United States of America. China’s rising power, politically and economically is evident in all aspects of the global economy. China’s rising global stature has...
Sweden’s development finance institution Swedfund has invested SEK 126m in the Evolution II Fund, which is focused on clean energy supply and resource efficiency in Sub-Saharan Africa. Sweden’s development finance institution Swedfund has invested SEK 126m in the Evolution II...
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...
Considering the strong growth in mobile subscription and mobile broadband across West African countries, Nigeria inclusive, a new GSMA study, which was released at the recently concluded Mobile 360 African Forum in Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire, has predicted that the mobile industry in...
On Thursday, the World Bank revealed that in fiscal year 2018, 32.1% of its financing had climate co-benefits – already exceeding the target set in 2015 that 28% of its lending volume would be climate-related by 2020. “We have not...
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