Sunday, September 23, 2018
The Ethiopian Shipping and Logistics Service Enterprise has revealed plans to construct four dry ports in the coming two years. The ports are expected to create market chains with the expanding industrial parks and railway lines. In addition to the Dire Dawa...
Mozambique may be one of the world’s more financially troubled economies, but that has not stopped it from closing one of the region’s most ambitious energy deals. Despite defaulting in 2017 and lying to the IMF about some $2bn in...
With over 40 years’ experience in the industry and a founding partner of Hemson Consulting Ltd, an advisory firm specialising in planning policy, municipal finance and related issues, Hughes is the first RICS President based in Canada. “We must develop...
Egypt’s ministry of power will offer tenders in the first quarter of 2018 for the development of solar power plants with a cumulative capacity of 500MW. Arab and international companies presented their offers to the New and Renewable Energy Authority...
The Government of Gabon through its financial institution, Caisse des Dépôts et Consignations (CDC) has signed an agreement with ENGIE to construct eight hybrid solar power plants with a combined capacity of 2.2 MW in the country. Construction of the...
Underserved communities and businesses in rural Kenya are soon going to access the energy they need to improve their lives and boost their economy. Renewvia Energy, a solar energy solutions provider is helping achieve this milestone. Renewvia conducted a year-long...
US $9m housing units are set to be constructed in Kajiado County by Kenya Pipeline Company Pension Scheme. This will be its first real estate investment of such an amount in a 101-maisonette gated community in Kitengela, Kajiado County. Scheme...
The African Development Bank is set to unveil its power plan that will see 29.3 million people in the continent get connected to power by 2020. The bank is investing heavily in ways to help the estimated 640 million...
Experts see the partnership between Morocco and Nigeria as a model for opening the path to South-South cooperation in Africa.
Swissport Tanzania plans to invest US $1.8m on ground equipment at the Kilimanjaro International Airport (KIA) to improve export handling facilities. “Aviation technology is changing rapidly and to be competitive we have to keep abreast of the trends by investing heavily....

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