Thursday, August 22, 2019
Egypt is set to construct 20 new cities of the fourth generation in bid to  improve life quality, increase residential area and absorb population surge in the most populous Arab country. Egyptian Prime Minister Mostapha Madbouly, confirmed the reports and...
Zambia and Zimbabwe have announced that construction works of Batoka Gorge hydro power plant which they co-share will commence next year. According to a statement from Zambezi River Authority (ZRA), feasibility studies are almost complete. Once engaged, the developer is expected...
WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC), the U.S. Government’s development finance institution, today launched its Connect Africa initiative which will mobilize more than $1 billion to projects that support transportation, communications, and value chains in Africa over the next...
The government of Ethiopia has awarded 12 solar energy development projects to three Chinese and one Spanish firm. According to the agreement signed by the Ethiopian Electric Utility, the energy projects will be distributed across...
The government of Malawi has announced plans to construct a netball and football academies in the country to enable naturing of young talents which will then open opportunities for them in Europe and the rest of the world. The county’s...
The African Development Bank (AfDB) has agreed to loan the Tanzanian government over US $18m for the construction of 110.2km Dodoma city outer ring-road, rehabilitation and/or replacement of existing drainage structures and the construction of new additional drainage structures. This is...
Construction has just begun on Cameroon’s first destination retail and leisure mall; this is according to Actis which is the leading growth markets investor. The mall is Phase 1 of the development which also includes a business park hosting a hotel...

The Energy Commission of Nigeria has foreseen a growth of up to 100,000MW electricity generation in the country by 2030. According to Eli Bala, the ECN’s Director-General, the projection would be possible with an annual economic growth rate of 7% as well as...
In oder to provide accelerated access to affordable and sustainable energy sources in the Niger Delta, Nigerian off-grid energy investment company, All On, has signed pacts with three firms. The firm said its target is to provide electricity to over...
A Moroccan company Themis has signed a partnership agreement with Nigeria’s Kingline Development to install a US $600 m gas-fired power plant in the state of Ondo in Nigeria. Tas Anvaripour, CEO of Neo Themis, confirmed the reports and said...
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