Sunday, November 18, 2018
The Minister of Railway Development Mr. Joe Ghartey Tuesday said over 1,400 kilometer (KM) railway lines, expected to cost about $7.8 billion, would be created between three cities notably the Volta lake city, Ashanti rail city and the Paga rail city. According...
HARARE, Dec. 6 (Xinhua) -- China on Wednesday agreed to provide Zimbabwe with a funding of about 213 million U.S. dollars for infrastructure development projects. The funding includes those for the expansion and upgrading of the country's flagship airport, the...
In recent years, many economies in sub-Saharan Africa have grown at an unparalleled rate. Economic fortunes are on the upswing, populations are booming and international investment is flowing into the continent. A consequence of this has been a commensurate increase...
Address by Ms Nomvula Mokonyane, Minister of Water and Sanitation at the Water Infrastructure Investment Summit held at the Sandton Convention Centre, City of Johannesburg Programme Director, Gabsie Mathenjwa David Mahlobo, Minister of Energy Lindiwe Zulu, Minister of Small Business Pam Tshwete, Deputy...
Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA) Secretary General Sindiso Ngwenya said, in an interview with Daily News Egypt, that the Egyptian initiative to establish logistical centres in a number of African countries is a laudable initiative. Ngwenya added...
Ivory Coast and Burkina Faso on Monday began work to overhaul and expand a single-track rail line connecting Abidjan to the Burkinabe capital that is a vital link between the Sahel and Atlantic coast. Renovating the 1,260-kilometre (782-mile) track —...
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)...
Reflecting on progress on the Zambia, Tanzania and Kenya (ZTK) power interconnector project since 2014, Kenya demonstrates readiness so far. According to the East African Business, the Kenya section is fully financed and already under construction, while Zambia requires $160...
Following up on the recently implemented special electricity tariffs for large businesses and manufacturers, Kenya asserts its commitment to attract investors. Business Daily reported that the east African country is rolling out a number of projects to lower the cost...
Governments remain the single largest developers of infrastructure projects - a common thread emanating from the 2017 edition of the Deloitte Africa Construction Trends Report. This is supported by the fact that governments own between 57% and 90% of...
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