Tuesday, June 25, 2019
The International Finance Corporation (IFC) is scouting for investments in Kenya’s healthcare sector through a Sh11 billion ($107 million) Dutch-based private equity fund it backs. The IFC, the World Bank’s private lending arm, says the Investment Fund for Health in...
New financing mechanisms are helping to increase rice production in Nigeria. The country has a long way to go, however, before it has the milling capacity and irrigation systems needed to become self-sufficient, and can begin seeking export markets. For...
According to findings released by GlobalData, ExxonMobil is set to explore one of Ghana’s 21 licensed upstream oil and gas blocks. 14 of the blocks are in ultra-deep water, two are in deep water, and five are in shallow water,...

Luanda — Angola's capacity grew to 1,108 MW in 2017, from 400 MW in 2016, becoming one of the five largest powers in the continent in this sector. The local Laúca and Cambambe dams put the country on the list...
Chinese energy firm TBEA will invest in a 180 million euro ($209 million) hydropower project in Gabon alongside the West African country’s sovereign wealth fund, a Gabonese official said on Saturday. Construction will begin “pretty soon” on the project, which...
As Caribbean countries come to terms with the devastating effects of the recent hurricanes (Irma and Maria) that ravaged the region in September, experts are warning that the chronic underdevelopment of hydrometeorological technology and services in Africa is leaving...
Construction work on Kampala City roads has finally kicked-off. For the last couple of years, Kampala residents have been grappling with traffic congestion which is partly blamed on potholes on various roads. However, there is a sigh of relief following the...
South Africa through the Department of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs has committed US $37.6m to water projects in Cape Town following severe drought experienced in the city. According to Cape Town Mayor Patricia De Lille, the droughts resulted in three years of very low rainfall.The...
Ireland can leverage its experience in construction services and project financing to facilitate the Belt and Road Initiative and Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area infrastructure construction projects, the minister of state at the Department of Finance in Ireland, Michael...
The largest airport in Senegal will open its doors on December 7, after more than a decade of development and delays. Blaise Diagne International (AIBD) will have initial capacity for three million passengers per year, rising to 10 million per...
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