Monday, July 22, 2019
Sub-Saharan African economies are still recovering from the slowdown in 2015-16, but growth is slower than expected, according to the October 2018 issue of Africa’s Pulse, the bi-annual analysis of the state of African economies by the World Bank. The...
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...
Wärtsilä is set to engineer, manufacture and deliver a 130MW Flexicycle power plant, which will form an integral part of Senegal's energy future. The Flexicycle solution is based on a gas, multi-fuel, or liquid fuel power plant combined with a...
Kenya has increased production of cheap hydropower following heavy rains that have filled up dams. Acording to Rebecca Miano, KenGen Managing Director, the overflowing dams will boost power generation in the country and also ensure stability of supply. Currrently, Masinga Dam, the...
The Namibian government, through the Interim renewable energy feed-in tariff project, has managed to connect nine of the 14 projects to the national electricity grid. The interim renewable energy feed-in tariff (REFIT) projects managed to feed a total of...
The Lagos State Government is set to embark on the reconstruction and upgrade of Taiwo Adewunmi and Imafidon Crescent in Oko-Oba GRA Scheme 1 in Lagos in a bid to reduce vehicular travel time. State Commissioner for Physical Planning and Urban...
The Democratic Republic of Congo gave two groups of investors a four-week deadline to submit a joint proposal on the development of the multi-billion dollar Inga 3 hydropower plant. The government signed an accord with Chinese and Spanish consortia this...
Zambia held a ground breaking ceremony to mark the beginning of construction of TAZARA memorial park that will commemorate the Chinese who died during the construction of the Tanzania-Zambia Railway. The ceremony was attended by...
Egypt is set to receive US $200m loan from European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) to finance the construction of City Centre Almaza, a new retail and entertainment centre in the country. Construction of the City Centre Almaza, is planned to be...
El Gestor de Infraestructuras de Telecomunicaciones de Guinea Ecuatorial (GITGE) is officially inaugurating Equatorial Guinea’s new Ceiba-2 fiber optic cable project during a private event on June 4 in Malabo. Keynotes for the launch of the state-of-the-art fiber optic cable...
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