Tuesday, October 27, 2020
Construction of 40 MW Malindi solar photovoltaic project in Kenya has commenced. Globeleq, project developers and Africa’s leading independent power producer announced the reports. The project which is located about 120 km Northeast of Mombasa...
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...
Malawian-based independent power producer, JCM Matswani Solar Corp, seeks to develop a 40MW solar photovoltaic (PV)project. The power producer has issued a Request for Expression of Interest, to select EPC contractors for the solar PV project to be located in the...
The government of Zimbabwe has announced to have completed construction of US $3.5m Dry Port Facility at Walvis Bay in Namibia. Namibian Ambassador to Zimbabwe Balbina Daes Pienaar broke the news during her country’s 29th Independence anniversary celebrations. Construction of...
Construction works of US $3.5m world class cruise ship terminal at the Port of Mombasa is set to be completed in August next year. Tourism and Wildlife Cabinet Secretary (CS) Najib Balala confirmed the reports and said that completion of the cruise ship...
The Uganda National Roads Authority (Unra) has announced that the new Nile Bridge is undergoing fresh repairs in respect to replacing the old temporary layer with a permanent one. Unra Public Relations officer, Mr Mark Ssali who announced the reports said that...
Constructions works on Africa’s biggest Aids drug factory in Kenya has commenced and is being developed under a partnership between the government and the Global Fund and local drug manufacturers at cost of US $100m. County’s Medical Director Jackson Kioko...
By Anita Chepkoech The government is negotiating with China for a loan of about Sh370 billion to complete the third phase of the standard gauge railway. According to Kenya Railways Acting...
The government of Malawi has signed a US $150m IFC InfraVentures, an investment fund of the World Bank Group for the construction of Mpatamanga hydroelectric project in southern Malawi. The financial institution will  be responsible in all decisions relating to the development of...
Malawi and Japan recently signed a grant aid agreement of US $3.4m for the improvement of water supply and revenue generation in Lilongwe through reduction of water loss. The grant aid will finance a project for the improvement of...
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