Tuesday, July 16, 2019
The Mekin hydroelectric Dam infrastructure is all set in Cameroon after the prediction by the African Development Bank in its 2018 African Economic outlook that additional hydroelectric development projects will fast-track industrialization in the country. The government is now planning a full...
The County government of Kisumu in Kenya has broken ground for the construction of a US $10m cancer center project amidst reports of increased cancer cases. Speaking during the breaking ceremony, Kisumu County Governor Prof. Anyang’ Nyong’o expressed confidence saying...
April 10 (Renewables Now) - The Investec-managed Emerging Africa Infrastructure Fund (EAIF) has secured USD 385 million (EUR 311m) in new long-term debt capital through its latest fundraising round, it was announced today. EAIF was created to mobilise capital from...
South Africa has officially launched the R114 road rehabilitation project in Gauteng near Muldersdrift in the West Rand. Speaking during the launch ceremony, Gauteng MEC for Roads and Transport, Ismail Vadi said that the road project is in with...
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...
South African state-owned power utility Eskom, has announced that its planned interruption of bulk supply to Khai Ma Local Municipality has been suspended after a sustainable payment agreement has been reached.    “Interruptions due to non-payment of Khai Ma Local Municipality’s...
Ethiopia will continue with the construction of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) on River Nile despite Egypt disapproval; Seleshi Bekele, the Ethiopian minister of water, electricity and irrigation has said. His remarks comes even as a ternary meeting to...
If American, Japanese, and emerging economies’ policymakers had hoped to pressure the World Bank and International Monetary Fund (IMF) to drop their policies of refusing to fund coal power projects, they were ultimately disappointed. Instead, the World Bank and...
DAR ES SALAAM (Reuters) - Tanzania has approached the African Development Bank (AfDB) to finance a 2,100-megawatt (MW) hydroelectric plant in a World Heritage site renowned for its animal population, despite concerns from conservationists. The East African nation considers the...
Zimbabwe is set to construct four water treatment plants and rehabilitate existing ones at a cost of US $273m. Chinese company Sinohydro has been chosen by the municipality of Harare, the capital of Zimbabwe for the development. Construction works of...
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