Sunday, August 25, 2019
Ethiopia needs $7.5 billion to finish infrastructure projects such as a massive dam and roads that the government hopes will drive industrialisation, the new prime minister said on Friday. Speaking to parliament before its vote on the 2018/19 budget, Abiy...
Kenya is planning to construct four new state-of-the-art stadiums in Nairobi County. This is in a move to address the shortage in recreational facilities for the youth in the county and also to encourage more sporting activities. The Four New...
Construction works of phase 2 Oxford Parks Project in South Africa is set for completion in September 2020. This is according to construction company in charge Concor Buildings. The project which is situated at the 199 Oxford Road have two...
In oder to provide accelerated access to affordable and sustainable energy sources in the Niger Delta, Nigerian off-grid energy investment company, All On, has signed pacts with three firms. The firm said its target is to provide electricity to over...
Developers are currently targeting the warehouse industry in Kenya and somehow moving away from the crowded construction of residential, retail and office space. Kavit Shah, co-CEO of Tilisi Developments Limited confirmed the reports and said that there has been a...
The government of Uganda has commissioned a new solar power plant in Gomba region in line with the country’s push to focus on renewable energy. Vice President Edward Kiwanuka Ssekandi, who commissioned the mega project confirmed the reports and said that the...
Africa Finance Corporation (“AFC” or “the Corporation”) (www.AfricAFC.org), the leading infrastructure development finance institution in Africa, announces its successful acquisition of a loan facility from the Export-Import Bank of China (“CEXIM”) of a US$200m 5-year loan and a US$100m 5-year...
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The National Water and Electricity Company (NAWEC), has signed a 30MW power supply contract with Turkish Company, Karpower. The contract is a mutual agreement that will last for 2 years. According to the Minister of Energy Fafa Sanyang, the agreement is a milestone...
Lesotho Highlands Development Authority (LHDA) has announced the winning contractor to construct the Polihali diversion tunnels as it begins implementation of phase two Lesotho Highlands Water Project (LHWP II). LHDA awarded SCLC Polihali Diversion Tunnel joint venture (JV) the contract for the...
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