Plans underway for the construction of Uganda-Tanzania pipeline.
The much anticipated construction of Uganda-Tanzania pipeline will kick-off in June. The underground pipeline will transport crude oil across both countries as well as create a strong bond between them.
The Uganda-Tanzania pipeline which is 1,445-km long will run from Hoima in … Read More
President Ramaphosa attends the PPGI meeting at the Gallagher Convention Centre last night.
President Cyril Ramaphosa yesterday night addressed the Public-Private Growth Initiative (PPGI) during a meeting at the Gallagher Convention Centre. The aim of the meeting is to explore opportunities in the nation’s public-private sector.
Another aim of the … Read More
Kenya’s National transport and safety authority (NTSA) office closed down.
Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission(EACC) have closed down the National Transport and Safety Authority (NTSA) building. The raiding and closing down of the NTSA office is due to an ongoing investigation of the 14 Riverside Drive attack.
Gunmen attacked Kenya’s capital … Read More
President Museveni plans for more infrastructural development in Uganda especially in electricity after meeting with CDC delegates.
Infrastructural development in Uganda is part of President Yoweri Museveni plans. In African nations, infrastructural development is the way forward. This is why Uganda President held a meeting with Commonwealth Development Corporation (CDC) … Read More
Governor Ambode launches a US$250m modern Alaro satellite city in Lagos.
Yesterday being 29th of January 2019, Lagos state governor Akinwumi Ambode; launched the US$250 million Alaro Satellite City. Alaro satellite city is situated at the north-western part of Lekki Free Trade Zone (FTZ).
Partners for the Alaro Satellite City … Read More
Bad road results in tank explosion at Ojo barracks along badagry express, Lagos State Nigeria.
Early this morning at about 3am, there was a tank explosion at Ojo barracks along badagry expressway in Lagos state. Residents are currently finding it hard to go about their daily routines as the tank … Read More
Zimbabwe government set to unveil housing project for civil servants.
Housing is of immense importance when it comes to infrastructural development. This is why the Zimbabwe government has built a US$60m housing facility for its civil servants.
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47 new Resident Magistrates sworn in by Kenya’s Chief Justice.
After the Anti-graft summit was held last Friday 25th January 2019; Kenya’s chief justice presided over the swearing of new resident magistrates. This process is to help increase and boost the nation’s judiciary capacity.
The Chief Justice charged the new … Read More
Addis Ababa Bole International Airport expansion has made it the biggest airport in Africa.
On 27th January, 2019, the Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed commissioned the newly enlarged Addis Ababa Bole International Airport terminal; which have now become Africa’s gateway to the World and also the biggest airport in Africa.… Read More
Kenyans unhappy with Tanzania’s refusal to sale its product in their country resulting to trade and bilateral issues.
Kenya and Tanzania have being having problem when it comes to trading of goods and services. An agreement between both nations on 24 February 2018 was meant to solve this problem. But … Read More
Africa’s biggest airport hotel opens to the public in Ethiopia
Ethiopia has opened Africa’s biggest airport hotel in the continent. The 5 star Ethiopian Skylight hotel which is worth $USD 65 million will help boost the nations tourism sector. The hotel is owned by the Ethiopian Airline as a medium … Read More
Anti-Graft Summit held in Kenya with the aim of tackling corruption
Corruption is like a form of dishonesty to any nation or place. This is why the Kenya government has set up an anti-graft summit which will aim to tackle such problem.
The summit which has brought various stakeholders from … Read More
Construction plans for Marula Industrial Hub in Limpopo is underway.
South Africa is making plans to build a multi-million dollar hub in the heart of Limpopo. The hub will help boost processing facilities. It will have a research centre plus also have every agri-business support service. These services will help … Read More
Egypt to unveil world’s largest solar park/farm this year.
By mid this year 2019, Egypt expects to unveil its Benban solar park; which covers a 37.2 km2 (14.4 sq mi) area and will produce more than 4TWh of power once fully operational. The park consists of 41 power plants/stations … Read More
China assures Kenya support to fight terrorism
Wang, Beijing’s top diplomat and also a member of the 19th Communist Party of China (CPC) central committee, said “China firmly opposes all forms of terrorism and will continue to offer unwavering support to Kenya’s efforts to fight against terrorism and maintain … Read More
Ghana President re-opens obuasi Gold mine which will help increase revenue for the next 22 years.
In an effort to boost the sector, Ghana President has open the obuasi mine. The Gold mine which is over 100 years old is part of the President campaign plans during the last election.… Read More
Zimbabwe government finally restores full access to internet and social media services.
After a court order yesterday being Monday, access to internet and social media platforms have finally being restored in Zimbabwe. The Court had deemed the Zimbabwe’s government internet shutdown as being illegal and unlawful.
The Zimbabwe’s High Court … Read More
Zimbabwe’s local Industry Capacity Utilization plunges downwards
According to the Confederation of Zimbabwe industries (CZI), local industry capacity utilization have drop by 6.2 percentage points. There is a need for protective measures to help overturn this downward coil.
This revelation is according to a recent investigation by the Business Orient … Read More
Senegal launches its first electronic railway line in Dakar.
Senegal has just launched a new railway line that will help boost the nation’s economy. The railway line will link the capital city to different areas in the nation. This project is a part of the nation’s development goals.
The railway … Read More
Zimbabwe’s US$1.2-billion loan request rejected; South Africa says it doesn’t have “that kind of money”
A spokesman for the finance ministry in South Africa today said , South Africa rejects the request from its neighboring country Zimbabwe for US$ 1.2 billion loan.
The national spokesman Jabulani Sikhakhane said, “South … Read More