The construction of a cassava plant in Tanzania is 90% complete.
The construction of Lindi based Cassava Starch of Tanzania Corporation’s (CSTC) cassava plant in Tanzania is almost complete. Reports say the plant is already 90% complete and will soon become fully operational.
The Lindi based Cassava Starch of Tanzania … Read More
In President Trump’s State of the Union Address message, we analysed the international agenda of the U.S. in relation to the rest of the world – Africa.
The second State of the Union Address was delivered today (6 February 2019, 3:00 am WAT) by President Donald Trump. This annual message … Read More
Zimbabwe’s mines minister seeks to address foreign currency shortage in the country.
On Monday, 04 January 2019, Zimbabwe’s mines minister Winston Chitando said, soon introduction of monetary policy tools will help address foreign currency shortage affecting mining companies.
Lack of funds in the economy, has hurt mining companies including the … Read More
In the next six months, MoUDC will transfer over 30,000 condominium houses to residents in Ethiopia.
Ethiopia’s Ministry of Urban Development and Construction (MoUDC) will transfer over 30,000 condominium houses (condos) to residents. This news is coming after the minister presented the proposal to the House of People’s Representatives (Parliament).… Read More
Westlands Market Construction almost complete in Kenya.
Construction of the Westlands market in Kenya is almost complete. The project which is now 85% complete will help generate revenue for the nation as well as create job for residents in the area.
The Westlands market construction project which has been facing … Read More
BDEAC plans to finance development projects in DR Congo.
Plans are underway by the Development Bank of the Central African States (BDEAC) to finance projects in Democratic Republic of the Congo. This is the first time that BDEAC is financing any project in the nation.
The bank is prioritizing the … Read More
DRC president handpicks experienced Francois Beyo Kasonga as new security advisor
The newly elected DRC President Felix Tshisekedi have chosen Francois Beyo Kasonga as his Security advisor; The president ordered his appointment over the weekend.
Kasonga, who is in his 60’s have spent influential time within the country’s intelligence sector.… Read More
Death toll increases after car bomb in Somalia capital Mogadishu .
More than ten individuals have died after a car bomb in Somalia shopping mall exploded. The explosion took place this morning at the busy Hamarweyne district.
Al Shabaab has claimed responsibility for the car bomb in Somalia, saying … Read More
Board members of Africa’s Biggest Fund manager has resigned following allegations of dubious investments.
Public Investment Corporation, is a South African based fund manager with more than US $150 billion. The state-owned entity has come under scrutiny following allegations of wrong doing. These allegations have forced board members of the … Read More
China constructs 1029 boreholes in Ghana
China have built 1029 boreholes in Ghana to help solve its water problem. The drilled boreholes constructed in 10 region across Ghana is to enable increased access to portable drinking water.
The project is under the china-aided borehole project that will help rural community … Read More
Ethiopia becomes 18th country to ratify the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA). This comes ahead of the 32 Ordinary Session of the Assembly of the African Union. Which will hold on the 10 – 11 of February 2019 in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) is … Read More
U.S issues visa ban on Ghana
U.S government has issued a visa ban on Ghana. This is after the Ghanaian government’s refusal to take back its citizens that were to be deported by the U.S government. This latest development will have definitely make Ghanaians go through a very hard process … Read More
Before the elections commence in Africa, what do investors need to know?
Political instability which is an investors nightmare, is also one element hindering infrastructural development in Africa. Most times, especially in Africa, political unrest usually arises during election period – change in government.
Some African countries this year 2019 … Read More
Cummins Inc, a global power leader, is a corporation of complementary business units that design, manufacture, distribute and service diesel and natural gas engines. This related to technologies, including; fuel systems, controls, air handling, filtration, emission solutions and electrical power generation systems. Cummins Inc, are currency looking for Manufacturing Engineer… Read More
RMB gives report on best countries to invest in Africa for 2019
Many investors are in search of the best countries to invest in Africa; as Africa is fast rising to become a very fertile investment destination. The continent is in dire need of roads, rails, ports, airports, power grids … Read More
Fircroft has been placing people in specialist technical industries for almost half a century; they require mid to senior level engineers for contract and permanent roles worldwide. Fircroft company are currently looking for MECHANICAL ENGINEERS (STATIC) who will provides Engineering support to achieve and maintain the technical and performance integrity … Read More
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