Welding Engineers needed at WTS Energy
WTS Energy is the leading Consultant/Manpower Supply company to the international Oil, Gas and Energy industry. WTS Energy are seeking for Welding Engineer who’s work is planning, cost concerning Welding and consumables required for project preparations and production onshore and offshore.
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Ethiopia and Djibouti sign gas pipeline deal
Ethiopia and Djibouti have recently signed a gas pipeline deal . The deal involves building of a gas pipeline to transport Ethiopian gas to an export terminal in Djibouti.
According to Djibouti’s energy minister Yonis Ali Guedi; the gas pipeline project is the … Read More
Nissan signs agreement with Hasnaoui Group to build car assembly plant in Algeria.
Japanese second largest automaker Nissan Motor Corporation, will soon build a car assembly plant in Algeria. This announcement came after Nissan signed an agreement with Algerian private partner Hasnaoui Group; to build a US$160 million car assembly … Read More
In this article, we would be discuss the longest bridges in Africa. We would take a look at the top 5 longest bridges in the continent.
But first what are bridges?
Bridges are structures built to span over physical obstacles without closing the way underneath it. It is one of … Read More
Uganda’s mobile money platform will help attract debt investors.
Uganda is planning to use mobile money platforms to sell government securities to its citizens. The government said the mobile money platform will help reduce the dependence on commercial banks and institutional investors for funding.
The Ugandan government also believes the … Read More
Flour Mills of Nigeria Plc has been a part of the lives of Nigerians at home and abroad. Our global vision is to be leading foods company in Africa providing high quality and affordable products in the most convenient ways to consumers through world class brands. They are seeking for … Read More
Nachtigal Hydropower Plant in Cameroon will help limit climate change.
On the 31st of January 2019, the World Bank Group via World Bank Africa tweeted; that it supports the construction of the Nachtigal Hydropower plant in Cameroon.
Derivatives from the tweet suggests that; the 420 mega watts (MW) Nachtigal Hydropower … Read More
Rwanda signs deal to extract methane gas from Lake Kivu
The Rwanda government have signed a US$400 million deal with Gasmeth Energy Ltd to extract, process, compress and also bottle methane gas from Lake Kivu. The signing of the seven years deal took place on Friday 1st February 2019 but … 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
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
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
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 President skips World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos due to violent protests in his country.
Amid the current unrest in Zimbabwe; her President Emmerson Mnangagwa have being out of the country for series of bilateral trade and investment meetings in Russia.
However, he recently announced via twitter that he … Read More
Ten UN peacekeepers dies during an attack in Mali
A recent attack on UN’s Camp for multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission (MINUSMA) in Mali, have lead to the killing of 10 UN peacekeepers from Chad while another 25 were injured. This report is according to the statement from UN secretary-general Antonio … Read More
Zimbabwe becomes world’s most expensive place to fuel a car.
Africa is championing the list of world’s most expensive place to fuel a car courtesy of Zimbabwe. The question is how the this come to be?
Back in 2017, before the stepping down of President Robert Mugabe; Zimbabweans held a … Read More
When you hear the word quality control on construction site, as an engineer your mind will quickly take you to the planning, management, statistic and engineering of the site. But over the years, we have seen that high quality projects are not the primary objective for most clients which are … Read More
Cross River Garment Factory becomes export-licenced company for Made in Nigeria clothing.
The Nigerian government through the Nigerian Export Promotion Council (NEPC) have granted Cross River Garment Factory the licence to export Made in Nigeria clothing beyond the shores of Nigeria to other parts of the world.
The Nigerian government … Read More
Ghana’s President Akufo-Addo inspect and commission different projects in the state capital.
During the inspection of the Birim Oil Mill in Kade, President Akufo-Addo said; the project will enable small scale farmers to increase their cultivation of Oil palm. Meanwhile, Oil palm will serve as input for products like laundry … Read More
Rwanda calls for African partnership to help boost African economy.
Rwanda, the landlocked East African country recently held a Trade Facilitation and Manufacturing forum in Kigali. At the forum, Rwandan top officials stressed on the need for deeper African partnership especially between its fellow East African neighbours. The Forum served … Read More
Angola have joined the Gas Exporting Countries Forum (GECF).
Angola have now become a member of the the Gas Exporting Countries Forum (GECF). They are now the sixth African member to join the forum after Nigeria and Equatorial Guinea.
The Gas Exporting Countries Forum (GECF) is a transnational organization consisting … Read More