CONSTRUCTION PLANS ARE UNDERWAY FOR ANOTHER STADIUM IN ZIMBABWE

CONSTRUCTION PLANS ARE UNDERWAY FOR ANOTHER STADIUM IN ZIMBABWE

Plans are underway to construct another stadium in Zimbabwe that will host high-profile games.

The government are making plans for the construction of a new multi-million dollar state of the art  stadium in Zimbabwe. These plans were revealed by the Harare City Council. The stadium will located in the South …

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SOUTH AFRICA PRESIDENT SET FOR STATE OF THE NATION ADDRESS (SONA 2019)

SOUTH AFRICA PRESIDENT SET FOR STATE OF THE NATION ADDRESS (SONA 2019)

President Ramaphosa to address the nation during SONA 2019.

President Cyril Ramaphosa is set to address South Africa during the State of the Nation Address (SONA 2019). This event is the second under President Ramaphosa government. The SONA 2019 will aim to inform the nation about its present economic, political,

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BDEAC PLANS TO FINANCE DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS IN D.R CONGO

BDEAC PLANS TO FINANCE DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS IN D.R CONGO

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 …

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AFRICA’s BIGGEST AIRPORT HOTEL OPENS IN ETHIOPIA

AFRICA’s BIGGEST AIRPORT HOTEL OPENS IN ETHIOPIA

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 …

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SENEGAL LAUNCHES FIRST EVER ELECTRONIC RAILWAY LINE

SENEGAL LAUNCHES FIRST EVER ELECTRONIC RAILWAY LINE

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 …

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KENYAN GOVERNMENT START DREDGING ON LAKE VICTORIA

KENYAN GOVERNMENT START DREDGING ON LAKE VICTORIA

Dredging process at Lake Victoria kick-off today in Kenya.

Kenya government has kick-off the dredging process on lake Victoria. This process will help boost the nation transportation sector as well as growing the sector. Meanwhile, the process will help ease the vessel navigation.

The project will help eradicate water hyacinth …

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MICHEL CAMP CUT ON FIRE AFTER EXPLOSION OCCURS IN GHANA

MICHEL CAMP CUT ON FIRE AFTER EXPLOSION OCCURS IN GHANA

Loud explosion sound heard at Michel Camp in Ghana but no death recorded.

The famous Michel camp was on fire early this morning after loud explosion. The explosion occurred in the early hours, Meanwhile resident in the area looking for ways to evacuate to a safe place.

The camp barrack …

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PROTEA HOTEL CONSTRUCTION DEAL AGREED IN GHANA

PROTEA HOTEL CONSTRUCTION DEAL AGREED IN GHANA

Marriott International agreed deal with Yamusah group to build  Protea Hotel in Accra.

The hospitality sector is at the Heart of Africa’s economy development. The sector is very vital for any developing nation because it creates jobs and also drives social mobility. This is why Marriott International has agreed a …

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GHANA PRESIDENT AKUFO-ADDO INSPECTS OIL MILL FACTORY AND OTHER PROJECTS

GHANA PRESIDENT AKUFO-ADDO INSPECTS OIL MILL FACTORY AND OTHER PROJECTS

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 …

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KENYA THWAKE DAM GETS US$235M LOAN FROM AFDB

KENYA THWAKE DAM GETS US$235M LOAN FROM AFDB

Africa development bank (AFDB) approve two loans for the completion of Thwake dam in Kenya.

Africa development bank (AFDB) is making wave this period with its latest offer to Kenya. After releasing its AIIF3 just a couple of days ago, the firm has also approve two loans to Kenya. This …

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SASOL GET APPROVAL FOR GAS EXPLORATION IN MOZAMBIQUE

SASOL GET APPROVAL FOR GAS EXPLORATION IN MOZAMBIQUE

Sasol company receive two license to explore gas in mozambique which will help expand its brand.

Gas exploration in Africa is key towards having a good infrastructure development. This is why Africa nations mostly East Africa is striving to use this medium to help develop the nation.

Mozambique has approve …

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AFRICAN NATIONS TO GET US$40M FROM AFDB FOR INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT

AFRICAN NATIONS TO GET US$40M FROM AFDB FOR INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT

AFDB plans to release US$40m under the Africa Infrastructure Investment Fund (AIIF) to its Regional offices in Africa.

Developing Africa infrastructure is vital if the continent wants to reach the peak of its development. This is why Africa Development Bank (AFDB) is spurring sustainable development and social progress in the …

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TAIN DISTRICT CHIEF EXECUTIVE UNVEIL BUILDING PROJECT IN GHANA

TAIN DISTRICT CHIEF EXECUTIVE UNVEIL BUILDING PROJECT IN GHANA

Tain District looking for more support to develop the district after completion of classroom blocks in Ghana

Tain district chief has unveil two six-unit classroom blocks in Ghana. This classroom is for Soronoase/Kwaedenden and Nkrankrom communities in the District.

Meanwhile, the two six-unit classrooms have a library, stores, office, solar …

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CONTRACTOR PULLS OUT OF MBERENGWA-MNENE ROAD CONSTRUCTION IN ZIMBABWE

CONTRACTOR PULLS OUT OF MBERENGWA-MNENE ROAD CONSTRUCTION IN ZIMBABWE

Mberengwa-mnene road construction on hold after contractors pull out due to cash flow challenges.

Mberengwa-mnene road project is on hold after contractors decide to pull out. The contractors are unhappy with the way the project is been handle and has so far remove all their equipments on site.

The contractor …

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DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO SIGN INGA III DAM PROJECT DEAL

DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO SIGN INGA III DAM PROJECT DEAL

DRC has sign a US$14 billion dam project that will help increase the nation electricity generation from the current 10%.

Democratic Republic of Congo has sign an 11,000-megawatt Inga III Hydro-electric Dam. This Dam will help boost the energy output in the nation and also provide better generation of electricity. …

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GHANA GET US$1.5M FROM AFDB FOR ENERGY EFFICIENCY

GHANA GET US$1.5M FROM AFDB FOR ENERGY EFFICIENCY

AFDB give Ghana US$1.5m as part of its plans to develop Africa’s energy deficits.

Ghanaian government has receive the sum of US$1.5m for its energy sector. This funds is from the African Development Bank Group (AFDB) with will help support the nation for energy generation. It will also help Ghana …

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SPHINX AIRPORT INAUGURATION ENTERS FINAL PHASE IN EGYPT

SPHINX AIRPORT INAUGURATION ENTERS FINAL PHASE IN EGYPT

Sphinx Airport on course to ease the pressure on Cairo International airport as inauguration looms.

Egypt’s Ministry of Aviation has begun the final phase of the sphinx airport in the country. The airport which will be the 333rd Egyptian airport an kick-off construction in 2016. It has also been register …

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TANZANIA PRESIDENT SET TO INAUGURATE TAZARA FLYOVER

TANZANIA PRESIDENT SET TO INAUGURATE TAZARA FLYOVER

President Magufuli set to commission the Tazara Flyover which has reduce traffic congestion in the city.

Tanzania President John Magufuli is set to inaugurate the Tazara flyover. This project has been of immense importance to the people as it has reduce the traffic congestion on the road.

The President will …

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SDA SET TO BUILD US$4M COMMUNITY CENTRE IN ZIMBABWE

SDA SET TO BUILD US$4M COMMUNITY CENTRE IN ZIMBABWE

SDA set to build community centre as they church value education and the growth of individuals in the area.

The constant need for development is vital for any developing country. This is why SDA is constructing a US$4m community centre in Zimbabwe which will help the area. The centre will …

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RESIDENTS SUFFERING FROM LACK OF INFRASTRUCTURE IN MFULENI, SOUTH AFRICA

RESIDENTS SUFFERING FROM LACK OF INFRASTRUCTURE IN MFULENI, SOUTH AFRICA

Residents of Mzamomhle, Mfuleni complaining of lack of infrastructure in the area.

The growing problem facing Africa is simply infrastructure and resident of Mfuleni is currently experiencing it. Resident of the area are unhappy with the constant lack of basic needs. The resident has complain that they are suffering as …

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