You might often wonder how tall buildings are able to withstand wind loadings? In this B1M video, we are able to learn how designers reduce the impact of high winds on tall buildings.
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Time Magazine releases 100 most influential list for 2019
These Africans on Time’s most influential list 2019 are influencing the continent and the globe.
Fred Swaniker is a Ghanian entrepreneur and leadership development expert whose is motivating young people in Africa to be great leaders through his various leadership initiatives.… Read More
In Kenya, a 14 century dry stone wall structure is now a World Heritage site.
Thimlich Ohinga Heritage Site is now the seventh landmark in Kenya to reach Heritage status by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO). In essence, UNESCO now protects the landmark through international treaties … Read More
NNPC reduces its cash call arrears to JV partners by US$1.5 billion
The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) via its group managing director Maikanti Baru; said it has repaid US$1.5 billion of the cash call arrears owed to its foreign oil partners. The director who made the statement at the … Read More
ZRA reduction of water allocated for electricity generation affecting both ZERA and ZESCO.
Zimbabwe Energy Regulatory Authority (ZERA) to reduce the power output by 5.3 percent to 445 megawatt. After Zambezi River Authority (ZRA) cut the water allocation for electricity generation. ZRA reduce the water allocated … Read More
The Notre Dame Design Competition will enable International professionals redesign the iconic roofline.
Following President Marcon’s pledge to rebuild the burnt cathedral within five years, a Notre Dame Design Competition will launch soon. This will be supported by financial and expert pledges from Tycoons and International firms. So far, their … Read More
Ministry of Housing and Work inaugurate committee to tackle housing sector deficit in Ghana.
Minister for Work and Housing, Samuel Atta Akyea has revealed that Ghana housing sector is facing two million deficits. By this analysis, the government will now need to build 190,000 to 200,000 units of houses each … Read More
Kinshasa International Airport welcomes the inaugural flight of Rwanda Airline with a traditional water salute upon arrival!
The plane flew from Kigali International Airport to N’djili International Airport in Congo. N’djili International Airport, also known as N’djili Airport and Kinshasa International Airport, serves the city of Kinshasa. In essence, … Read More
Remittances from Nigerian Diasporas hits US$24 billion in 2018
Remittances from diasporas of Africa’s most populated country – Nigeria in 2018 reached US$24.3 billion. This is the highest figure across Sub-Saharan Africa and it is also US$2 billion higher than the inflows in 2017.
World Bank’s latest Migration and Development … Read More
Tanzanian And Ugandan Collaborate in Oil Exploration
Tanzanian Energy Minister, Dr Medard Kalemani said Tanzania have teamed up with Ugandan to conduct oil exploration at various areas in Tanzania.
The Minister said this at a recent workshop for the parliamentary committee on energy and minerals members. He also said that … Read More
Chevron acquires Algerian oil firm – Anadarko Petroleum
American multinational energy corporation – Chevron, have recently signed a deal to buy Algerian oil firm – Anadarko Petroleum. The final terms of agreement entails that Chevron will acquire all of Anadarko Petroleum outstanding shares; in a stock and cash transaction valued … Read More
WTTC ranked Kenya as third largest tourism economy in sub-saharan Africa.
According to report from World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC), kenya has move to third just behind South Africa and Nigeria as the largest tourism economy in Sub-Saharan Africa.
The growth just demonstrate how well the nation has progress … Read More
Uganda Government drafts new policies to monitor Petroleum Fund spendings.
Uganda Government has conclude plans to draft three policies that will help monitor the spending of Petroleum Fund. These policies will follow the guidelines set-out in the Public Finance Management Act (PFMA) of 2015.
The Ministry of finance is responsible … Read More
Raila Odinga addressing infrastructure juggernaut at the AfroStructure Event.
Former Prime Minister of Kenya Raila Odinga is the speaking at the AfroStructure events in Kenya. This event is centred on improving infrastructure as well as financing.
The aim of the seminar is to showcase how decisive infrastructure can play an … Read More
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Following the Notre Dame Fire, African leaders are sending their condolences to President Macron, the people of France and Christian community. Importantly, Notre Dame Cathedral is one of the most iconic buildings of world civilisation. The Cathedral is famous for its French Gothic architecture, with the entire building construction … Read More
Uganda Airlines CEO, Ephraim Bagenda and a delegation of government officials and Uganda Airlines are currently in Canada. In essence, to receive a fleet of Bombardier CRJ900 aircrafts. Which were commissioned in Quebec, Canada by the Ugandan government. During a talk show, the Minister of Works & Transport, Monica Azuba … Read More
Plans are in motion for South Africa and Iran Joint investment project.
South Africa is set to enhance economic cooperation and carrying out joint investment projects in various fields with Iran. This remark was made during a conference on foreign investment opportunities in the southern Province of Hormuzgan.
Mazwi Khumalo … Read More
Revamping of Rwanda Biggest border set to kick-off after tour by government officials
Plans are in motion for the revamping of Rusumo border by the Rwanda Government. The aim of the revamp is to boost trade and also increase their capacity to cope with the growing traffic of cargo.
The … Read More