Ethiopia launches e-portal for traders – Ethiopian Electronic Single Window for Traders. In other words, this effort will reduce the current paperwork processing time from 44 to 15 days. A huge developmental stride in ensuring that the land-lock nation continues to attract trade, while positioning itself as a regional hub. …Read More
Trade between African and Asia flourishes on the back of the US-China trade wars!
Africa leads in Air Cargo following data gathered from the International Air Transport Association’s (IATA) latest data for global air freight markets showed a 19.8 per cent growth rate in air freight traffic on the …Read More
A royal gathering of the team Gambeta… Vacation starts today, marking the end of work for 2019.
May 2020 bring forth good tidings with answers to all our prayers. Open doors and opportunities with right positioning of the company.
Here are the lovely photographs from today
PICTURES FROM THE CLOSING… Read More
ACCEPTANCE SPEECH OF ENGR. G. C. OKOROMA AS THE IN COMING 18TH PRESIDENT OF ACEN – THE ASSOCIATION FOR CONSULTING ENGINEERING IN NIGERIA DELIVERED ON TUESDAY 17TH DECEMBER 2019 AT THE ACEN SECRETARIAT, IKEJA, LAGOS STATE, NIGERIA.
The Immediate Past President,
Members of Council & Exco,
It is an …Read More
A Paper Delivered at the 2019 Engineering Week Ceremony of The Nigerian Society of Engineers, Port Harcourt Branch on Tuesday 26th November 2019
Our world and nation today face an increasingly complex set of risks that are interwoven into all facets of our businesses, infrastructures, and communities. The threat of
Fibertex South Africa and Specifying Techniques, in conjunction with The Architects Association of Botswana (AAB) hosted a Continuous Professional Development (CPD) seminar in Gaborone recently.
“This forum – which was the first of its kind hosted by the newly formed AAB – forms part of the association’s accredited …Read More
As an attendee of the 2019 Engineering Week Ceremony organised by the Port Harcourt Branch of The Nigerian Society of Engineers on Tuesday 26th November 2019, I cannot but lend my voice to the discussions that trended that day as summed up in the theme: “Building Resilient Infrastructure To Promote …Read More
Port Harcourt is about to witness the biggest Energy event of the year!
6th & 7th December 2019, at Hotel Presidential, GRA Port Harcourt. The Power-to-Power Summit will take place
The theme this year:
THE FUTURE OF ENERGY TRANSFORMATION AND UTILISATION: STATUS, PROSPECTS AND CHALLENGES
The summit is specially unique …Read More
They say you can’t build viable, large non-oil and gas businesses in Port Harcourt. They also say, companies are not willing to invest in Nigeria’s slowly recovering economy. Don’t let anyone tell you what is possible and what is not, the world today is full of endless possibilities. Today, Port …Read More
The Auditor-General, Thembikile Kimi Makwetu’s report for 2018/19 was once again a great disappointment. As far as the provinces are concerned, the Western Cape was the best, whereas no clean audits for the Free State and a regression for Gauteng were reported.
The role that engineering and engineers play in …Read More
The Nigerian Society of Engineers, Omoku Branch is hosting an Engineering Week from 12 November – 16 November 2019
Engr. Goodluck C. Ikenyiri MNSE MNIMechE, chairman of the branch will be hosting engineers at the Federal College of Education (Technical) Omoku, Rivers State. The theme for the 3-Day Programme …Read More
Nigeria’s Oil Rich Billionaire and Port Harcourt Big Boy completes Multi-Million Dollar Skyscraper!
GreyStone Tower, a luxurious 18-floor mixed-use development in Victoria Island is drawing lots of public interest. The building occupies a 2,031 sqm land area, and has been completed in less than 5 years.Read More
Future leaders in consulting engineering visit Nigeria’s new coastal city rising from the Atlantic ocean
The Young Professionals Forum of the Association for Consulting Engineering in Nigeria (ACEN YPF) recently organised a technical visit to Eko Atlantic City! The Eko Atlantic City is a city rising from the Atlantic Ocean. …Read More
According to Master Builders SA, 506 construction companies went into liquidation between 2014 and 2018. Furthermore, based on STATS SA data, it is estimated that in 2019 98 construction companies will go under. On top of this, construction companies battle to get paid for completed work – which does …Read More
The official exhibition of National Construction Week brings business opportunities from around the world to Kenya’s construction sector from 5- 7 November 2019 at the Kenyatta International Convention Centre.
The Big 5 Construct Kenya hosts over 210 local and international exhibitors, and 40 free-to-attend workshops providing career development points to
When you hear the word “road failure”, poor design and maintenance comes to mind. Road failures in Africa is due to bad infrastructure development on the continent. Unlike Europe, African government and contractors fail to do the right thing when it comes to developing a project. Corrupt practices in the …Read More
These are photos from the site of a building collapse in Woji road, Port Harcourt.
Residents within the affluent residential area where a building collapsed last year (see here), have just witnessed another incident. While visiting the site, Gambeta News observed that the work men were pouring …Read More
The Big 5 Construct Kenya to offer free training to professionals attending this year’s edition at KICC from 5th to 7th November 2019.
Experts from Google, Autodesk, AECOM, IBM, Microsoft4Afrika, and more will be on the ground to offer assistance to exhibitors and visitors from the construction industry.
The Nigerian Institution of Environmental Engineers – Port Harcourt Chapter, advocates for Sustainable Construction at its Annual General Meeting/Annual Conference.
Chairman of the Nigerian Institution of Environmental Engineers (NIEE), Engr. Prof. M.J. AYOTAMUNO FNSE hosts professionals and stakeholders at the State Engineering Secretariat for its annual conference. During his opening …Read More