President Weah breaks ground for construction of 48 inch diameter pipeline that will supply quality water to nearly one million residents of greater Monrovia.
Liberia President has break ground for the construction of 48 inch diameter pipeline. The project is aimed at migrating water challenges in the nation.
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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
African Development Bank (AfDB) approves USD 455 million for the construction of a ring road and Tanzania’s new airport in the new capital Dodoma.
The President of AfDB Akinwumi Adesina approved the loan at the bank’s headquarter in Abidjan in a meeting with the Minister of Foreign Affairs and East … 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
Uganda’s Kabaale international Airport at 31% complete according to Muriisa
SBC Uganda Limited PRO Amos Muriisa has announced progress report for the construction of Kabaale International Airport. The Airport which is also know as Hoima International Airport is 31% completed according to him.
Amos Muriisa during his interview with newsmen … Read More
Kenya’s PDU announced progress status of Lamu-witu-Garsen road dual carriage.
Kenya’s Presidential Delivery Unit (PDC) has announced progress report for Lamu-Witu-Garsen road via its official twitter handle. According to the tweet, the 10-km dual-carriage that will link the port which is part of the Lamu Port-South Sudan-Ethiopia (LAPSSET) is nearly … Read More
Zimbabwe’s Beitbridge-Harare highway will be upgraded by five local contractors.
The Minister for Transport and Infrastructural Development Biggie Matiza inspected the site and confirmed the presence of the contractors who are currently working on the first two phases of the project. The entire project will be divided into five segment.… Read More
South Africa rations water to maintain diminishing water supplies after a dry summer.
South Africa is likely to suffer drought again due to low rainfall and dry summer as a result of this, emergency plans are currently in place to prevent diminishing water supply in the country.
According to the … Read More
China Development Bank (CDB) signs a USD 629 million Lekki Deep Seaport project with Nigeria.
The USD 629 million deal will run for 45 years between China Habour Engineering Company (CHEC) and Lekki Port LFTZ Enterprise Limited (LPLTZ). CHEC has majority of the shares and both parties will work together … Read More
President Buhari secures 13 agreements after the Russia-Africa Summit.
President Putin and President Buhari came to an agreement to speed up and strengthen the relationship between both countries by first completing previous deals signed by both parties. In addition to that they agreed to start new project and increase investment, … Read More
Zambia’s President Lungu informed his Minister of Energy to start process of importing electricity after ZECO announced rationing power.
President Edgar Lungu of Zambia has informed the Minister of energy to start the process of importing electricity. This directive follows after the country was hit with a major electricity problem.… Read More
Russia takes a practical step by building a nuclear power plant for Rwanda.
After the Russia-Africa Summit in Sochi, Russia and Rwanda finalized on a deal to promote the use of nuclear energy in Rwanda. The deal was first initiated in December 2018, but was concluded after the summit. The … Read More
Nairobi-Expressway to have 10 interchange with a tollgate fee at a construction cost of USD 599 million.
Kenya over the pass couple of years has made significant strive in the improvement of its infrastructure. This is aimed at supporting the growth of the nation economy. With the road network experiencing … Read More
Cameroon signs US $20 million loan form African Development Bank (AfDB) for the construction of the Cameroon-Nigeria road.
This project is in line with the government’s vision to build a harmonized and efficient road network in the country as well as linking other neighboring countries. This vision is aimed at … Read More
Egypt’s National Authority for Tunnels (NAT) has launched Africa’s largest metro station in Cairo.
The middle East’s largest metro station Heliopolis station was constructed to better facilitate Egypt’s fastest means of transportation. The Egyptian Transportation Minister Kamel al-Wazir during the launching ceremony said the facility was built on 10,000 square … Read More
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
President Vladimir Putin proffers help to Africa with no strings attached unlike those he regards as “the exploitative West.”
In-line with Russia’s plan to increase her influence in Africa; Putin has offered help to African countries without expecting anything in return. This statement was made ahead of the first-ever Russia-Africa … Read More
Construction of the Great Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) will continue because of it’s economical benefits.
The decision was made by the Prime Minister in response to the query from the members of the House of People Representative (HPR).
“Nobody can stop the completion of the flagship project, Ethiopia will continue
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Raw water pipeline groundbreaking ceremony to take place soon in Liberia
Liberia Water and Sewer Corporation (LWSC) and Millennium Challenge Account (MCC) will break ground for the raw water pipeline. The raw pipeline which is worth US$18 million will be built between the dam of the Mt. Coffee Hydropower plant … Read More