CONSULTANCY FIRM APPOINTED TO DESIGN THE GAMBIA 50KM URBAN ROAD PROJECT

CONSULTANCY FIRM APPOINTED TO DESIGN THE GAMBIA 50KM URBAN ROAD PROJECT

PACE&GAMECS has been appointed as the Consultant for the Design and Supervision of the 50Km Urban Roads Project.

This project will be constructed in the Greater Banjul Area ahead of the forthcoming OIC Heads of State Summit in 2022.

OIC Gambia in collaboration with Ministry of Transport, Works and Infrastructure

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FACING WORK AT MAURITIUS’s RICHELIEU OPEN PRISON TO BE COMPLETED IN 2021

FACING WORK AT MAURITIUS’s RICHELIEU OPEN PRISON TO BE COMPLETED IN 2021

Mauritius Government has announced that the fencing work going on at the Richelieu Open Prison is set for completion in June 2021.

The project which is carried-out by inmate of the prison began on 2 December 2019, but stopped during the lockdown due to the Covid-19.

However after all Health

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PROTEST ERUPTS AFTER GOVT. FAILED PROMISE IN SA

PROTEST ERUPTS AFTER GOVT. FAILED PROMISE IN SA

Houseowners has protest over government failed promise to build the RDP homes.

Residents was asked to demolished the structures built in 1998 after government promise to rebuild the homes. But after waiting for so long they decided to protect about the delay.

Since the structure was domolished early this year,

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SUDAN GOVT. BEGINS GERD NEGOTIATION

SUDAN GOVT. BEGINS GERD NEGOTIATION

Sudan government has announced that the GERD negotiation has resumed after a meeting was held.

According to the press release, “Negotiations on the Filling and Operations of the Great Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD), resumed on Monday the 10th of August, at the invitation of the African Union; in attendance are

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RWANDA GOVT. SAY 22,000 CLASSROOM CONSTRUCTION NEARLY COMPLETED

RWANDA GOVT. SAY 22,000 CLASSROOM CONSTRUCTION NEARLY COMPLETED

Rwanda Ministry of Education has announced that the ongoing countrywide classroom construction programme is at an advanced level.

According to the Statement by the Ministry, “The ongoing countrywide school construction of the Rwanda Quality Basic Education for Human Development project phase 1 is at 81% on single story classrooms, 85%

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TWO MICRO-DAMS INAGURATED IN ERITREA

TWO MICRO-DAMS INAGURATED IN ERITREA

Two micro-dams have been inaugurated in Tselot, Gala-Nafhi sub-zone and in Gurit, Serejeka sub-zone of Eritrea.

The dams which are worth over 5 million Nakfa will help residents in reducing the water shortage facing the area.

Speaking during the inuaguration, Zerit Tewoldebrhan, Managing Director in the Central region, said that

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DAR-MORO SGR CONSTRUCTION PACE COMMENDED IN TANZANIA

DAR-MORO SGR CONSTRUCTION PACE COMMENDED IN TANZANIA

The construction of Dar es Salaam – Morogoro Standard Gauge Railway (Dar-Moro SGR) project has been hailed by the nation Prime Minister after implementation reached 87%.

Speaking during a site tour, Prime Minister Kassim Majaliwa said the government was devoted to strengthening railway, air, water and road transport infrastructures to

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SOUTH-EAST COMMUNITY COMPLAINED ABOUT BAD ROAD IN LIBERIA

SOUTH-EAST COMMUNITY COMPLAINED ABOUT BAD ROAD IN LIBERIA

Community members in the south-east of Liberia are complaining about the bad road network that connects between Gio Town in Grand Bassa County and ITI community in Rivercess County.

It is reported that atleast 20 vehicles get stuck in the mud for several days every week. These vehicles will then

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TSOMO NGQAMAKHWE WATER PROJECT TO KICK-OFF SOON IN SA

TSOMO NGQAMAKHWE WATER PROJECT TO KICK-OFF SOON IN SA

South Africa Department of Water and Sanitation has announced plans to commence the construction of Tsomo Ngqamakhwe bulk water pipeline.

In a statement by the department, “The Construction Unit of the Department of Water and Sanitation is rolling its sleeves, readying itself for the construction of the long awaited Tsomo

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CONSTRUCTION OF BRASS SHIPYARD TO BEGIN SOON IN NIGERIA

CONSTRUCTION OF BRASS SHIPYARD TO BEGIN SOON IN NIGERIA

Over the weekend, the Nigeria Government announced plans to begin the construction of brass shipyard in the southern part of the nation.

The feasibility study for the project will be carried-out with a report proposed to be submitted to the government in six months times.

The project is expected to

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HOLA STADIUM INCOMPLETE AS CONTRACTORS DISAPPEARS IN KENYA

HOLA STADIUM INCOMPLETE AS CONTRACTORS DISAPPEARS IN KENYA

The unending struggle about Kenya’s poor stadiums construction is hugging the headline again for the wrong reason. This time, it is the Hola stadium as contractors are MIA after spending almost half the project funds

So far, Tana River County Government has been milked by contractors with nothing to show

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ANALYSTS SAYS NAMIBIA MARKET NOT TOO SMALL

ANALYSTS SAYS NAMIBIA MARKET NOT TOO SMALL

During the Harambee Prosperity Plan II held at the nation state capital, analysis says the nation market is not too small.

The events was attended by presidential advisers, economists, representatives from development institutions, banking executives, academics and several government ministries.

The statement that the Namibian market is too small for

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SUDAN GOVERNOR HALT ALL PROJECTS AND PROGRAMS

SUDAN GOVERNOR HALT ALL PROJECTS AND PROGRAMS

Governor of Nahr El-Neil state in Sudan has halt all projects under the state government.

According to Governor Amna Ahmed Al-Mekki, the state want to review all projects and programs that are meant to kick-off this year under their jurisdiction.

She issues the directive during a meeting held at the

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FUND NEEDED TO REPAIR PAWE PORTABLE WATER DAM IN ETHIOPIA

FUND NEEDED TO REPAIR PAWE PORTABLE WATER DAM IN ETHIOPIA

Pawe Woreda Administration Head, Berhanu Asefa has disclosed that they need the sum of over USD2.56m (90 million Birr) to repair the damaged Pawe potable water dam.

He noted that prior to the Dam’s damage, residents of 34 villages in Pawe Woreda had sufficient access to clean potable water. That

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SOWEDA COMPLETE ROAD MAINTENANCE IN CAMEROON

SOWEDA COMPLETE ROAD MAINTENANCE IN CAMEROON

South West Development Authority (SOWEDA) has finally handover the completed road rehabilitation that links the villages of Bokwaongo, Bwassa, Likombe, Mapanja and Bonjongo in the Buea Council area.

The road is aimed to facilitate evacuation of produce, enhance development, ease up mobility and link up the peripheral settlements to the

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MALAWI GOVT. WARN CONTRACTORS TO STOP INFLATING CONSTRUCTION COST

MALAWI GOVT. WARN CONTRACTORS TO STOP INFLATING CONSTRUCTION COST

Government of Malawi has warn contractors handling the Mzimba Stadium and M’mbelwa District Council office complex to stop inflating construction cost.

Ministry of Local Government and Rural Development (MoLRD), Deputy Minister, Harima Daudi while taking a tour on both construction site said they should not be influenced by corrupt politicians

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MAKENGI RESIDENTS PROTESTS OVER SLOW ROAD CONSTRUCTION IN KENYA

MAKENGI RESIDENTS PROTESTS OVER SLOW ROAD CONSTRUCTION IN KENYA

The ongoing construction of Mirundi-Kevote road is causing serious tension among Mekengi residents in Kenya. These tension has led to a protest by residents of the community over the slow process of constructing the road.

The protesters on Tuesday barricaded the road, causing a major traffic jam. Meanwhile during the

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MCM PLANS TO CONSTRUCT MULTI-PURPOSE STADIUM IN BOTSWANA

MCM PLANS TO CONSTRUCT MULTI-PURPOSE STADIUM IN BOTSWANA

Morupule Coal Mine (MCM) has announced plans to construct a multi-purpose stadium in Palapye, Botswana.

According to the community liaison manager Letsibogo Ndwap, the mine’s board of directors had approved USD1m (P12.3 million) for phase one of the project.

Ndwap said the stadium would be situated at the Palapye area

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RESIDENT UNHAPPY WITH NEW BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION IN GAMBIA

RESIDENT UNHAPPY WITH NEW BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION IN GAMBIA

Resident of Sabi Ward Development Committee (WDC) has raised concerned over the construction of the new Kumbija bridge in Fulladu East District, Upper River Region (URR) in Gambia.

Speaking to the media, the Secretary-General of Sabi WDC, Hagi Suwaneh said the region is unhappy with the splitting of the road

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14 YEARS AFTER CONSTRUCTION, FACTORY REMAINS ABANDONED IN NIGERIA

14 YEARS AFTER CONSTRUCTION, FACTORY REMAINS ABANDONED IN NIGERIA

It is quite disheartening that a project after completion is left unused. This can be witness in oyo state, in the western region of Nigeria.

The burnt brick factory built by the Oyo State Government is located in Oloba Village, Erunmu, Egbeda Local Government Area of the state. It was

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