DANGOTE CEMENT CEO SET FOR RETIREMENT

DANGOTE CEMENT CEO SET FOR RETIREMENT

Joseph Makoju (Mr Cement) set to retire as Dangote Cement Group MD and CEO after 45 years in the Industry

Retirement is one thing every individuals gets to experience in the cause of their working career. So in the case of Dangote Cement Group MD and CEO, Joseph Makoju there

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PICTURES FROM CONSTRUCTION OF NEW NGONG MARKET IN KENYA

PICTURES FROM CONSTRUCTION OF NEW NGONG MARKET IN KENYA

New Ngong Market construction progress pictures

Construction of New Ngong Market is making great progress from the latest report. The market which kick-off in march of 2019 will have five floors with potential to serve over 2000 traders in Ngong town.

The project is financed by World Bank through the

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75 MILLION JOBS WILL NOT SURVIVE 4TH INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION- EGYPT MINISTER

75 MILLION JOBS WILL NOT SURVIVE 4TH INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION- EGYPT MINISTER

4th Industrial revolution set to reduce 75 millions jobs according to Minister Talaat

Egypt Minister for Communication and Technology has announced that over a millions jobs will not survive the 4th industrial revolution. This statement was made during the inauguration of new technology projects in Sohag governorate.

Minister for communication

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ROAD COMPLETED IN KENYA AFTER 20 YEARS UNDER CONSTRUCTION

ROAD COMPLETED IN KENYA AFTER 20 YEARS UNDER CONSTRUCTION

Mati road completed after 20 years under construction in Kenya

The nature of poor planning whenever it comes to infrastructural development needs to be changed. Leaders and decision makers in African countries needs to change their mindset when it comes to developing a nation. It still baffled me how a

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CUSTOMER ENGINEER AT GOOGLE CLOUD, SOUTH AFRICA

CUSTOMER ENGINEER AT GOOGLE CLOUD, SOUTH AFRICA

The Google Cloud Platform team helps customers transform and evolve their business through the use of Google’s global network, web-scale data centers and software infrastructure. As part of an entrepreneurial team in this rapidly growing business, you will help shape the future of businesses of all sizes use technology to

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BUILDING COLLAPSE IN SOUTH AFRICA KILLS CONTRACTOR AND INJURES THREE OTHERS

BUILDING COLLAPSE IN SOUTH AFRICA KILLS CONTRACTOR AND INJURES THREE OTHERS

Contractor killed as building collapse in Benoni, South Africa

It was a sad day yesterday as resident end the day with a terrible news of a building collapses. The most painful aspect of this terrible incident was the death of the contractor and three workers has injuries.

The project which

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ETHIOPIA: ADDIS-ABABA NULLIFIES 1,178 INVESTMENT LICENSES

ETHIOPIA: ADDIS-ABABA NULLIFIES 1,178 INVESTMENT LICENSES

Addis Ababa City Administration Investment Commission has nullified a total of 1,178 investment licenses for failure to kick-off the projects.

Ethiopia’s investment law demands that any project that fails to commence, the licence will be void. Hence, Addis Ababa City Administration Investment Commission standing by this law has revoked 1,178

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DISTRICT MANAGER AT SHELL, SOUTH AFRICA

DISTRICT MANAGER AT SHELL, SOUTH AFRICA

At Shell, we believe in human solutions to global challenges. Discover what you can achieve in a creative and collaborative culture of innovation. Shell is looking for District Manager to manage team of Country Territory Managers.

Location: Cape Town

JOB DESCRIPTION

District Managers must deliver volumetric and financial targets for

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GHANA INSTITUTION OF ENGINEERS (GhIE) SAY OVER 36 WATER PLANT BROKEN DOWN

GHANA INSTITUTION OF ENGINEERS (GhIE) SAY OVER 36 WATER PLANT BROKEN DOWN

GhIE calls for government intervention over 36 broken water treatment plants

Ghana Institution of Engineers (GhIE) has disclosed that over 36 water treatment plants are currently not functioning. This statement was made during the eighth National Development Forum held in Accra by immediate Past GhIE President Steve Anoff Amoaning-Yankson.

This

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RWANDA’s MEMBER OF PARLIAMENT ASSESS COUNTRY INFRASTRUCTURE DURING TOUR

RWANDA’s MEMBER OF PARLIAMENT ASSESS COUNTRY INFRASTRUCTURE DURING TOUR

Lower House begins infrastructure tour around the nation.

Rwanda Members of Parliaments (MPs) to begin tour around the nation basic infrastructural facilities. The tour which kick-off today 6 January 2020 is aimed at assessing projects that have been driving the economic development in the nation.

It will also aimed at

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“GARDEN CITY” OR “GARBAGE CITY”, THE CHOICE IS YOURS?

“GARDEN CITY” OR “GARBAGE CITY”, THE CHOICE IS YOURS?

Christmas is here again! Party after Party, with so much to eat and drink. As you make plans to enjoy the festivities, it is important that you think about the environmental effect of some actions.

In this season, there is usually an exponential growth in the amount of Plastics and

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KENYA LOSSES USD 39 MILLION ADVANCE PAYMENT ON ITARE DAM

KENYA LOSSES USD 39 MILLION ADVANCE PAYMENT ON ITARE DAM

Kenya investigates USD 39 million spent on the failed Itare Dam project.

Rift Valley Water Works Development Agency (RVWWDA) is currently facing investigations from the Directorate of Criminal Investigations over the alleged graft in the USD 39 million failed Itare Dam Project. The agency had awarded CMC Di Ravenna

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AN APPROACH TO BUILDING RESILIENT CIVIL ENGINEERING INFRASTRUCTURE FOR THE FUTURE IN DIFFICULT TERRAIN

AN APPROACH TO BUILDING RESILIENT CIVIL ENGINEERING INFRASTRUCTURE FOR THE FUTURE IN DIFFICULT TERRAIN

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

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USD 18 BILLION LNG BRASS TO BE RE-EVALUATED

USD 18 BILLION LNG BRASS TO BE RE-EVALUATED

Senator Biobarakuma Degi-Eremienyo moved a motion to assess the USD 18 billion LNG Brass project.

After appropriate consideration of the motion raised by the senator representing Bayelsa East, Biobarakuma Degi-Eremienyo among 26 other senators, the National House of Assembly has agreed to review the 15 years old uncompleted Brass project.

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FIBERTEX AND SPECIFYING TECHNIQUES HOST CPD SEMINAR IN BOTSWANA

FIBERTEX AND SPECIFYING TECHNIQUES HOST CPD SEMINAR IN BOTSWANA

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

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BUILDING THE FUTURE: RESILIENT INFRASTRUCTURE TODAY FOR A SUSTAINABLE NIGER DELTA TOMORROW

BUILDING THE FUTURE: RESILIENT INFRASTRUCTURE TODAY FOR A SUSTAINABLE NIGER DELTA TOMORROW

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

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GHANA PRESIDENT VISIT CONSTRUCTION PROJECT AT ADENTAN MUNICIPALITY

GHANA PRESIDENT VISIT CONSTRUCTION PROJECT AT ADENTAN MUNICIPALITY

President Nana Akufo-Addo commission projects at Adentan municipality in Ghana

Ghana President visit is part of plans to commission projects at Adentan muncipality. According to reports, the  51 million Ghana cedis road project is a Ministry of Roads and Highways project. It will be executed through the Ministry’s implementing agency

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