FEC approve construction of new facility of art building at Adamawa State University.
Nigeria Federal Executive Council (FEC) has approve the construction of a new university building. The new building facility will be at Adamawa State University, Mubi town in the state.
The approval was announced by Minister of Education, … Read More
Italian government issues €1 million euros for Somalia infrastructure development.
Somalia government is set to receive funds which will help grow the country Infrastructure. This is after Italian government signed a deal with African Development Bank (AfDB) Multi-Partner Somalia Infrastructure Fund. The fund is worth €1 million euros.
Somalia is … Read More
Rwanda Government is considering creating a database for deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) and biometric data for all Rwandans
Rwanda is making plan to introduce DNA Database to its citizens. This is after Minister for Justice and Attorney General, Johnston Busingye disclosed the information during the ‘Justice Week’ in kigali.
The aim … Read More
Doctors unhappy with Uganda government over support for the construction of Lubowa hospital.
Doctors of Uganda Medical Association has express their dismay over government plans to support the construction of a specialised hospital. The deal was signed with a consortium comprising of Finasi and ROKO Construction Company.
The plan is … Read More
National Assembly approve Division of revenue bill that will determining each province’s equitable share.
In the quest to have a stability, South Africa’s National Assembly has approve the division of revenue bill. The Division of Revenue bill will provide for equitable division of funds raised nationally. It will also be … Read More
IFA gets fund for infrastructure development in six African nations
Investment fund Africa IFA has secure US$6 billion for infrastructure development in Africa. This IFA fund is the first phase of its drive towards infrastructure development in Africa. The deal was announced during an interview with investment fund’s chairperson and … Read More
Germany and Egypt to partner more because of Egypt’s open economy and policies.
Egypt’s open economy progress is commendable says Germany. This is according to Thomas Bareiß; German’s parliamentary state secretary at the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy @ BMWi bund.
To further strengthen mutual links … Read More
Chinese Exim Bank offer US$3bn to Egypt for its infrastructure development.
Chinese Exim Bank is offering Egypt US$3bn for their new projects over the next couple of years. This will help grow Exim Bank brand in the nation as well as investing for the future.
The fund will include a … Read More
BDEAC plans to finance development projects in DR Congo.
Plans are underway by the Development Bank of the Central African States (BDEAC) to finance projects in Democratic Republic of the Congo. This is the first time that BDEAC is financing any project in the nation.
The bank is prioritizing the … Read More
U.S issues visa ban on Ghana
U.S government has issued a visa ban on Ghana. This is after the Ghanaian government’s refusal to take back its citizens that were to be deported by the U.S government. This latest development will have definitely make Ghanaians go through a very hard process … Read More
Anti-Graft Summit held in Kenya with the aim of tackling corruption
Corruption is like a form of dishonesty to any nation or place. This is why the Kenya government has set up an anti-graft summit which will aim to tackle such problem.
The summit which has brought various stakeholders from … Read More
Senegal launches its first electronic railway line in Dakar.
Senegal has just launched a new railway line that will help boost the nation’s economy. The railway line will link the capital city to different areas in the nation. This project is a part of the nation’s development goals.
The railway … Read More
Loud explosion sound heard at Michel Camp in Ghana but no death recorded.
The famous Michel camp was on fire early this morning after loud explosion. The explosion occurred in the early hours, Meanwhile resident in the area looking for ways to evacuate to a safe place.
The camp barrack … Read More
Minister happy with progress of office building construction as part of plans to relocate to the state capital in Dodoma.
Construction of water and irrigation ministry office is moving at a steady pace according to the minister. During his visit, the minister express his excitement about the pace of the … Read More
Malawi Govt launches construction of five China-Aided community technical colleges.
Developing a community is one of the key ways of having good infrastructure in any nation. This is why Malawi and China has launched a China-Aided Community project in Malawi which will help improve lives.
Under the China-Aided Community Project, … Read More
Sasol company receive two license to explore gas in mozambique which will help expand its brand.
Gas exploration in Africa is key towards having a good infrastructure development. This is why Africa nations mostly East Africa is striving to use this medium to help develop the nation.
Mozambique has approve … Read More
Mberengwa-mnene road construction on hold after contractors pull out due to cash flow challenges.
Mberengwa-mnene road project is on hold after contractors decide to pull out. The contractors are unhappy with the way the project is been handle and has so far remove all their equipments on site.
The contractor … Read More
Female contractors in Liberia asking to be prioritize especially during contract bidding.
Female contractors in Liberia are seeking for more space in the construction industry. They are calling for major stakeholders in the nation to prioritize them because they feel left behind.
The women under the banner, Female Contractors of … Read More
AFDB give Ghana US$1.5m as part of its plans to develop Africa’s energy deficits.
Ghanaian government has receive the sum of US$1.5m for its energy sector. This funds is from the African Development Bank Group (AFDB) with will help support the nation for energy generation. It will also help Ghana … Read More
Namibia minister of works and transport appoint new RCC board members after old members sign self-funding agreement without authorization from the Government.
Namibia Minister of works and transport John Mutorwa appoint new temporary board of directors of RCC. Meanwhile Road Contractor company (RCC) has been going through problem which result … Read More