Africa is ready to improve its position on the globe through Smart Cities Technology. The ultimate goal of a Smart City is transformational: to achieve enhanced quality of life for citizens and deliver tangible benefits at national, provincial and municipal levels.
The African Smart Cities Summit took place on Tuesday, … Read More
The Terminal revamp ongoing at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA) in Kenya is having a serious effect on activities in the area.
According to Kenya Airports Authority (KAA), the issues has been compounded with the unavailability of JKIA’s Terminals 1B and 1C which are at advanced stages of refurbishment has … Read More
President of Liberia, George M. Weah is set to handover the Duala market to the people in a ground breaking ceremony.
The U.S.$3.8m project which kick-off in Oct of 2021 is seen as by the citizens of Liberia as a dream comes through; adding that it is amazing to see … Read More
The Department and Water and Sanitation (DWS) in South Africa has opened two sluice gates at the Vaal Dam due to increased inflows from feeding catchments.
The increased inflow in the catchment area has become an alarming effect that needs urgent attention that was why the two gates where opened.… Read More
The construction of Chamwino State House Project which is aimed at ensuring the President Samia Suluhu Hassan work at this her special place and work at a good environment for efficiency.
Speaking during the site tour, Prime Minister Kassim Majaliwa noted that He insisted the contractors to make sure that … Read More
Zambia’s biggest hindrances to it’s development has been a poor road network especially in the rural areas where the majority of the poorest of Zambians live.
In the urban areas, Zambia can point to some roads and area having just one decent road and that road would be one that … Read More
Over the past decades, the nation has been suffering from poor housing. Such challenges for lower-income households to obtain their own home are twofold. Lack of affordable, good quality housing stock and the difficulty of gaining housing finance has been a major problem.
The country is the second-most populous and … Read More
The expansion work on Ghana’s Circle Neoplan station is set to kick-off today 17 January 2022. The announcement was made by the Welfare Secretary of the Circle Neoplan Station, Kassim Hassan.
According to Hassain, The expansion is to help decongest the currently choked station in the area. He noted that … Read More
The propose multi-billion dollar development project which is worth US$3.6 billion which will transform the country sea, lake and dry ports over the next 30 years maybe encounter organised crime and terrorism in the future.
The project which is one of the seven mega infrastructure development schemes under the Lamu … Read More
Kenya witnessed a third nationwide power blackout in four years, which resulted in financial losses running into millions of shillings as businesses were disrupted. The outrage started around 10.45 am and took nearly four hours before being restored to parts of the country after repair works by the Kenya Power … Read More
BUA Group is a leading foods, infrastructure, mining and manufacturing conglomerate Headquartered in Nigeria with diversified investments spanning key business sectors of the African economy. At BUA Group, we are committed to providing a workplace in which every employee feels empowered to contribute, make an impact, and have the opportunity … Read More
For the past three years, Namibia construction sector has witness a rapid decline in the sector. This is as a result of project not completed on time and the banks having difficulty to extend credit which has seriously affected the sector.
The construction sector has been a major driver of … Read More
The New Administrative Capital design in Egypt is a project that has been under construction since 2015. It is aimed at ensuring that the Nation moved into a technology era which focus on a SMART CITY as well as reflecting the religion’s true principles.
So with the construction of the … Read More
Being able to connect to the internet means opening up all the benefits and possibilities of developed countries to the people of Africa, including essentials like mobile banking, chat and video, and access to e-health and e-education – as a starting point.
It means that producers have more access to … Read More
One of the saddest stories of the year has gone largely unreported: the slowdown of political and economic progress in sub-Saharan Africa. There is no longer a clear path to be seen, or a simple story to be told, about how the world’s poorest continent might claw its way up … Read More
Africa is leading the World Trade Organisation, and there is no better time to really understand what the World Trade Organisation (WTO) is all about. This will give you a better understanding of how Africa can leverage this opportunity to build a more prosperous and peaceful continent.
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When all is said and done in 2020, African economies will probably have outperformed the rest of the world during the coronavirus pandemic. Africa’s 54 countries now include seven of the globe’s 10 fastest-growing economies, in part because the lethal virus may have improved their competitive advantage as they accelerated … Read More
Renewable energy will be a critical driver of Africa’s post-COVID-19 growth recovery and economic prosperity, panelists in a 2021 UK Africa Investment Summit event said Wednesday, as they called for a stronger partnership between the United Kingdom and Africa.
The panel, themed UK & Africa: Partnering in Sustainable and Resilient … Read More
Chinese State Councilor Wang Yi has reaffirmed that the friendship between China and Africa remains rock-solid and stable no matter what the international situation they faced.
Mr. Yi, who is also Foreign Minister said the difficulties, obstacles, or disruptions encountered cannot change the relationship that exist between the pair.
He … Read More
Ethiopia and Kenya has reaffirm it’s commitment towards the infrastructural projects at the cross-border linking both nations.
Both nations in a joint statement made the announcement shortly after inspecting the ongoing construction of the new 32-berth Lamu Port, when President Kenyatta visited Ethiopian Prime Minister Dr Abiy Ahmed.
According to … Read More