ENGINEERS READY FOR BRIDGE CONNECTION PROJECT IN LIBERIA

ENGINEERS READY FOR BRIDGE CONNECTION PROJECT IN LIBERIA

Amidst public outcry about a deplorable bridge connecting River Gee and Grand Kru counties, a team of engineers from Monrovia have arrived in River Gee County to commence intensive work on the Gbeapo Joequiken deplorable bridge.

The team of engineers arrived in the county recently after several calls from citizens

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GHANA PRESIDENT CUT SOD FOR VACCINE MANUFACTURING FACILTIES IN RWANDA

GHANA PRESIDENT CUT SOD FOR VACCINE MANUFACTURING FACILTIES IN RWANDA

President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, who joined the host country’s President, Paul Kagame, at the ceremony, said the project signaled the commencement of the end-to-end vaccine manufacturing facility involving Ghana, Rwanda, and Senegal.

The establishment of the mRNA BioNTech SE vaccine production facility in Rwanda is the first step in

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CONSTRUCTION OF TWO MINISTRY IN NAMIBIA ABANDONED DUE TO POOR WORKMANSHIP

CONSTRUCTION OF TWO MINISTRY IN NAMIBIA ABANDONED DUE TO POOR WORKMANSHIP

The construction of offices for the Ministry of Agriculture, Water and Land Reform and the Ministry of Education, Arts and Culture at Eenhana in the Ohangwena region have been left abandoned for years. This is said to be due to poor workmanship.

The tender for the agriculture ministry’s regional office

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EGYPT GOVT. COMPLETES 5,242KM CANAL REHABILITATION

EGYPT GOVT. COMPLETES 5,242KM CANAL REHABILITATION

Egypt has rehabilitated canals with lengths of up to 5,242 km in different governorates thus far since the national project of lining canals kicked off.

The project, launched per the instructions of President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi, aims to rehabilitate canals with total lengths of 20,000 km at a cost of

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JUKWA-TWIFO PRASO ROAD NETWORK OPENED TO THE PUBLIC IN GHANA

JUKWA-TWIFO PRASO ROAD NETWORK OPENED TO THE PUBLIC IN GHANA

The Jukwa-Twifo Praso road which was washed out by torrential rain in the area and the overflow of the Surowi River has been opened for the movement of vehicles and individuals.

Authorities would continue with measures to ensure that the work being done on the road was completed. This follows

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SA’s ESKOM WARNED CITIZEN OF POSSIBLE LOAD SHEDDING

SA’s ESKOM WARNED CITIZEN OF POSSIBLE LOAD SHEDDING

Power utility Eskom has cautioned the public of possible load shedding due to the continued shortage of generation capacity. In a statement, Eskom said the power system is very constrained for this evening and for the next few weeks.

“There are a number of generating units expected to return to

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NAMIBIA’s INDEPENDENCE STADIUM FACELIFT SET FOR AUGUST

NAMIBIA’s INDEPENDENCE STADIUM FACELIFT SET FOR AUGUST

The refurbishment of the Independence Stadium in Windhoek is expected to start in August and will cost just over N$83 million, the Ministry of Sport, Youth, and National Service.

That figure could rise to N$125 million if the City of Windhoek sells the open area on the southern part of

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UGANDA GOVT. PARTNER WITH SNV NETHERLAND DEVELOPMENT FOR ABC PROJECT

UGANDA GOVT. PARTNER WITH SNV NETHERLAND DEVELOPMENT FOR ABC PROJECT

The Ministry of Energy and Mineral Development and the SNV Netherlands Development Organisations (SNV) Uganda has launched the Africa Biodigester Component (ABC) project, to boost access to biodigesters for circular agriculture and renewable energy.

According to the press release, the four-year project will run until 2025 and is being funded

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80 YEARS OLD 35KM PAMANGA-DAKKA NEGELECTED ROAD FINALLY BEGUNS

80 YEARS OLD 35KM PAMANGA-DAKKA NEGELECTED ROAD FINALLY BEGUNS

Commencement of the 35km Pamanga- Dakka road after 80 years of neglect has finally begun. The road project which was awarded at the cost of N10.3 billion and has neared 60% completion was officially flagged off on Sunday.

The project is expected to benefit the Pamanga, Dakka, and adjoining Communities

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BAC SIGNED JAMBARR SANNEH ROAD CONSTRUCTION AGREEMENT WITH GIGO IN THE GAMBIA

BAC SIGNED JAMBARR SANNEH ROAD CONSTRUCTION AGREEMENT WITH GIGO IN THE GAMBIA

The Brikama Area Council (BAC) has signed a D9,994,900 road construction agreement with GIGO Construction Company.

The contract was awarded to GIGO Construction Company for the construction of Jambarr Sanneh Road in Brikama. The signing ceremony was attended by senior staff of the councilcouncilorsrs and representatives from the National Road

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COMMUNITY MEMBERS AGGREIVED OVER POOR ROAD CONSTRUCTION IN NAMIBIA

COMMUNITY MEMBERS AGGREIVED OVER POOR ROAD CONSTRUCTION IN NAMIBIA

Aggrieved community members of the Okondjatu district are up in arms over the constant shoddy construction work executed at the poorly developed village, north east of Okahandja, in the Otjozondjupa Region.

Some community members raised serious concerns over the habitual awarding of tenders to what they termed fly-by-night construction companies,

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GHANA VP CUT SOD FOR CONSTRUCTION OF TAMALE-WALEWALE HIGHWAY

GHANA VP CUT SOD FOR CONSTRUCTION OF TAMALE-WALEWALE HIGHWAY

The project is being financed by the Indian Exim Bank and the Indian High Commissioner to Ghana H.E. Sugandh Rajaram was among the dignitaries present at the ceremony in Walewale in the North East Region.

The reconstruction of the international highway, which connects the southern part of the country to

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SA GOVT. MAKE PROGRESS ON WATER AND POWER RESTORATION

SA GOVT. MAKE PROGRESS ON WATER AND POWER RESTORATION

KwaZulu-Natal Premier, Sihle Zikalala, says substantial progress has been made in restoring water and power supply in areas affected by the recent floods.

“The Inner West Region is almost 90% restored. The Outer West Supply has improved from 45% to 95%. The Central Region has improved from 45% to 85%.

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CONSTRUCTION OF KENYA LARGEST CONTACT CENTRE KICK-OFF

CONSTRUCTION OF KENYA LARGEST CONTACT CENTRE KICK-OFF

The construction of Kenya’s largest contact center that will employ thousands of young people has officially kicked off at Tatu City. The 4000-seat facility will open its doors at the end of next year to provide business process outsourcing that supports the whole customer lifecycle in both traditional voice interactions

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CONSTRUCTION OF TEMA-MPAKADAN RAILWAY LINE TO BE COMPLETED IN DECEMBER

CONSTRUCTION OF TEMA-MPAKADAN RAILWAY LINE TO BE COMPLETED IN DECEMBER

The construction of railway lines from Tema to Mpakadan will be completed by the end of December 2022.

The Minister for Railway Development, John-Peter Amewu, who gave this assurance when he toured the construction site from Tema to Mpakadan, said although the 97-kilometer project was delayed due to several setbacks,

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TANZANIA GOVT. TELLS CONTRACTOR TO SPEED UP MINISTRY BUILDING CONSTRUCTION

TANZANIA GOVT. TELLS CONTRACTOR TO SPEED UP MINISTRY BUILDING CONSTRUCTION

The Tanzania government has called on contractors working on the second phase of the Ministry’s buildings at Mtumba Government Town (Magufuli City) in Dodoma to speed up the project and complete it on time as stipulated in the construction agreement.

The call was made by the Permanent Secretary of the

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RWANDA AUTHORITY TO DEPOLY TECH TO MONITOR ILLEGAL CONSTRUCTION

RWANDA AUTHORITY TO DEPOLY TECH TO MONITOR ILLEGAL CONSTRUCTION

In Kigali, authorities are in the process of deploying an advanced aero-mapping technology that will be aligned with the Building Permits Management Information System (BPMIS) and the Online Kigali City Masterplan to monitor informal settlements; implying that any construction that is not within the BPMIS will be remotely identified.

When

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TANZANIA GOVT. SIGNED DEAL WITH CHEC FOR PORT CONSTRUCTION

TANZANIA GOVT. SIGNED DEAL WITH CHEC FOR PORT CONSTRUCTION

Tanzania government has signed an agreement with China Habour Engineering Company (CHEC) for the construction of the long-awaited fishing port in Kilwa District, Lindi Region, as part of efforts to promote fisheries in the country.

Speaking during the signing ceremony in Dodoma, on Wednesday, the Minister for Livestock and Fisheries,

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JUMBO STEEL MILL TO INVEST SH2BILLON FOR KISUMU NEW PLANT FACTOR

JUMBO STEEL MILL TO INVEST SH2BILLON FOR KISUMU NEW PLANT FACTOR

A Local steel producer, Jumbo Steel Mill, has put Sh2 billion in another bedding and polyvinyl chloride (PVC) water tank manufacturing plant in Kisumu.

The plant which sits on 27 sections of land has been introduced with cutting-edge hardware running on 100% 700kw sun-based power. The speculation focuses to make

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RECONSTRUCTION OF DAMAGED INFRASTRUCTURE IN SA TO COST R500MILLION

RECONSTRUCTION OF DAMAGED INFRASTRUCTURE IN SA TO COST R500MILLION

The KwaZulu-Natal Provincial Government has revealed a multimillion-rand project, which will prompt the redesign and recovery of vital streets harmed by the new floods.

Sent off in Mbumbulu on Monday, the R500 million street project is essential for the commonplace government’s proceeded with work to revamp the transport framework that

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