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.
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The Lagos State Government, through, the State Metropolitan Area Transport Authority, LAMATA has announced it has completed the impact assessment and studies on the proposed construction of a rail mass transit in the state.
The rail project is aimed at moving more than 750,000 passengers daily as it will be … Read More
Rwanda cricket association has announced plan on an oval of it facility at a construction cost worth Rwf100million to meet international standards.
The 140 square-meter facility Upgrade fund is expected to come from the Cricket Association’s development budget, but negotiations with sponsors to support the project are underway.
The first … Read More
Uganda’s state-run National Environment Management Authority (NEMA) has approved the Environment and Social Impact Assessment (ESIA) for the construction of the East African Crude Oil Pipeline (EACOP) project.
The US$3.5 billion pipeline is expected to export crude oil from western fields to the Indian Ocean coast in Tanzania.
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Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) Gambia has announced it’s plans for the construction of 50KM of 20 new urban roads in the country.
The project which is funded from a loan of 50 million dollar from the Saudi Fund for Development is expected to kick-off in the first quarter of … Read More
Zimbabwe government has announced it’s plans to invest fund into its public infrastructure next year.
This plan will ensure it’s citizens can participate in Zimbabwe’s social and economic development with investment in energy, transport, water, health, housing, education, ICT and irrigation leading the pack.
The investment plan is under the … Read More
The lack of proper management facing African countries is quite alarming especially when it has to do with the infrastructure industry.
For 10years now, a multi-million-shilling cement factory in Sebit, West Pokot County, has not kicked off after it was commissioned by then Prime Minister Raila Odinga in July 2010.… Read More
It quite sad that the African continent with it huge population is still finding it hard to provide Green Energy despite all the wealth of talent the continent have at its disposal.
With less than a decade to meet global energy goals, sub-Saharan Africa is finding it difficult to provide … Read More
Government of Mozambique is looking at the possibility of expanding the health network throughout the country, through investing in building new district hospitals. The aim is to bring better care to the most vulnerable population groups in the country.
Speaking at the opening in Maputo of a meeting of his … Read More
Liberia government through the Monrovia City Council has begun erection of modern market tables.
This project will be a steel market table one, which is first of its kind in Liberia. It will have the capacity to host over 2,000 marketers thereby, creating a safe, clean and healthy environment for … Read More
The pandemic has really affected the global and Zimbabwe new parliament building construction is also suffering due to it.
Currently, the project is on halt as Engineers handling the project are stuck in China due to the pandemic.
President Mnangagwa while speaking to journalists said the Chinese experts working on … Read More
For 10years now, Modimolle-Mookgophong Local Municipality has been suffering from water shortage which has seriously affected the municipality.
However, all that may soon come to an end after Water and Sanitation Deputy Minister, David Mahlobo visited the area to assess the water problems that have plagued the area for 10 … Read More
Councillors of the Douala II council in Cameroon is making plans to realise its project goals that was disrupted by the Covid19 pandemic outbreak.
During a midterm evaluation and budgetary council session that took place in the council, councillors regretted that the council was unable to realize most of its … Read More
Ghana President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has inaugurated an ultra-modern Driver and Vehicle Licensing Authority (DVLA) complex at Akomadan, in the Offinso North of Ashanti.
The DVLA facility is expected to ease pressure on the Kumasi office of DVLA as it would serve people in the Offinso North, Offinso South … Read More
President Sisi has inspected the workflow and the completion rates in some of the sites of the road and utility network development projects in Cairo.
The presidential spokesman Bassam Rady who made the statement said the President toured the main axes in eastern Cairo, including the Salah Salem axis, Cairo … Read More
Kenya National Highways Authority (KeNHA) has announced that the floating bridge which is under construction will be completed in December this year.
According to one of their Engineers Eric Wambua, the project is 80% complete and should be ready by December 15.
Quoting Wambua, “We have finished the foundation and … Read More
Malawi Department of National Parks and Wildlife has decreased prices to 75% for lodging at Lifupa Lodge in Kasungu National Park for both international and local tourists.
The decision was made after the government terminated a contract with the previous owner Act to Protect (AP) due to poor services and … Read More
Egypt Minister for Water Resources and Irrigation Mohamed Abdel Aaty during a meeting noted that the country canal is ready for the raining season.
Speaking in meeting with executive leaders of the Egyptian Public Authority for Drainage Projects (EPADP), Aaty reviewed the state of Egypt’s canals.
Aaty emphasised the need … Read More
Rwanda Social Security Board (RSSB) has announced it’s plans to address growing deficit of affordable housing in the City of Kigali.
The plans involves targeting availing properties valued at not more that Rwf35m which is the threshold for affordable houses in the country according to Rwanda Housing Authority.
The pension … Read More
President Museveni has commissioned the 150.3kms Soroti–Moroto road which is worth sh646bn.
During the ceremony, President Museveni said the project was fully funded by the government. That the road will reduce travel time between Soroti to Moroto and spur development in Karamoja.
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