CONSTRUCTION WORKERS HANDLING NKHATA BAY MARKET PROJECT END TWO WEEKS STRIKE IN MALAWI

CONSTRUCTION WORKERS HANDLING NKHATA BAY MARKET PROJECT END TWO WEEKS STRIKE IN MALAWI

Construction workers has resumed it duty after a two weeks strike following unpaid dues by their employer. The workers are working on the Nkhata bay market construction site with China Gansu Engineering Corporation Limited as it employer.

It was alleged that the workers has not been paid since the project

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KOFORIDUA STADIUM CONSTRUCTION NEARS COMPLETION IN GHANA

KOFORIDUA STADIUM CONSTRUCTION NEARS COMPLETION IN GHANA

Stadium construction is key when it comes to unearthing raw talents in the sporting world. That is why, it is truly a key infrastructural development that every nation MUST consider.

So far, the Koforidua Stadium located in Ghana is nearing completion which is a wonderful news for resident as only

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HOW TANZANIA CAN BENEFIT FROM CONSTRUCTION FINANCING IN THE INDUSTRY

HOW TANZANIA CAN BENEFIT FROM CONSTRUCTION FINANCING IN THE INDUSTRY

The rapid rise in construction activities in Tanzania is surely a wonderful site to behold as the nation infrastructural development has increased.

In the space of six months, a robust growth has being witnessed in Tanzania’s construction industry which has a ripple effects that trickle down to the ordinary citizen.

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SUDAN GOVT. BEGINS GERD NEGOTIATION

SUDAN GOVT. BEGINS GERD NEGOTIATION

Sudan government has announced that the GERD negotiation has resumed after a meeting was held.

According to the press release, “Negotiations on the Filling and Operations of the Great Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD), resumed on Monday the 10th of August, at the invitation of the African Union; in attendance are

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MALAWI MINISTER TASK COMPANY TO BUILD INFRASTRUCTURE AS CSR

MALAWI MINISTER TASK COMPANY TO BUILD INFRASTRUCTURE AS CSR

Malawi Minister of mining, Rashid Gaffar has asked Mota-Engil to construct a primary school in Traditional Authority Machinjiri in Blantyre as part of its corporate social responsibility (CSR).

According to Gaffer, “Although it is not your responsibility, you still should do something; in the next five years, I want to

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ENGINEERING BODIES IN NIGERIA SEEK SOLUTIONS TO BUILDING COLLAPSES

ENGINEERING BODIES IN NIGERIA SEEK SOLUTIONS TO BUILDING COLLAPSES

Engineering bodies in Nigeria are standing up after several building collapse in the country has dragged the society to a negative limelight.

During a webinar organised by the Nigerian Institute of Building (NIOB), The Chairman of the Council of Registered Builders of Nigeria (CORBON), Professor Kabir Bala, had charged construction

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CONSTRUCTION OF MALAWI’s ZOMBA STADIUM TAKING TOO LONG

CONSTRUCTION OF MALAWI’s ZOMBA STADIUM TAKING TOO LONG

The construction of Zomba stadium which was expected to be completed on October 5 will actually take longer according to Public Relations Officer for Zomba City Council, Mercy Chaluma.

The project had first faced financial problems then later it was affected by the Covid-19 pandemic. These made the project to

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COVID-19 PANDEMIC SHOWCASING NAMIBIA’s POOR HOUSING SYSTEM

COVID-19 PANDEMIC SHOWCASING NAMIBIA’s POOR HOUSING SYSTEM

As the pandemic keeps spreading with new cases recorded on a daily basis, so many aspect of a country failing system has been put on spotlight.

In Namibia, the country housing sector has taken a rapid decline since the covid-19 pandemic began as resident in some region is having serious

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TRAIN SERVICE STILL SUSPENDED IN NIGERIA

TRAIN SERVICE STILL SUSPENDED IN NIGERIA

Nigeria Railway Corporation (NRC) has revealed that the national train service is still suspended because there are concerns that passengers will not obey all protocols that are being developed.

Speaking to the media, NRC Managing Director, Mr. Fidet Okhiria said it is easy to comply with the protocols in air

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GHANA’S YEAR OF ROADS: WILL THIS BE ANOTHER FAILED PROMISE?

GHANA’S YEAR OF ROADS: WILL THIS BE ANOTHER FAILED PROMISE?

The constant failed promises by African leaders is gradually becoming alarming. As African, we have witness so many promise made by leaders but still end up with nothing to put on display as achievement recorded.

This can be witness in Ghana as President Akufo-Addo announced his intention to embark on

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GHANA COMMISSIONS COMMUNITY ICT CENTRES TO DRIVE DIGITALISATION

GHANA COMMISSIONS COMMUNITY ICT CENTRES TO DRIVE DIGITALISATION

Ghana is proactively enabling rural connectivity with an ambitious plan to construct 30 community ICT centres. Following this plan, the Minister for Communications, Hon. Ursula Owusu Ekuful commissions ICT laboratory at New Century Career Training Institute in the Ablekuma West Municipality. She also commissioned two Community ICT Centers in

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UGANDA’s PALLISA-KAMONKOLI ROAD PROJECT PROGRESS REPORT

UGANDA’s PALLISA-KAMONKOLI ROAD PROJECT PROGRESS REPORT

The construction of 44km Pallisa-Kamonkoli road is currently at 45.3% completed according to the latest update from Uganda National Road Authority (UNRA). 

UNRA made the statement via their social media handle that the project has been handed over by the contractor. That cummulative progress of works on the whole project

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WATER SHORTAGE AFFECT SCHOOL RESUMPTION IN KWAZULU-NATAL, SA

WATER SHORTAGE AFFECT SCHOOL RESUMPTION IN KWAZULU-NATAL, SA

As school resume in South Africa, KwaZulu-Natal did not open as water shortage is seriously affecting the area. The fight against Covid-19 is vital for resumption of school but with lack of water, the region was unable to follow others.

According to province’s Education MEC Kwazi Mshengu, over 6,000 schools

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KARATINA RESIDENT FACE BUILDING DEMOLITION IN KENYA

KARATINA RESIDENT FACE BUILDING DEMOLITION IN KENYA

The rehabilitation of the Nairobi-Nanyuki line is causing serious problem for residents in Katarina town.

Due to the rehabilitation, several building has been marked for demolition making resident to panic.

Over the weekend, Kenya Railways Corporation (KRC) pulled down hundreds of other structures which had been erected by traders near

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NNPC ANNOUNCED PLANS TO BUILD HOSPITAL IN 12 STATES

NNPC ANNOUNCED PLANS TO BUILD HOSPITAL IN 12 STATES

Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) has announced plans to build hospitals in 12 states across the six geopolitical zone in the country.

The project is a joint venture between the NNPC and its partners, with a budgeted construction cost set for US$53.9m (N21 billion).

Minister for Health Senator Olorunnimbe Mamora,

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ABDI KARIYE HAIL PORT CONSTRUCTION IN SOMALIA

ABDI KARIYE HAIL PORT CONSTRUCTION IN SOMALIA

The construction of a port in Somalia has been hailed by Galmudug regional state president Ahmed Abdi Kariye (Qoor-Qoor).

According to Kariye, the port construction in the city of Habyo will be a game changer for his country economy.

Galmudug president said “The people of Galmudug can construct the port

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GHANA GOVT. TO ORDER 35 TRAINS IN JUNE

GHANA GOVT. TO ORDER 35 TRAINS IN JUNE

Ghana Government though the ministry of Railway has announced plans to order 35 trains to the nation.

Minister of Railway development, Joe Ghartey made the statement during a Port’s interactive programme on national television. According to Ghartey, about US$130m has been approve to purchasd the trains from a company in

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NCX COMMISSIONED 12 WAREHOUSE BUILDINGS IN NIGERIA

NCX COMMISSIONED 12 WAREHOUSE BUILDINGS IN NIGERIA

Nigeria Commodity Exchange (NCX) has commissioned 12 warehouses as part of plans to support trading activities in the nation.

Speaking during the commissioning, Managing Director/CEO of the Exchange, Zaheera Baba-Ari said the warehouses were being established to support trading activities on its trading floor for the benefit of Nigerian commodity

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KIZIGURO GENOCIDE MEMORIAL SITE UPGRADE BEGINS IN RWANDA

KIZIGURO GENOCIDE MEMORIAL SITE UPGRADE BEGINS IN RWANDA

The upgrading of Kiziguro Genocide Memorial Site has kick-off in Rwanda. The Kiziguro Genocide Memorial which was created on 11th April 1995, is a resting place to more than 14,000 victims of the Genocide against the Tutsi.

Mayor of Gatsibo District, which is part of former Murambi Commune, Richard

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SA CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY URGE TO PRACTICE SAFETY MEASURES

SA CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY URGE TO PRACTICE SAFETY MEASURES

After the resumption of construction activities in South Africa, experts has calls for safety measure to be practice all the time.

The appeal was made by the nation Public Works and Infrastructure Minister Patricia de Lille as the nation move to level 3 of the lockdown regulation.

According to De

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