UAE COMPANY TO CONSTRUCT DESALINATION PLANT IN EGYPT

UAE COMPANY TO CONSTRUCT DESALINATION PLANT IN EGYPT

Egypt Government analysing proposal from UAE company for the construction of a desalination plant

Egypt Government has announced they has received offer from a UAE company to construct a desalination plant in the nation. The proposal for the construction which is worth US$800m will have a total capacity of 500,000 …

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GhIG SAY ABURI-AYI MENSAH ROAD DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION WAS INADEQUATE

GhIG SAY ABURI-AYI MENSAH ROAD DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION WAS INADEQUATE

Ghana Institution of Geoscientists unhappy with road design of Aburi-Ayi Mensah dual carriage while also tasking Government to standardisation geomaterial.

Ghana Institution of Geoscientists (GhIG) has criticize the design and construction of the Aburi-Ayi Mensah dual carriage road as inadequate.

According to the institution, this is due to the application …

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ZIMBABWE GOVT. TO ESTABLISH E-CLASSROOM IN PRIMARY SCHOOLS

ZIMBABWE GOVT. TO ESTABLISH E-CLASSROOM IN PRIMARY SCHOOLS

Zimbabwe govt. to partner with FBC Bank for the e-classroom project.

Plans are set in motion for the construction of an e-classroom for primary school in the nation. This was made public by Secretary in the Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education, Mrs Tumisang Thabela.

According to Thabela, it will …

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NEW WATER PIPELINE LAYING CREATES TRAFFIC JAM AT NAMUGONGO ROAD

NEW WATER PIPELINE LAYING CREATES TRAFFIC JAM AT NAMUGONGO ROAD

NWSC’s laying of new water pipes creates traffic jam at Namugongo road in Uganda.

Resident of Namugongo community in Uganda has over the course of the day witness serious traffic jam at the Mogas gas station at the Kireka, Namugongo junction. This is due to the laying of new water …

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SENIOR TECHNICAL SAFETY ENGINEER AT SHELL, NIGERIA

SENIOR TECHNICAL SAFETY ENGINEER AT SHELL, NIGERIA

At Shell, we believe in human solutions to global challenges. Discover what you can achieve in a creative and collaborative culture of innovation. Shell is looking for Senior Technical Safety Engineer to Provide Hazard & Risk Safety Management in their Nigeria office.

JOB DESCRIPTION

Provide Hazard & Risk Safety Management

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HOW EGYPT CAN BENEFIT FROM 5G NETWORK

HOW EGYPT CAN BENEFIT FROM 5G NETWORK

Ways Egypt can benefit from 5G network

Egypt is set to move into the 5G era with the wait long overdue for consumers and businesses. Individuals are happy as it will provide more user access to smart education and smart transportation. With the aim forged on empowering new user experiences …

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PRESIDENT WEAH BREAK GROUND FOR CONSTRUCTION OF NEW 48-INCH DIAMETER PIPELINE PROJECT

PRESIDENT WEAH BREAK GROUND FOR CONSTRUCTION OF NEW 48-INCH DIAMETER PIPELINE PROJECT

President Weah breaks ground for construction of 48 inch diameter pipeline that will supply quality water to nearly one million residents of greater Monrovia.

Liberia President has break ground for the construction of 48 inch diameter pipeline. The project is aimed at migrating water challenges in the nation.

According to …

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CONSTRUCTION OF KABAALE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT 31% COMPLETE

CONSTRUCTION OF KABAALE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT 31% COMPLETE

Uganda’s Kabaale international Airport at 31% complete according to Muriisa

SBC Uganda Limited  PRO Amos Muriisa has announced progress report for the construction of Kabaale International Airport. The Airport which is also know as Hoima International Airport is 31% completed according to him.

Amos Muriisa during his interview with newsmen …

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ROAD DUALIZATION LINKING LAMU PORT HALF-WAY COMPLETE

ROAD DUALIZATION LINKING LAMU PORT HALF-WAY COMPLETE

Kenya’s PDU announced progress status of Lamu-witu-Garsen road dual carriage.

Kenya’s Presidential Delivery Unit (PDC) has announced progress report for Lamu-Witu-Garsen road via its official twitter handle. According to the tweet, the 10-km dual-carriage that will link the port which is part of the Lamu Port-South Sudan-Ethiopia (LAPSSET) is nearly …

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ZAMBIA TO KICK START PROCESS FOR IMPORTING ELECTRICITY

ZAMBIA TO KICK START PROCESS FOR IMPORTING ELECTRICITY

Zambia’s President Lungu informed his Minister of Energy to start process of importing electricity after ZECO announced rationing power.

President  Edgar Lungu of Zambia has informed the Minister of energy to start the process of importing electricity. This directive follows after the country was hit with a major electricity problem.…

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NAIROBI-EXPRESSWAY CONSTRUCTION TO START SOON

NAIROBI-EXPRESSWAY CONSTRUCTION TO START SOON

Nairobi-Expressway to have 10 interchange with a tollgate fee at a construction cost of USD 599 million.

Kenya over the pass couple of years has made significant strive in the improvement of its infrastructure. This is aimed at supporting the growth of the nation economy. With the road network experiencing …

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MADAGASCAR, INVESTING IN STRATEGIC INFRASTRUCTURES

MADAGASCAR, INVESTING IN STRATEGIC INFRASTRUCTURES

President Andry Rajoelina visit ongoing projects that will have major socio-economic impact in Madagascar.

Madagascar President Andry Rajoelina visits different project across the nation that have the potential to increase the living standard of Malagasy. During his visit to Vinaninkarena, a town in Madagascar with a large population of farmers.

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EGYPT TO SPEND US$58BN TO CONSTRUCT A NEW CAPITAL CITY

EGYPT TO SPEND US$58BN TO CONSTRUCT A NEW CAPITAL CITY

New capital city construction in progress due to future population increase in Cairo.

Egypt are spending US$58BN to construct an entire new capital city from scratch. The city which name is yet unknown will be located 45 kilometers (28 miles) east of Cairo.

The aim for the project is to

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RIVERS STATE GOVERNMENT AND JULIUS BERGER SIGN DEAL FOR THREE FLYOVER

RIVERS STATE GOVERNMENT AND JULIUS BERGER SIGN DEAL FOR THREE FLYOVER

Rivers State Government has awarded Julius Berger Nigeria Plc the contract for construction of three flyover bridges in Port Harcourt. 

Following the successful geotechnical site investigation and design phase, the Rivers State Government has awarded the contract for the building of Three Flyover Bridge to Julius Berger Nigeria Plc. The

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KENYA TO BORROW US$ 4.1 BILLION FOR EXPANSION OF ECONOMY

KENYA TO BORROW US$ 4.1 BILLION FOR EXPANSION OF ECONOMY

Kenyan Lawmakers set to borrow funds but is that the right thing for the nation economy??

Kenyan lawmakers has given the green light for the country to borrow US$4.1 billion (422 billion shillings) from external lenders. This fund will help the nation in term of expanding its economy by increasing …

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MALAWI’s PARLIAMENT PASSES LOAN BILL FOR ELECTRICITY EXPANSION

MALAWI’s PARLIAMENT PASSES LOAN BILL FOR ELECTRICITY EXPANSION

Parliament pass loan bill for electricity expansion in Malawi.

Malawi parliament has passed a loan bill that will enable them borrow fund for the nation electricity expansion. The bill for the loan which is worth US$150m will aim to increase access to electricity in Malawi.

According to Minister of Finance …

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KOREA EXIMBANK GRANTS FUND FOR ETHIOPIA BRT CORRIDOR CONSTRUCTION

KOREA EXIMBANK GRANTS FUND FOR ETHIOPIA BRT CORRIDOR CONSTRUCTION

Ethiopia gets US$63m grants from Korea Eximbank for construction of BRT corridor B6 construction.

Korea Eximbank has sign a deal with Ethiopia to fund the construction of a BRT corridor road. The BRT corridor will contribute towards easing transportation problem in the city.

Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) corridor is a …

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CONSTRUCTION OF 178 MEGAWATT SOLAR POWER PLANT TO KICK-OFF IN ZIMBABWE

CONSTRUCTION OF 178 MEGAWATT SOLAR POWER PLANT TO KICK-OFF IN ZIMBABWE

Construction of solar power plant set to kick-off in early 2020 which will increase electricity supply in Zimbabwe.

RioZim is set to kick-off construction of 178 megawatt solar plant after a chinese bank agreed to bankroll the project. The project will ameliorate the crippling power crisis buffeting the entire economy.…

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CONTRACTORS HALT ZAMBIA’s KAFUE GORGE HYDROELECTRIC DAM

CONTRACTORS HALT ZAMBIA’s KAFUE GORGE HYDROELECTRIC DAM

Sinohydro halt construction of Kafue Gorge hydroelectric dam due to difficulties beyond its control.

Construction of Kafue Gorge hydroelectric dam was put on hold by China’s state-owned Sinohydro. The dam was put on hold due to “difficulties beyond its control” according to Sinohydro.

The construction which kick-off in 2015 has …

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TWO SOLAR PHOTOVOLTAIC PLANTS SET FOR CONSTRUCTION IN KENYA

TWO SOLAR PHOTOVOLTAIC PLANTS SET FOR CONSTRUCTION IN KENYA

Radiant and Eldosol plants set to commence after consortium companies agrees financial deal.

Construction of two solar photovoltaic plants is set to kick-off after deal was agreed. The deal which is worth US$147m will diversify Kenya’s electricity supply away from both rain-dependent hydro and fossil fuels. It will also contribute …

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