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Africa's first waste-to-energy plant to be commissioned July

Africa’s first waste-to-energy plant to be commissioned July

The commissioning of what could be Africa's first waste-to-energy plant is slated for July this year, Bizuneh Tolcha, Director of Ethiopia Public Relations and Communications Directorate has announced. Mr Tolcha said that the 50...
Construction of Bioko Oil Terminal in Equatorial Guinea gets impetus

Construction of Bioko Oil Terminal in Equatorial Guinea gets impetus

In Summary The partnership involves the construction and financing of the project Equatorial Guinea is among the largest oil producers in Africa, with an oil production of 289,000 bpd in 2015 As of 2015,...
Cement firms in Cameroon on massive expansion

Cement firms in Cameroon on massive expansion

In Summary Rising demand for cement is being fueled by a shortage of housing in the country Mega projects underway in Cameroon are are also making demand for the building commodity to sour According...
Africa’s biggest freight operator Transnet mulls expansion

Africa’s biggest freight operator Transnet mulls expansion

In Summary Transnet plans to expand in a bid to increase its footprint on the continent The move is also motivated by the need to diversify in the wake of economic slowdown Logistics infrastructure...
A South African port innovation wins global SAP Award

South African port innovation wins global SAP Award

In Summary The innovation offered a digital concept designed for Port of Durban on South Africa’s coast The technology enables real-time insight of the port T-Systems SA has received two SAP Partner Awards including the...
Ethiopia hosts 6th World Hydropower Congress

Ethiopia hosts 6th World Hydropower congress

On Tuesday this week, leaders and specialists with hydropower-related responsibilities from government, industry, finance, United Nations agencies, academia and civil society will convene in Ethiopia for a major hydropower congress. The 6th World Hydropower Congress...
MMEC Mannesmann GmbH, Uganda ink deals in South Africa

MMEC Mannesmann GmbH, Uganda ink deals in South Africa

Ugandan companies have signed mega deals with German firms such as MMEC Mannesmann GmbH and Siemens in the areas of energy, industry and transportation. The agreement between Uganda, Siemens and MMEC Mannesmann GmbH also focuses...
Energy production in Africa wanting shows new Atlas

Energy production in Africa wanting shows new Atlas

In summary Current energy production in Africa is too low to meet huge demand The Atlas gives information in the form of detailed ‘before and after’ images, charts, maps and other satellite data from...
Mining fails to attract more FDI to Africa -EY report

Mining fails to attract more FDI to Africa -EY report

In summary Mining sector accounted for just 6.2% of foreign direct investment (FDI) that landed in Africa last year. Capital investment was primarily driven by capital-intensive projects in real estate, hospitality and construction South...
KPC says construction work on Kisumu oil jetty starts May

Work on Kisumu oil jetty to start May

Kenya Pipeline Company (KPC) has on Tuesday said it had signed a Sh1.7 billion deal with local marine engineering firm Southern Engineering Company (SECO) for the construction of the Kisumu oil jetty. The local marine...
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