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Egypt opens world's widest suspension bridge

Egypt opens world’s widest suspension bridge

Egypt on Wednesday opened the world’s widest suspension bridge, across the Nile, in what is one of a series of military-led, mega-projects designed to improve infrastructure and provide jobs. The bridge, which crosses the Nile...

South Africa not ready to ditch coal says energy minister

Despite its commitment to clean energy, South Africa is seemingly not ready to just ditch coal. Minister of energy Jeff Radebe on Tuesday assured delegates at the opening of the African Utility Week and...
Africa hotel construction impetus slumps as Middle East surges

Africa hotel construction impetus slumps as Middle East surges

S TR's April 2019 pipeline data showed 424 hotel projects accounting for 125,052 rooms in construction in the Middle East and 141 projects and 25,056 rooms in construction in Africa. The Middle East total represented a...
Mining industry at risk as Zimbabwe begins power cuts

Zimbabwe mining industry at risk as power cuts begin

Zimbabwe has started power cuts across the country that will last up to eight hours a move that is expected to negatively affect the mining industry which accounts for more than three-quarters of Zimbabwe’s...
Record growth in renewable hydro witnessed in 2018-report

Record growth in renewable hydro witnessed in 2018-report

More than 21.8 gigawatts (GW) of renewable hydroelectric capacity was put into operation last year, according to the 2019 Hydropower Status Report which is published today on the eve of the World Hydropower Congress. Government...
Energy expert raises concerns over corruption at Eskom

Energy expert raises concerns over corruption at Eskom

Financially distressed South Africa power utility firm Eskom is being plagued by corruption and currently in business rescue, energy expert has said. Ted Blom says that full forensic investigation should take place to stop corruption...
Zambia bets on Kazungula Bridge to boost trade activities

Zambia bets on Kazungula Bridge to boost trade activities

Zambia hopes that the Kazungula Bridge that seeks to connect the country and Botswana will revitalize trade activities and help spur economic growth. President Edgar Lungu believes that the bridge which is currently under construction is...
Renewable energy growth stalls for the first time in 17 years

Renewable energy growth stalls for the first time in 17 years

Paris based International Energy Agency has reported that 2018 was the first time since 2001 that growth in renewable power capacity failed to increase year on year. New net capacity from solar PV, wind, hydro, bioenergy and...
Kenya banks on new geothermal power line to curb leakages

Kenya banks on new geothermal power line to curb leakages

Kenya hopes that a new geothermal power line that will transport electricity to the western part of the country will curb leakages and save it a fortune, Fernandes Barasa, the Managing Director at Kenya Electricity...
Sub-Saharan Africa construction sector to grow, despite concerns

Sub-Saharan Africa construction sector to grow, despite concerns

Mace’s latest Market View for Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) reports that construction activity is forecast to grow across the region, despite a number of significant risk factors that threaten to limit economic growth in the...
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