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South Africa moves to tackle student housing crisis

South Africa moves to tackle student housing crisis

Property developer STAG African is constructing the largest student housing project in South Africa to help tackle what is says is a student accommodation problem facing the country. The project which is in the second phase...

Tiny Togo ranks 97th in ease of doing business index

Togo may be known for its glimmering phosphate reserves and sandy beaches, but there is much more than that. The west African country earned its place among the world’s top 10 reformers on the World...
Rwanda unveils modern dry port in Kigali

Rwanda unveils modern dry port in Kigali

Rwanda on Monday inaugurated a new modern inland cargo handling port that offers real-time cargo tracking services to customers. Dubbed Kigali Logistics Platform, the facility located in Kicukiro district in Rwandan capital Kigali, was constructed...
Tanzania sets new terms for Bagamoyo Port construction

Tanzania sets new terms for Bagamoyo Port construction

China Merchants Holdings International, a Beijing based firm that was tasked with the construction of Bagamoyo Port in Tanzania will now have to conform with new conditions set by Tanzania or abandon the project,...
Siemens Gamesa boosts wind energy in Egypt with 250 MW

Siemens Gamesa boosts wind energy in Egypt with 250 MW

The West Bakr wind farm will generate 1,000 GWh per year and increase the installed wind capacity in the country by 18%. Siemens Gamesa will install 96 SG 2.6-114 wind turbines and perform the...
Lekela Power to begin work on Ras Ghareb wind project

Lekela Power to begin work on Ras Ghareb wind project

Lekela Power (IPP) is planning to start work on its Ras Ghareb wind project in the fourth half of 2019, according to Faisal Eissa, General Manager of the Egyptian subsidiary of this independent power...
Exxon to invest in Africa’s biggest LNG project in Mozambique

Exxon to invest in Africa’s biggest LNG project in Mozambique

Mozambique’s government said Exxon Mobil will sign off on a final investment decision for a Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) project that could cost as much as $33 billion (Dh119bn) to build — the biggest...
Nairobi Expressway ready for Construction

Nairobi Expressway ready for Construction

The Nairobi Expressway is ready for construction with all hurdles on existing infrastructure having been dealt with. Transport Principal Secretary Paul Maringa has assured that the 27-kilometer expressway will not interfere with Uhuru Park. Motorists using...
Africa Coal Partners to acquire stake in Mbuyelo Coal Proprietary

Expert justifies the use of coal in South Africa and emerging countries

A conference looking at the future of coal in South Africa has heard that coal could still be needed in emerging countries. Mpumelelo Mkhabela chairman of mining investment company Menar observed that South Africa needed to consider...
Komatsu first half N.A. sales flat

Komatsu first half N.A. sales flat

Komatsu Ltd. sales for the first half of its fiscal year fell 7.9 percent compared to the same period last year, to 1.2 trillion yen (about $11 billion). The construction, mining, and utility equipment side of...
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