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Abuja Light Rail construction project now 93% complete

Abuja Light Rail construction project now 93% complete

Nigeria's Abuja Light Rail was 93 per cent completed as at April, Acting Secretary, Transportation Secretariat, Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA), Alhaji AbdulHamid Suleiman has announced. Already, the minister said that the locomotive and rolling...
Construction of Lagos-Abidjan highway gets financial impetus

Construction of Lagos-Abidjan highway gets financial impetus

Construction of the Lagos-Abidjan highway has received a shot in the arm after African Development Bank (AfDB) and European Union (EU) made financial pledges worth $18 million towards the construction of the project. The 1,008...
Uganda's Karuma hydropower plant nears completion

Uganda’s Karuma hydropower plant nears completion

The firm spearheading the construction of Karuma hydropower plant in Uganda says that the project is 70% complete with commissioning slated for December 2018. China's Sinohydro Corporation Ltd has announced that the progress of Karuma...
Tema-Akosombo rail project starts December

Tema-Akosombo rail project starts December

Construction of the Tema-Akosombo rail project in Ghana is set to start in December this year, Fredmef Group Limited, a building and civil-electromechanical engineering company spearheading the project has said. The company will be working...
Largest airport in Senegal opens December

Largest airport in Senegal opens December

One of the largest airport in Africa and the largest airport in Senegal is set to open in December years after construction kicked off, CNN has reported. Blaise Diagne International (AIBD) will now take over...
construction of Bagamoyo port right on track

Construction of Bagamoyo port right on track

Bagamoyo Port which upon completion is expected to be the largest in East Africa is expected to kick off operations between 2020 and 2021. Deputy Minister for Trade, Industries and Investment, Engineer Stella Manyanya told...

Demand for solar water heaters in Kenya soars

In 2012 Kenya’s energy regulatory commission issued a legal notice to landlords in the country requiring them to install solar water heaters on buildings. The Solar Water Heating Regulations requires all existing buildings within the...
Ethiopia constructs first ever waste-to-energy plant in Africa

Ethiopia constructs first ever waste-to-energy plant in Africa

Construction of what would be first ever waste-to-energy plant in Africa is nearing completion. The Reppie project is being built at Koshe dump site in Ethiopia. The plant which is the result of a partnership...
Kenya to export crude oil in 2018-Tullow Oil

Kenya to export crude oil in 2018-Tullow Oil

Oil exploration firm Tullow Oil now says that the export of crude produced in Turkana County to international market has been set for  2018. Initial plan was to have Kenya ship out the first barrel...
UK firm buys stake in Kenya's quantity surveying firm YMR

UK firm buys stake in Kenya’s quantity surveying firm YMR

A UK-based global construction and consultancy firm Mace, has acquired a major stake of East African quantity surveying company YMR. Mace’s chief operating officer for consultancy Jason Millett  says the move is aimed at strengthening ...
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