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Zimbabwe considers financial implications of Kazungula Bridge

Zimbabwe considers financial implications of Kazungula Bridge

Zimbabwe is evaluating the financial implications following its integration into the Kazungula Bridge, transport minister Joel Matiza has said. Zimbabwe and Namibia were roped into Kazungula Bridge Project in in 2018 as equity partners to...
DRC now seeks regional support to revive Grand Inga Dam

DRC now seeks regional support to revive Grand Inga Dam

Democratic Republic of Congo(DRC) is seeking the support of regional countries to bolster the stalled Grand Inga Dam project expected to be the biggest in Africa. President Félix Tshisekedi is expected to hold a conference...
US corporation Railnet eyes Africa with modern railway line

US corporation Railnet eyes Africa with modern railway line

By Reuters U.S.-based Railnet International plans to invest an estimated $11 billion in a modern railway line and high speed trains linking Zambia, Zimbabwe and Mozambique, its chief executive said on Sunday. Railnet CEO Donald Kress...
Tanzania seeks tenders for SGR project to connect Rwanda, DR Congo

Tanzania seeks tenders for SGR project to connect Rwanda, DR Congo

By Xinhua The government of Tanzania said on Sunday it was in final touches of inviting international tenders for the construction of a standard railway gauge(SGR) from Isaka dry port to neighbouring countries of Rwanda...
Africa's tallest skyscraper The Leonardo now ready for occupation

Africa’s tallest skyscraper The Leonardo now ready for occupation

Africa's tallest building The The Leonardo has opened its doors and is now ready for occupation, its developer has said. Legacy Group announced Tuesday that the 240-suite hotel and residences were ready for occupation in...
Kenya's hope of hosting tallest building in Africa diminishes

Kenya’s hope of hosting tallest building in Africa diminishes

Construction of Palm Exotica that upon completion would be the tallest building in Africa has be thrown into uncertainty after Kenyan environmental watchdog halted the process. In stopping the plans to actualize the skyscraper, National...
Nigeria set to drive African new-build refining capacity growth by 2024

Nigeria leads the way in refining capacity, shows report

Nigeria is set to lead refining capacity additions from planned and announced (new-build) projects in Africa by 2024, says GlobalData, a leading data, and analytics company. The company’s report, ‘Global Refining Industry Outlook to 2024...
Kenya mulls first underwater museum in sub Saharan Africa

Kenya mulls first underwater museum in sub Saharan Africa

Kenya is planning to build first underwater museum in the Coast region a move its says will be a major boost in the country’s economy and in line with the blue economy’s vision. Dr Caesar...
Off-Grid Solar Industry Grows into a $1.75b Annual Market

Off-Grid Solar Industry Grows into a $1.75b Annual Market

The off-grid solar industry has grown into a $1.75 billion annual market, providing lighting and other energy services to 420 million users and remains on a solid growth curve, a new World Bank Group...
German builders ponder on how to compete with China in Africa

German builders ponder on how to compete with China in Africa

German builders are yet to find a working strategy in Africa as China dominates the construction scene on the continent, an official from the Federation of German Contractors (HDB) has acknowledged. Hans Joachim Bliss told...
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