- Ethiopia construction industry bullish on growth
- Tanzanian economy expected to grow rapidly in 2018-19
- Construction of Ethiopia’s Berbera Port set to kick start this October
- East Africa infrastructure construction to grow sharply over next 5 years
- Tanzania open for investments, aims for an industry driven economy
- Hyundai East Africa Ltd. building a better future for Tanzania with Buildexpo Africa
- 7100 tonnes of rails imported from Japan for building the SGR
- Rwanda affordable housing project launched
- Tanzania and South Korea signoff of multi billion dollar construction projects
- South Korea reaffirms partnership with Kenya for affordable housing
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Posted on :10 Nov,2018
East Africa is witnessing a construction boom. Not falling behind its neighbours Kenya, Tanzania and Rwanda, infrastructure development and housing projects generously cover the landscape of modern Ethiopia. The increase in the country's economic Read More..
Posted on :25 Oct,2018
President John Magufuli's government has pledged to increase public investment in infrastructure projects, including a standard gauge railway, new roads, power plants and expansion of port facilities. The President said that Tanzania plans to Read More..
Posted on :12 Oct,2018
Construction works for the Berbera Port in Ethiopia has been rescheduled to kick start this October following a multi billion dollar agreement, signed between Somaliland president Musa Behi Abdi and DP World chairman and Chief Executive Officer Read More..
Posted on :12 Oct,2018
East Africa infrastructure construction is expected to grow sharply over the next 5years with Ethiopia, Kenya and Tanzania, expected to invest US $98.8bn in 2022, from US $25.9bn in 2017 according to GlobalData, a leading data and analytics Read More..
Posted on :09 Oct,2018
President John Magufuli has told sources that industrialisation is the main agenda for the government, stating very categorically that the fifth phase administration focuses on building an industry- oriented economy. According to the World Read More..
Posted on :22 Sep,2018
In November 2018, Hyundai East Africa Ltd., is participating at Buildexpo Africa– Tanzania to promote the state of the art Excavator R220LC-9S. As a Prime Platinum Exhibitor at the International Exhibition the company looks to attract Read More..
Posted on :21 Sep,2018
Maizo Mgedzi, the SGR project manager informed local media persons following this story that plans were underway to allow clearance of the rails that have been imported from Japan. A ship carrying 7,100 tonnes of rails to be used in the construction Read More..
Posted on :01 Sep,2018
Rwanda Development Bank (BRD) has unveiled a housing project, which promises to ease the shortage of affordable housing in the country. A certified study by the City of Kigali, the Ministry of Infrastructure, and the European Union showed Read More..