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Ethiopia to host Buildexpo Africa Exhibition

The Buildexpo Ethiopia Exhibition will be held from 21 – 23 March 2019 in Addis Ababa. The event is focused on catering to the demand for quality building and construction – equipment,  Read More..

Posted on : 05 Mar,2019


Ethiopia's new USD 120 Million Conference Center in Addis Ababa

In a contract signed in Addis Ababa Sheraton hotel, CGCOC from China has been awarded a contract to build the first phase of the $120 million Addis–Africa International Convention and  Read More..

Posted on : 12 Dec,2018


Govt set to construct Down UB market in Luapula Province, Zambia

The government of Zambia along with Zambia National Service have signed a US $127k deal to construct Down UB market in Mansa in the Luapula Province. During the signing ceremony that took place in  Read More..

Posted on : 10 Dec,2018


US$70m upgrade to be done at MOI international Airport

The government of Kenya has decided to fund the Moi International Airport upgrade project in Mombasa costing US $70m, in bid to improve the airport’s safety and efficiency. During the  Read More..

Posted on : 07 Dec,2018


Accra SkyTrain project contract of US $3bn signed by Ghana

The government of Ghana along with South African firm Africa Investment (AI) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU), to construct the Accra Sky Train project at a whopping cost of US  Read More..

Posted on : 04 Dec,2018


KONE Primed To Gear Up Global Trade Centre In Nairobi, Kenya

A global leader in the elevator and escalator industry,KONE Corporation, has won an order to provide elevators for the Global Trade Center in Nairobi which has been envisioned as a high-rise building  Read More..

Posted on : 23 Nov,2018


Ethiopia construction industry bullish on growth

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  Read More..

Posted on : 10 Nov,2018


Tanzanian economy expected to grow rapidly in 2018-19

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  Read More..

Posted on : 25 Oct,2018


Construction of Ethiopia’s Berbera Port set to kick start this October

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  Read More..

Posted on : 12 Oct,2018


East Africa infrastructure construction to grow sharply over next 5 years

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  Read More..

Posted on : 12 Oct,2018


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