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Chinese companies powering Ethiopia ambition to become Africa manufacturing hub

  As part of its vision to become the manufacturing hub of Africa, Ethiopia will on Tuesday inaugurate the first phase of its flagship Chinese-built Hawassa Industrial Park.   The  Read More..

Posted on : 19 Jun,2017

DRC seeks joint Chinese-Spanish offer to construct Inga 3 dam

 The Democratic Republic of Congo has announced its decision to consult Chinese and Spanish bidders of the Inga 3 dam project to join forces and submit a joint bid.   The request will  Read More..

Posted on : 17 Jun,2017

Francistown oil storage facility in Botswana to cost US$58.7m

 The expansion of the oil storage facilities in Francistown in Botswana is set to cost US$58.7m as Botswana Oil Limited (BOL) seeks to buffer up supply security in the petroleum  Read More..

Posted on : 17 Jun,2017

Uganda and Tanzania to construct electric railway lines

 Uganda and Tanzania are looking to incorporate electric railway lines into their standard gauge railway transport network.   According to the East African newspaper, the two countries  Read More..

Posted on : 16 Jun,2017

Sierra Leone signs contract for 46km trans-Africa road

 Sierra Leone government has signed a US$17m deal for a road construction project. The 46km road is the second and final phase of the Sierra Leone leg of the Trans-Africa road Sierra Leone  Read More..

Posted on : 16 Jun,2017

Nairobi-Mombasa dual carriageway set for next year

 Talks are underway to upgrade the busy Mombasa-Nairobi highway into a dual carriageway. The US$2.2bn project is expected to commence next year.   According to Peter Mundinia Kenya  Read More..

Posted on : 16 Jun,2017

Kenya Kabarak university to construct mega referral hospital

 A Teaching, Research & Referral Mission Hospital is set to be constructed at Kabarak University following a ground breaking ceremony held on Wednesday this week. The project is expected to  Read More..

Posted on : 16 Jun,2017

Rwanda road building planned

 A US$89.7 million finance package from the World Bank will pay for the construction of a new highway in Rwanda. The project calls for the construction of a 66.5km highway, which forms part of a  Read More..

Posted on : 15 Jun,2017

Aller Aqua Matches Rapid Expansion In Africa

 As a company focused on its customers, and one that is expanding in Africa, it was natural for Aller Aqua to support World Aquaculture 2017 the first time it takes place in  Read More..

Posted on : 15 Jun,2017

Chinese firms see huge potential in Ghana construction market

About 10 Chinese firms are taking part in the Water Africa and West Africa Building and Construction Exhibition in Ghana’s capital, Accra. The two-day event starts on Wednesday, aiming at  Read More..

Posted on : 15 Jun,2017

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