April 18



April 17

  • Likoma Jetty Might See the Light of the Day

    Malawi News Agency

    The construction of Likoma Jetty, which has been a song since time immemorial, might soon be under construction after Likoma District Council and stakeholders recently agreed... Read more »

  • U.S. Supports Feeder Road Rehabilitation

    New Dawn

    U.S. Ambassador Madam Deborah Malac has launched the construction of a 'feeder road' connecting Bahn-Payee-Zuoplay in Nimba County, terming the groundbreaking ceremony the... Read more »

  • Shortage of Land Hurts Elgeyo Judicial Projects

    The Star

    SH600 million judiciary projects in Elgeyo Marakwet county cannot be implimented due to lack of land for construction. Read more »

  • Construction of Diamond Museum Valued At 70 Billion Kwanza

    ANGOP

    The construction and assembly of the "Diamond Museum" is estimated at 70 billion kwanza, and may take three years, reported today, Thursday, the Chairman of the Board of Directors... Read more »

  • Construction of Laúca Dam Generates Over 3000 Jobs

    ANGOP

    The project for the construction of Laúca dam in Cambambe municipality, northern Cuanza Norte province, will generate at least 3.700 direct jobs and 2.100 indirect jobs in... Read more »



April 16

  • Inhabitants of Migrah Engage in Construction of Micro-Dam

    Shabait

    The inhabitants of Migrah village, Mensura sub-zone, are engaged in construction of a micro-dam through mobilizing financial and labor resources. Read more »

  • U.S. Ambassador Launches Farm-to-Market Road Network in Nimba County

    FrontPageAfrica

    U.S. Ambassador Deborah Malac officially launched construction of a 'feeder road' from Bahn-Payee-Zuoplay, calling the groundbreaking ceremony the beginning of a major commitment... Read more »

  • Sh50 Billion Nandi Dam Project to Go Ahead

    The Star

    THE construction of a Sh50 billion multi-purpose dam in Nandi county will go on as planned, the Lake Basin Development Authority has said. Read more »

  • Building Bonanza to Change Face of JKIA

    The Star

    JOMO Kenyatta International Airport is set for a major facelift in a few years time as various construction projects get underway. Read more »

  • Nyeri County to Build Sh32 Million Workshops

    The Star

    The Nyeri county government will build eight workshops in youth polytechnics at a cost of Sh32 million. Education executive secretary Elijah Nguyo said the workshops will be built... Read more »

  • Mandatory Real Estate Contracts for Dubai

    The Star

    Property contracts in Dubai will become mandatory from May 1 in a bid to clarify the roles of buyers, sellers and brokers, the Dubai Land Department has confirmed. Read more »

  • Shumas Cameroon Donates to G.H.S Kiyan

    Cameroon Tribune

    A three-classroom block with an attached administrative office, a four-room toilet block with hand washing facilities, 45 benches, a functional garden, three tables and three... Read more »

  • Luchenza Community Ground Construction Work Stalls

    Malawi News Agency

    The construction works of Luchenza Municipal Community Ground fence has stalled due to reduced local revenue collection. Read more »

  • Moabel Constructs Public High School in Upper Margibi County

    Inquirer

    A contractual company that is involved with construction and agricultural activities in upper Margibi County known as the "MOSES AND ABEL INCORPORATED LIBERIA "(MOABEL) has begun... Read more »

  • Building of Myanga Market On

    The Star

    The Bungoma county government is set to complete the construction of the stalled Myanga Market in Bumula subcounty. A contractor abandoned the project after pocketing Sh73 million... Read more »

  • 'N13 Billion Bauchi Airport to Boost Revenue'

    Daily Trust

    The Bauchi State Government has explained that the newly constructed N13 billion Sir Abubakar Tafawa Balewa International Airport would boost its internally generated revenue. Read more »



April 15

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