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April 22

  • World Bank to Finance New Hydropower Development [press release]

    World Bank

    The World Bank's Board of Executive Directors today approved a US$100 million grant to the Republic of Burundi to finance the Jiji and Mulembwe hydropower project. Read more »

  • Kenya Move to Favour Locals Timely

    EA Business

    Kenya's National Construction Authority (NCA) has finally had enough of all the complaints raised by local companies about the domination of foreign firms in major public projects. Read more »

  • Tanzania Border Revamps Near End

    EA Business

    Construction of several One Stop Border Posts (OSBP) in Tanzania are in the final stages of completion. Read more »

  • New Law to Ease Public Procurement, Crack Down On Shoddy Contractors

    New Times

    A new ministerial order on procurement enacted last month is likely to improve the ability of public servants to oversee public tendering and implementation process of public... Read more »

  • Residents Fault Road Contractor

    The Star

    RRESIDENTS of Kahawa West have raised concern over the ongoing rehabilitation of a murram road in their ward. They have accused ward representative Cege Ngaruiya of not telling... Read more »

  • Mutua Tours Sh650 Million Makutano Road Works

    The Star

    MACHAKOS Governor Alfred Mutua yesterday inspected the ongoing construction of the Sh650 million Makutano-Kithimani road. He expressed satisfaction with the progress and urged the... Read more »

  • Hotel Development in Kenya Slackens

    The Star

    THE hotel construction boom witnessed over the last two years in the country appears to be slowing down with major global chains now looking to set shop in neighbouring countries. Read more »

  • Rusumo One Stop Border Post Nears Completion

    New Times

    Cross border movements between Rwanda and Tanzania will soon get a boost as the construction of Rusumo international bridge and One Stop Border post nears completion, an official... Read more »

  • Kogi Bridge Construction Set for Year-End

    CAJ News

    KOGI State Government is upbeat the Confluence Bridge will increase investments into the state. Read more »

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