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  • South Africa: Makhaza's Shoddily Built Houses

    GroundUp

    Zone 14 residents in Makhaza are worried about the shoddy building of houses managed by the Niall Mellon Township Trust (NMTT). This has prompted the provincial Human Settlements... Read more »

  • Uganda: KCCA - Brief On Key Achievements for Fy2013/14 and Plans for 2014/15

    Independent

    KCCA reconstructed 14.6 Km of roads and made repairs and overlay on another 47.9 Km. upgraded from marrum to tarmac 27.45 Km while close to 200km of tarmac and gravel roads were... Read more »

  • Tanzania: New Road to Unlock 'The South'

    Daily News

    CONSTRUCTION of a railway line to connect Mtwara Port in Mtwara Region and Mbamba Bay in Ruvuma Region to ease haulage of heavy cargo along the Mtwara Corridor in southern Tanzania... Read more »

  • Kenya: Nairobi County Demolish Illegal Structures At Imara Daima

    The Star

    Illegally constructed structures built in Imara Daima estate in Nairobi along Mombasa road were Wednesday afternoon demolished by Nairobi city county Read more »



July 22

  • Sudan: Nation Bans Construction of New Churches

    CISA

    The Sudanese Minister of Guidance and Religious Endowments announced that the government will not issue permits anymore for the construction of new churches in the country. Read more »

  • Rwanda: German Organisations Eye Construction Sector

    New Times

    The performance of Rwanda's construction sector could greatly improve following a move by three German organisations to build the capacity of sector players. Read more »

  • Ethiopia: Ethiopians in Russia Raise Funds for the GERD

    Ethiopia Government

    Ethiopians and Ethiopian-born foreign citizens living in the Russia Federation and Belarus raised funds for the construction of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) last... Read more »

  • Ethiopia: Diaspora in Russia, Belarus Extend Support to GERD

    ERTA

    Ethiopians residing in Russia and Belarus have reportedly bought bonds in support of the construction of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD). According to the Ministry of... Read more »

  • Angola: Engineer Warns About Necessity to Use Protective Equipment in Construction Work

    ANGOP

    The Angolan engineer Pitágoras Ramos considered on Tuesday, in Luanda, fundamental the compulsory use of personal protective equipment as stated in the Angolan legislation... Read more »

  • Kenya: Youth Trained On Brick Work

    The Star

    Some 500 youths are set to benefit from a brick-making training programme initiated by the Garissa government. Read more »



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