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  • Nigeria: Govt 'Reviving' Railway System, Says Official


    Nigeria's Transport Minister says the administration has allocated funds and implemented strategic plans to revitalize the country's railway system, which has been in a poor state... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Govt Okays N1.3 Billion Contracts for Gauge Rail Lines

    Daily Trust

    The Federal Executive Council (FEC) yesterday approved N1.3 billion consultancy service contracts for the design of six standard gauge rail lines across the country. Read more »

  • Ethiopia: IFC Supports Petroleum Imports in Ethiopia


    IFC, a member of the World Bank Group, announced Thursday that it will participate up to $150 million in a $450 million trade finance facility arranged by Natixis to finance... Read more »

  • Rwanda: EWSA Continued Incompetence Due to Failure to Comply With AG Report-PAC

    New Times

    EWSA's (Energy, Water and Sanitation Authority) continued incompetent service is due to its failure to comply with the Auditor General's report and advice. Read more »

  • Ghana: Ghana's Energy Plans On Course

    Ghanaian Chronicle

    Ghana's plans to embark upon a nuclear power project are progressing gradually, Professor Benjamin Jabez B. Nyarko, Director-General of the Ghana Atomic Energy Commission (GAEC)... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Group Five to Complete Road Rehab By December

    The Herald

    Group Five, the South African firm contracted to rebuild the Plumtree-Mutare highway, has said rebuilding the road to the same standards as South African Gauteng Freeways would... Read more »

  • Tanzania: TPDC Defends State's Stake in Gas, Oil Deals

    Daily News

    THE government stands to gain under the Production Sharing Agreement (PSA) entered between the state and Statoil Company, the Tanzania Petroleum Development Corporation (TPDC) has... Read more »

  • Tanzania: Industries Lobby Cries Foul On New Excise Duty On Beer

    Daily News

    CONSUMERS of beer should brace for further hike in prices following the government's move to increase excise duty by 20 per cent, well above the earlier tariff of 10 per cent... Read more »

  • Africa: African Conference to Discuss Ports Expansion Spree

    Daily News

    COUNTRIES in Southern Africa are undertaking major expansion or constructing completely new ultra-modern ports to accommodate the growing global trade using waterways. Read more »

  • Gambia: GTBoard Inks MoU With NTDC

    Daily Observer

    In their quest to increase the number of tourist arrival and investors to the country, as well to penetrate the Nigerian's market, the Gambia Tourism Board (GTBoard) recently... Read more »

  • Angola: Government Invests Over 40 Million for Social Infrastructures in Andulo


    Over 41.7 kwanzas was invested this year in the construction of social infrastructures in Andulo Municipality, central Bié Province, by the administrative authorities of the... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Turnall Unveils Ravenna Concrete Tiles

    The Herald

    MINISTER of Industry and Commerce, Honourable Mike C Bimha, officially launched the Turnall Ravenna Concrete Tiles and Pavers at an event held at the group's premises in... Read more »

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