The project on the lips of virtually all inhabitants of Bamenda is their new-look grandstand. The imposing structure at the Commercial Avenue features is one of the most beautiful dividends of President Biya's visit to the city in December 2010 for the Golden Jubilee of the Armed Forces.
Sixty police officers in Kasama were yesterday beneficiaries of houses commissioned by President Rupiah Banda, who reiterated Government's commitment to addressing housing problems in the Zambia Police Service countrywide.
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The Cape Town city skyline will soon feature a stunning new addition in the form of the impressive new Portside Building - a 4 green-star rated skyscraper being built as a joint initiative between FirstRand Bank and Old Mutual.
National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) in the North-West Zone has distributed relief materials worth millions of naira to ameliorate the plight of flood victims in the aftermath of the recent torrential rainfall that engulfed some major parts of Katsina State.
With the continuous rise in the cost of cement, a major material in the construction of buildings, house owners to be may soon heave a sigh of relief owing to what could be described as a technological innovation where plastic bottles may gradually replace blocks in house construction. Raliat Ahmed reports.
Thirty million shillings is the amount each constituency will get for road rehabilitation and construction this financial year. Roads Minister Franklin Bett says the money totaling 6.3 billion shillings will go through his ministry and Constituency Roads Committees. The plan is to boost agricultural production by making rural roads accessible.
Uganda's Minister for Lands, Housing and Urban Development has warned partner states in their quest to ensure urbanization and modernization of East African cities, not to forget the dangers brought by urbanization.
Ogun State government has denied speculations that it had plans to demolish the Laderin Workers' Estate in Abeokuta,the state capital, saying no structure has been earmarked for demolition in the estate.