[Ghanaian Times] The Defence Minister, Mr Dominic Ntiwul, yesterday commissioned a fully furnished 128 students accommodation block complex for the Engineers Training School of the Ghana Armed Forces (GAF) in Accra.
[Daily Trust] It is an undisputable fact that road network in every society plays a vital role for socio-economic activities and development. Road importance cannot be overemphasized, hence, every government would ensure that it places their construction or maintenance on the top of their priorities in budgetary allocation.
[Global Africa Network] All of the biggest industries in KZN require sophisticated engineering skills. Marine engineering is a provincial strength.
[Vanguard] Signs MoU for construction of 6,000 bed-hostels
[Ghanaian Times] Libraries as we know are storage spaces for books and serve as centres of learning as well as acquisition of knowledge and professional development.
[Ghanaian Times] The MTN Ghana Foundation is funding the construction of a library at Dansoman to facilitate Information Communication Technology (ICT)) and robotics education in the community.
[Daily Trust] Birnin Kebbi -The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), has stormed Kebbi State to inspect abandoned projects with a view to bringing erring contractors to book.
[Monitor] Road experts and residents in Mbale District have expressed disappointment with the leadership of Mbale Municipal Council following reports of emerging cracks on the newly constructed roads.
[Ghanaian Times] Mr Patrick Alhassan Adamah, the Member of Parliament (MP) for Sissala West Constituency, has assured the residents that he would support the construction of a technical and vocational training school for the constituency.
[Vanguard] In a bid to restore sanity to the built environment, the Council of Registered Builders of Nigeria, CORBON, has concluded plans to digitise housing construction with a view to checkmating the incessant incidents of building collapse in the country.
[Vanguard] As confidence returns to real estate, the industry faces a number of fundamental shifts that will shape its future.
[New Times] A Kigali based businessman is moving to sue a French firm, Gregori International, which is currently involved in the construction of the Kigali Golf Course.
[Nyasa Times] Residents of Zomba city will take advantage of Thursday's demonstrations organised by the Human Rights Defenders Coalition (HRDC) to express their worry over the delay by government to complete construction of a stadium in the city.
[SNA] Khartoum -The State of Khartoum and the Chinese Guangzhou Group have announced the expansion of cooperation in the transportation train project by completing the remaining stages of the project as well as expanding cooperation in other areas in which the group operates. This came during the meeting between the Governor of Khartoum State Lt. Gen. Ahmed Abdoun Hammad and the Head of the Chinese Guangzhou Group and his accompanying delegation, in the presence of those concerned with the operation and management of the
[New Times] Kibeho pilgrimage site in Nyaruguru district is expected to get a new basilica with a seating capacity of 10,000 and a compound with capacity to accommodate up to 100,000 pilgrims.
[Addis Standard] "Seleshi Bekele's courage to say 'It's my Dam' should persist for long and become the slogan of the country for years to come."
[FrontPageAfrica] Lofa County -Amid scenes of jubilation, residents of Wanhasa in electoral District #1, Lofa County converged in various traditional outfits to participate in the dedication ceremony of a new bridge linking Liberia and neighboring Sierra Leone.
[Vanguard] Lagos State Government said it has completed construction of 360 additional housing units for commissioning soon as part of its efforts to tackle the challenge of housing deficit in the state.
[Daily Maverick] For all of the promising talk about African continental integration and co-operation and the benefits of a nascent African Continental Free Trade Area, walking it is apparently a far tougher reality, especially when critical national resources and interests are perceived to be at stake. Such is currently the story of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam.
[Foroyaa] President Adama Barrow on Saturday 11th January 2020, inaugurated the multi-billion dalasi International Conference Centre in Bijilo and named it after former President Sir Dawda Kairaba Jawara.
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