[Namibian] The construction industry, which has been on a decline for the past few years, is partly crippled by local companies selling tender work to foreign firms, a report has revealed.
[Nyasa Times] Malawi Police are still investigating how a speeding train collided with a speed construction vehicle on Friday in Blantyre leading to one serious injury.
[Ghanaian Times] With barely one year to the completion of the World Bank $150 million funded project for the provision of water and toilet facilities to low income communities in Greater Accra, the project coordinator has appealed for additional funding to sustain it.
[Ghanaian Times] PThe Upper West Regional Secretariat of the National Democratic Congress has taken to the streets of Wa to demand the inauguration of projects that were completed under the erstwhile Mahama administration and the continuation of stalled ones in the region, by government.
[Ghana Govt.] The Minister for Roads and Highways, Kwesi Amoako Atta, has inspected the progress of work on Madina-Adentan footbridges in Accra.
[Shabelle] The Federal Government of Somalia and the European Union (EU) signed the financing agreement of a ?42 Million on Thursday.
[Ghanaian Times] The Association of Building and Civil Engineering Contractors and Conscientious Public Sector Contractors have threatened to lock up all 766 public school facilities built, if government fails to pay them for work executed.
[Guardian] Malabo, Equatorial Guinea -The African (Finance) Development Bank (AfDB) is set to release $70 million as part-financing of the $167.66 million (N51.22 billion) 198-kilometre (km) Ebonyi Ring Road project envisioned to spur Nigeria's integration with other African countries.
[Ghanaian Times] The Accra Friendship Club, made up of a group of business men and women on Friday performed a ground-breaking ceremony for the construction of a two-storey classroom block for the Dzorwulu A and B Basic School in the Ayawaso West Municipality in Accra.
[Cameroon Tribune] This was during a three-day evaluation meeting to assess the level of execution of 78 road infrastructure projects across the country.
[Ghanaian Times] The Minister of Roads and Highways, Kwasi Amoako-Atta, has announced that work on the three remaining footbridges on the Madina-Adenta highway will be completed at the end of the month.
[Monitor] In June 2018, part of Uganda's first expressway Kampala-Entebbe expressway was opened to motorists.
[Govt of SA] Imperial Logistics Construction Structural collapse inquiry to resume - Department of Employment and Labour
[New Times] Residents of Ngarama Sector in Gatsibo District have completed construction of an office bloc for community-based mediators, commonly known as Abunzi.
[East African] Uganda will invest $205 million in restoring an old railway line linking Kampala to Malaba on the Kenyan border following delays in securing funding for the standard gauge railway.
[VOA] Residents and officials in northwest South Sudan say a new European Union-funded bridge that opened this past week will make travel safer, cheaper and faster for people in the remote Bar El Ghazal area.
[Observer] The purpose of collaborating to work together in the leeward counties is most often meaningful when forging a common goal to create a healthy environment by improving infrastructure to include roads and schools.
[Nyasa Times] A Chinese construction company has obtained a stay order against seizure of some of its property by a local company which was subcontracted to work on a road.
Ghana: Transport Africa Research Project Confab Discusses Use of Local Materials in Road Construction
[Ghanaian Times] Transport Africa Research Project stakeholders have held a stakeholder conference in Accra to discuss the use of local materials in road construction.
[Observer] Rep. Morris, Board member of the BUC, formally cuts the ribbon to newly commissioned yellow machines.
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