[Nation] The importance of the River Nile to Egypt's survival cannot be gainsaid.
Ghana: Construction of U.S.$135m 3-Tier Obetsebi Lamptey Interchange - Pres Cuts Sod for Work to Begin
[Ghanaian Times] President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has broken ground for the construction of a three-tier interchange at the Obetsebi Lamptey Roundabout in Accra.
[Tunis Afrique Presse] Tunis/Tunisia -Tunisia and the European Investment Bank (EIB) inked an agreement to finance the Old Centres Regeneration Programme (French: PRCA) worth ?20 million.
[Ghana Govt.] President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo on Thursday called on Module Implementation Partners (MIPs) of the Nation Builder Corps (NABCO) to consider trainees of the programme first when employment opportunities come up.
[ANGOP] Cuito -The head of State, Joao Lourenço reopened this Friday Joaquim Kapango airport after 24 months of rehabilitation, modernization and equipment, in Cuito city, central Bié province.
[Premium Times] The Lagos State Government says it is partnering with Igbo market leaders in Lagos West Senatorial District to ensure infrastructure development in marketplaces in the area.
[This Day] Chibuike Onyeukwu writes that Governor Emeka Ihedioha is determined to avoid further distortions and more problems
[This Day] Two agencies of Lagos State Government and four firms Thursday announced a partnership towards the construction of five innovation centres across the state, saying the initiatives were designed to ensure capacity building, competitiveness and ecosystem among start-ups and budding entrepreneurs.
[Seychelles News Agency] A seawall is being rebuilt in the western district of Anse Boileau to tackle flooding during high tides and heavy rain in the area, an increasing occurrence being blamed on climate change.
[Observer] The Committee to Help Save the Government Hospital in Buchanan, Grand Bassa County, has raised over US$4,872 and L$2,621,355 to help save the hospital from its present stage which lacks essential drugs and other facilities."
[GroundUp] Eastern Cape Human Settlements department blamed for delays
[The Conversation Africa] Over the past two decades, Ghana's construction sector has both contributed to and benefited from a rapidly growing economy. The government is investing in rail, road and property projects across the country amid strong demand created by an expanding urban service economy. This is reflected in the increased spend in the 2019 budget.
[ANGOP] Luanda -The construction of six retention dams, water catchment systems and waterways in Cunene province will start in the coming days, the President of the Republic, João Lourenço, announced on Tuesday in Luanda.
South Africa: The Walls Keep Closing in On SA's Construction Industry As It Records High Retrenchment Rates
[Daily Maverick] South Africa's building and construction sector is on its knees, compounded by a stagnant economy and low infrastructure spending by the government. This has resulted in major job losses, further swelling the ranks of the unemployed.
[Cameroon Tribune] The Minister of Sports and Physical Education, Narcisse Mouelle Kombi visited the site yesterday, October 14, 2019.
[Ghanaian Times] The chiefs and people of Denkyira Domenase, supported by the Minister of Transport, Kwaku Ofori Asiamah, Member of Parliament for Upper Denkyira West, Samuel Nsowa-Djan, and the DCE last Friday, cut the sod for the commencement of an ultramodern artificial football park complex, financed by the Ghana Ports and Harbours Authority, as part of its corporate social responsibility.
[Nairobi News] Kenya's largest referral hospital plans to put up a Sh15 billion seven-storey private hospital to fund public services in the parent institution.
[Premium Times] Gov. Babajide Sanwo-Olu has declared a state of emergency on Lagos roads and has ordered massive repair work on critical highways across the state, beginning from Monday.
[Cameroon Tribune] Elevolution Engenharia S.A (Elevo) constructing Stretch 2 (Ntui-Mankim) of the road has had its contract cancelled over performance deficiency.
[Vanguard] The Principal, Neander International School, Epe Lekki Expressway, Idris Agbaje has called on the Lagos State government to help fix the bad portion of Epe-Lekki Expressway that has slowed down vehicular movement, economic and academic activities on the axis.
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