[This Day] Eight persons were injured after another building collapsed yesterday at the Mafoluku area of Oshodi in Lagos State.
[Leadership] Lagos -As part of moves to boost foreign exchange and capacity production, Dangote Cement will open export facilities in Lagos and Port Harcourt this year.
[Reporter] Italy considers involvement
[News24Wire] The City of Johannesburg (COJ) has identified a new housing opportunity in the form of expropriating abandoned factories and allowing the private sector to turn them into low-cost affordable housing.
[Cameroon Tribune] The declaration was made by the project manager for Yenigun during the Governor's inspection visit on June 20, 2019.
[Premium Times] A building has collapsed in the densely populated Oshodi area of Lagos.
[This Day] Cement firm, Lafarge Africa Plc has posted a loss of N8.8 billion for the year ended December 31, compared with N34.39 billion in 2017. The company had delayed the filing of the results due to some pending actions required for the resolution of key matters.
[Ghanaian Times] Concerned traders and residents of Agbogbloshie, in Accra, has given government two weeks ultimatum to repair road stretching from the Central Mosque through to the main Agbogbloshie market or they will close down the market.
[Foroyaa] The Minister for Transport, Works and Infrastructure Bai Lamin Jobe, on Wednesday June 12th 2019 appeared before deputies at the National Assembly to orally respond to questions raised by NAMs on issues related to his Ministry.
[Daily News] THE government has said the 388.2m/- gigantic project for construction of a dam atLumakali area in Njombe District is expected to kick off in January 2021.
[Namibian] Trade and industry minister Tjekero Tweya says the construction of small business parks countrywide is nearing completion in most of the towns.
[Ghanaian Times] Works on 804 infrastructural projects targeted at eliminating the Double Track system in senior high schools (SHS) across the country, are near completion.
[Observer] The Minister of Public Works Mabutu Vlah Nyenpan, has told Senate that, as per schedule, construction of a new bridge over the Timo River is expected to be fully launched and commissioned on July 15, 2019.
[Ghanaian Times] The First Lady, Mrs Rebecca Akufo-Addo, has called on stakeholders of the Achimota Basic School to expand facilities to accommodate the current large student population.
[Ghanaian Times] Work on the abandoned New Edubiase Sports Stadium is set to take off again after government secured funding to complete the project.
[Monitor] The Speaker of Parliament, Ms Rebecca Kadaga, has tasked the government to abandon the proposed construction of a power dam at Murchison Falls in Murchison Falls National Park.
[Nairobi News] Kenyans paid for the construction of a Sh18-million swimming pool at Umoja 1 Primary School in Nairobi, an expenditure that is now raising eyebrows.
[Nation] Kenyans paid for the construction of a Sh18-million swimming pool at Umoja 1 Primary School in Nairobi, an expenditure that is now raising eyebrows.
[Observer] President Weah and team inspect the ongoing road construction in Old Road community.
[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.
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