In order to improve electricity supply, the Zimbabwe Power Company (ZPC) has announced its plans to set up three SOLAR POWER PLANTS in the country.
In order to increase aviation activities, the Zambian Government is investing US$1 billion for the DEVELOPMENT OF THE NATIONAL AVIATION INFRASTRUCTURE.
The Ugandan Government has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to start SUPPLYING POWER to the Democratic Republic of Congo (especially to the eastern region of the country) in the next three years.
The Tanzania Petroleum Development Corporation (TPDC) plans to construct a 530 kilometre NATURAL GAS PIPELINE from Dar es Salaam to Tanga and extend to Mombasa.
The City of Johannesburg has officially launched the city’s MANHOLE COVER REPLACEMENT PROJECT. The project forms part of the city’s future network upgrades plan which aims to improve road infrastructure, boost the city’s economy and create job opportunities.
The Rwandan Government has signed an agreement with a Nigerian investor to rehabilitate and develop the country’s POTATO INDUSTRY. Through the agreement, Rwanda plans to become a key producer and exporter of potato products.
Shell Petroleum Development Company of Nigeria Ltd (SPDC) has commenced production at GBARAN-UBIE PHASE 2 OIL CONCESSION located in the Bayelsa State.
The Office of the Governor of the Erongo region in Namibia has expressed its plans to acquire a LOCAL DESALINATION FACILITY. The facility is owned by French firm Areva.
Mozambican President, Filipe Nyusi has announced that construction work on building a new CEMENT PLANT located in the Niassa province will start later in 2017.
As part of the diversification process of the national sugar cane industry, the Ministry of Agro-Industry and Food Security together with the Food and Agricultural Research and Extension Institute (FAREI) has launched the MACADAMIA NUT AGRIBUSINESS PROJECT