Standard Bank together with PTA Bank (now called the Trade and Development Bank) has finalised a US$120 million debt package with the Zimbabwe Power Company
Indian firm based in Uganda, Mahadhi Infra Uganda has announced its plans to create a new OIL TRANSPORTATION NETWORK along Lake Victoria.
Plans to construct the DODOMA STADIUM are in gradual process. The new stadium will cost between US$80 – 100 million and will be bigger than the current National Stadium in Dar es Salaam.
ICT company, SEACOM has announced its plans to provide HIGH-SPEED FIBRE INTERNET ACCESS services to business and home users in the southern areas of Johannesburg.
The governments of Gambia and Senegal have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) for a CROSS-BORDER ELECTRICITY FACILITY.
The U.S. Trade and Development Agency (USTDA) has awarded a grant to Nigerian multinational industrial conglomerate, Dangote Industries Limited and African infrastructure investment company, Black Rhino
Paper bags manufacturing company, Kaptau Packaging plans on expanding through building the first MANUFACTURING FACILITY for multiwall self-opening paper bags in Namibia.
The Mozambican government plans to raise US$700 million in order to finance the construction of the INHAMBANE-SOUTH AFRICA ROAD.
Mauritanian mining exploration company, Suricate Minerals is seeking about US$4 million to develop its QUARTZ, BARITE, LITHIUM AND GOLD PROJECTS.
As part of the national policy of assistance to disadvantaged social strata, the Government of Mali has undertaken the construction of SOCIAL HOUSING throughout the country.