Mulonga Water and Sewerage needs investor aid to fix dilapidated infrastructure in three districts in order to improve reticulation.
The Zambian company is seeking some K500 billion (£66.4 million) to carry out the...
Zambian president Rupiah Banda has declared his investment intentions for the country's transport infrastructure in the coming years.
News source the Times of Zambia quoted the statesman as announcing the injection of some K56...
In news that could be of interest to investors seeking public private partnership opportunities in Rwanda, the parliament has created a new regulatory body affecting the water and electricity sectors.
Replacing the Rwanda...
Categories: Water, Transport, Energy
The construction of extra roads and bridges is expected to accompany the introduction of Tunisia's new electric trains.
Faster and less polluting, the new train will replace older, diesel locomotives and facilitate travel within...
Hydro power stations and improved electricity infrastructure will be the priorities of energy company Zesco in the coming year.
Some $200 million (£125 million) has already been earmarked to generate 100 megawatts through...
Categories: ICT, Energy
South African power company Eskom has negotiated some €1.185 million (£1.067 million) with five French banks to fund the Medupi and Kusile turbines.
The money will be awarded in the form of a fixed-interest rate loan,...
With Angola's airports preparing for the arrival of football players and fans for next month's African Cup of Nations (CAN), the country is focusing on infrastructure improvements.
Angola is starting to establish itself as an...
The Kenya Investment Authority has said the country needs to develop alternative energy sources - and it needs public private partnerships (PPP) to do this.
Managing director Susan Kikawai urged investors to focus on localised...
The Zambian government has received $75 million (£46.6 million) to improve the state of its transport infrastructure and has announced the first projects to be funded by the loan.
Part of the money from the International...
Africa's data services progress relies on the ability of new submarine internet cables to provide more available international bandwidth at a lower cost.
Indeed, for the continent to develop its ICT infrastructure and benefit...
While the inauguration of the Bumbuna hydropower plant in Sierra Leone has brought a number of immediate benefits to the national economy, the first stage of the project is not enough on its own to supply the energy needs on the...
Uganda's national road network is to be improved through a $190 million (£117 million) grant from the World Bank and the British government.
Lead transport specialist for the Transport Sector Development Project and task...
This week saw the signing of an agreement in Abidjan for the restructuring of the debt between France and the Ivory Coast in an amount of 456 million Dollars.
“I want to assure you of the determination of the Ivory Coast to...
Improving transport infrastructure in Africa will depend on effective regional integration as well as investment efforts, studies have found.
The Africa Infrastructure Country Diagnostic carried out in 24 different sub-Saharan...
The West African Power Pool (WAPP) will receive European Investment Bank (EIB) technical assistance for its integrated regional electricity project.
With €935,000 (£846,000) from the EU-Africa infrastructure fund, the...
Senegal’s Minister of Air Transport and Infrastructures, Karim Wade, announced this week that more than 1500 km of highways are to be constructed by 2015, as well as 15 bridges being upgraded.
This highways project falls within...
Tanzania, Rwanda and Burundi are to be linked by a railway in a project sponsored by the World Bank and the African Development Bank.
Speaking at a press conference in Kigali, Burundi's minister for public works and equipment...
Nigeria's decision to reserve 30 per cent of its fuel production for domestic use will not affect its supply commitments to the West African Gas Pipeline (WAGP) project, the government has assured investors.
The minster of...
The World Bank has granted 112,000 Dollars to the Ivory Coast in order to promote ease of movement on highways across the country, with a further 1.2 million Dollars to be added in 2010.
The funds will be used to finance a...
The Zambian government has signed a $23 million (£14.2 million) contract with Konoike, a Japanese company, to improve and maintain roads in Ndola and Kitwe. Administered through Japanese grant aid, the project will take up...
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