Actualités sur les infrastructures
Aljazeera.com - 25 February 2012
When South Sudan seceded in July 2011, the world knew that they would be taking the vast majority of the Sudan's oil wealth with them. A new country with dismal infrastructure but vast oil...
As much as $30 million is to be used to build a dam on Atabarah river in Sudan, allafrica.com has reported.
The move was announced by Suleiman Al-Herbish, the director general of the OPEC Fund for International Development...
Catégorie: Infrastructures générales
Les chefs-lieux de 18 provinces d'Angola vont bientôt êtres connectés au réseau de fibre optique afin d'étendre et améliorer les services de téléphonie et...
Creamer Media's Engineering News - February 23, 2012
The National Association of Automobile Manufacturers of South Africa (Naamsa) and the Automobile Association of South Africa (AA) said on Wednesday that they believed a...
Power Engineering - February 23, 2012
Wasabi Energy is working with ArcelorMittal South Africa to implement two Kalina Cycle(R) power plants using the heat from its hot strip mills. The Kalina Cycle(R) power plants will have a...
InvestorPlace - February 23, 2012
When it comes to emerging markets and energy production, powerhouses like Brazil and Russia tend to dominate portfolio holdings. Both nations have been blessed with a vast array of hydrocarbons...
Creamer Media's Mining Weekly.com - February 23, 2012
JOHANNESBURG – South Africa’s second-largest coal miner Exxaro Resources is moving ahead with plans to generate clean energy, CEO Sipho Nkosi said on Thursday.
Creamer Media's Engineering News - February 24, 2012
South African independent power producer BioTherm Energy reports that the Department of Energy’s (DOE’s) bidding process, for the first phase of the renewable-energy...
allAfrica.com (SciDev.Net) - February 23, 2012
Nairobi — Inadequate policies and regulations, rather than a lack of funding, is the main reason for Africa's failure to exploit its huge renewable energy potential, according to...
allAfrica.com - February 23, 2012
Africa's quest for greater connectivity and improved intra-regional trade could soon become a reality after the continent's leaders agreed to increase public spending on infrastructure and set...
mybroadband | February 23, 2012
Dark Fibre Africa (DFA) announced that it has laid more than 5,000 kilometres of fibre infrastructure.
DFA, which currently employs over 200 permanent staff and over 6,000 people through its...
Le Kenya va soumettre le mois prochain un projet de loi simplifié clarifiant les bases juridiques des partenariats public-privé afin d'attirer des investisseurs pour financer ses projets d'infrastructures,...
Catégories: Eau, Transport, Energie
The FINANCIAL - February 22, 2012
Production from the recently opened Derba MIDROC Cement Factory in Ethiopia, part funded by the European Investment Bank, will reduce cement costs and end shortages of cement in Africa’s fourth...
South Africa.info - February 22, 2012
The state will have about R4.5-trillion in resources to draw on, using a range of financing methods over the next three years, to fund the country's key infrastructure projects, says...
AFP - February 23, 2012
JOHANNESBURG — Africa needs to find new ways to finance energy projects as the continent seeks to massively expand access to electricity in the wake of the global financial crisis, experts say.
City Press - February 22, 2012
South Africa will start running out of water 13 years from now without better management, according to Treasury’s 2012 Budget Review, tabled today.“On current projections, South Africa’s water...
The Nation (Nigeria) - February 23, 2012
Managing Director of the Nigerian Communications Satellite Limited (NIGCOMSAT), Tiamasaniyu Ahmed-Rufai, has advocated the use of the recently launched satellite, NigComSat-1R to...
allAfrica.com (BuaNews) - February 23, 2012
Pretoria — While South Africa's budget for 2012 has been described as credible, broadly balanced and confidence building by business, others have criticized it for increasing the...
allAfrica.com - February 22, 2012
A team of nine members of the board of the African Development Bank (AfDB) Group will this week visit Uganda to consult with the government on the bank's funded programmes in the country.
The South African town of Stellenbosch is set to become the country's unofficial technology capital in the next few weeks, when municipal authorities will offer free Wi-Fi internet access to all the residents.
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