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Tanzania moves to buy standard-gauge rail rolling stock

26th January 2018 Tanzania has set in motion the process to acquire rolling stock to be used on the standard-gauge railway (SGR) network that is currently under construction as it vies to become East Africa's transport hub. According to an international tender notice floated by State-run railway company Reli... 

Ethiopia signs power purchase deals for two geothermal plants

26th January 2018 The government of Ethiopia has signed implementation and power purchase agreements (PPAs) with two private-sector investors for the building of two geothermal electricity generation plants with a combined capacity of 1 000 MW. The two plants – Corbett, to be developed by Corbett Geothermal, and... 

Second runway to be built at Kenya’s Jomo Kenyatta International Airport

10th November 2017 A second runway is to be built at Kenya's Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA) in an effort to transform the airport into a world-class facility. The new runway, to be built at a cost of $351.8-million, is designed to ease pressure on the exiting runway and to nearly double the aircraft... 

South Sudan seeks outside help as it aims to power up

10th November 2017 South Sudan is pleading for foreign funding and investment in the energy sector to light the country which remains in the dark. Despite being endowed with vast oil and gas reserves and massive potential to generate electricity from hydro, solar and wind sources, the country entirely depends on... 

Construction of Mombasa container terminal second phase to begin 2018

13th October 2017 Construction of the second phase of a modern container terminal in Kenya's port city of Mombasa is set to start in January as the country seeks to cement its position as East Africa’s transport and logistics hub. This comes after the Kenya Ports Authority (KPA) secured a $333.7-million loan from... 

Trials on Kenya’s new standard-gauge railway network to start this month

6th October 2017 Kenya is gearing up to start transporting cargo on the country's new standard-gauge railway (SGR) network, signalling the beginning of a new era for East Africa’s freight logistics sector, which has been dominated by road hauliers. Cargo transport trial runs on the SGR network start at the end of... 

Construction begins on $700m airport project in eastern Rwanda

8th September 2017 Construction has started on a $700-million airport project in eastern Rwanda, which the country's government says will be a major boost to efforts to integrate the East African Community and boost intra-Africa trade. "Bugesera International Airport is [also] an important part of Rwanda's strategy... 

Contract awarded for Kenya’s first expressway

8th September 2017 US company Bechtel International has been awarded the construction contract for Kenya’s first expressway, which has been dubbed one of the most important new pieces of infrastructure in the East African Community region. The 473 km high-speed expressway, connecting Nairobi, the country's capital,... 

Construction contract awarded for Kenya’s techno city

18th August 2017 Kenya has has awarded the construction contract for East Africa’s first smart city. The $390-million engineering, procurement, construction and financing contract – entailing the construction of roads, water and sewerage infrastructure within the 400 acre first phase of  Konza Techno City, about... 

Japan-Africa initiative to help improve electricity access on the continent

11th August 2017 Efforts to increase electricity access in Africa have received a major boost following the launch of the Japan-Africa Energy Initiative (JAEI). Through the JAEI, the Japanese government intends to provide up to $6-billion in both concessional and nonconcessional loans to support the New Deal on... 

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