ETHIOPIA: Massive road projects to be carried out

Three new roads are to be constructed in Ethiopia. The projects which will be funded by the government has been estimated to cost US$ 240m. The first project: the construction of the Sodo Tercha Asphalt Road will take place both in the rural and urban area. The road project which is to take 42 months […]

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MOZAMBIQUE: Beira-Zimbabawe road project kicks off

Work has commenced on the construction of a second bridge over River Pungue. This is in line with the upgrade of the Beira-Zimbabwe road. The bridge will link the districts of Dondo and Nhamatanda in the central of Mozambican province of Sofala. The bridge which will be 250 metres long will have two lanes. The contractor: […]

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RWANDA: Additional 7,192km of roads to be upgraded

Plans have been announced by the Rwandan Government to rehabilitate and pave more roads across the country. This is in line with achieving the nation’s second Economic Development and Poverty Reduction Strategy (EDPRS) goals through upgrading and repairing additional 7,192Kms of roads. This initiative aims at reducing the cost of doing business in the country, scale down […]

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Ongoing road construction in South Sudan heralds a new dawn

South Sudanese Government has set out to construct the road networks linking Juba to Bor in Jonglei state and Rumbek in Lakes state. The project would be funded by China’s Exim Bank. South Sudan has only around 300 kilometers of paved roads of which a third are in the capital city of Juba. The 192 Km […]

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