Africaâ€™s Power & Energy Exhibition & Conference is announced as market continues to attract investment
Africa has experienced massive internal growth in major areas within the last 20 years which have contributed greatly to investorsâ€™ assets and one area in particular is in particularly high demand and continuously predicting huge returns â€“ the energy market.
It has already had an impact in creating greater well-being to the people of Africa whilst boosting profits for shareholders involved. Due to this massive interest in the African power sector which includes the UNâ€™s 2014 â€˜Sustainable Energy for Allâ€™ programme and highlights Africa as one of the main areas of focus, EXPOGROUP is organizing The 5th Power & Energy Exhibition & Conference 2016 from the 10th to the 12th of June, 2016 at Kenya's prime international venue;The Dome in Nairobi and the 2nd edition from the 07th to the 09th of July 2016 at Tanzaniaâ€™s international venue; the Mlimani Conference Centre in Dar-es-Salaam.
The medium-term game plan of African cement producer PPC is to find new resources needed by its operations, which will probably require it to engage in some form of exploration and eventual mining close to where urban development is expected in Africa.
TheÂ Ethiopian Electric Power (EEP)Â in conjunction with a Chinese firm,Â TBEA Contractor LtdÂ signed a US$ 98m agreement that will see the power transmission project take place.
Tanzania has embarked on a housing construction programme that will see 10,000 housing units built specifically for the Defense Forces of Tanzania (TPDF). The aim of the project is to help reduce a housing problem that soldiers in the country have been facing.
Roads are the backbone of a countryâ€™s infrastructure and the frame of a countryâ€™s economic development. They support growth in agriculture and industry, open corridors, port links and tourism areas, and connect each region to the rest of the country. Roads also furnish access to internal markets and social infrastructure such as schools and health centers.
Google has awarded a $717,728 (roughly R10 Million) grant to the Southern Africa Federation of the Disabled (SAFOD) to develop technology that can assist people in Sub-Saharan Africa who are living with disabilities.
Durban - Durban will in five years be home to the tallest skyscraper in Africa and in the southern hemisphere. That is if the ambitious proposal for a R6 billion project presented to the cityâ€™s economic development and planning committee on Wednesday materialises.