Africa Construction & Building Projects

SA's Murray & Roberts plans grand exit in Construction business

South Africa's largest listed construction group, Murray & Roberts (JSE: MUR) which participated in landmark projects such as the 2010 FIFA World Cup, is to sell its infrastructure and building businesses. ... Full story

PPC's Zimbabwe cement plant nears completion

PPC's cement plant in Zimbabwe is on track for completion this year — with SA’s largest cement maker aiming to increase sales in the rest of Africa. ... Full story

SA’s construction giant to pay $4.1 million penalty

South Africa’s second-biggest construction group, Murray & Roberts (JSE: MUR) has been issued with a $4.1m (R64.1m ZAR) fine for its involvement in collusive tendering in construction projects for the 2010 Fifa World Cup. ... Full story

Ambitious strategy to revive Ethiopia’s new International Airport takes off

Addis Ababa Bole International Airport is in for a mega commercial transformation, with Ethiopian Airport Enterprise (EAE) planning to inject $2.4-billion on upgrading and expanding the country’s airport. ... Full story

Qatari Diar gets green light for $2.16bn Egypt construction projects

Qatari Diar, which is headquartered in Doha, has been granted approval of $2.16 billion construction project to build hotels, shopping malls and residential apartments in Egypt, aimed to boost tourism in the country. ... Full story

Nairobi’s Garden City phase one on schedule for completion

There is an end in sight for phase one of the Sh22.7bn Garden City project on Thika Road in Nairobi, with the grand opening of the mall now set for April. ... Full story

Work on $599m Djibouti international airport to start this year

Construction on the $599 million new international airport in Ali-Sabieh, Djibouti would start this year and expected to be completed in 2018, Pesident Ismail Omar Guelleh announced on Monday this week. ... Full story

Construction begins on South Africa’s new $7.4bn smart city

Construction has begun on the new $7.4 billion (R84 billion ZAR) new city in Modderfontein, Johannesburg, owned by Hong Kong listed Shanghai Zendai, with development of 300 residential units underway. ... Full story

Construction of Tanzania’s major port to start in 2015

Tanzania will launch construction of a major Chinese-funded sea port in 2015 to boost the trading capacity of the east African nation, a presidential statement read. ... Full story

UK firm breaks ground on new Mixed-use development in Nairobi

Garden City, Nairobi’s flagship retail, residential and commercial property development, broke ground today at a celebration ceremony in the presence of over 100 distinguished guests, including the Governor of Nairobi, Dr. Evans Kidero. ... Full story

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