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28 Apr 2017

PPP Key to Lagos Development Strategy: Governor

Realising that the state government cannot solely meet the infrastructural need of the state given the rapid growth in population, the Lagos State has adopted the Public Private Partnership (PPP) as a viable strategy to power the desired growth in physical and social infrastructure in the state. As part of

27 Apr 2017

Agriculture Will Help Nigeria Tackle Unemployment – Governor Nyesom Ezenwo Wike

The Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Ezenwo Wike, has stated that investments in agriculture would help the nation tackle youth unemployment. Speaking during a courtesy visit by the Minister of Agriculture, Audu Ogbeh and Minister of State for Agriculture, Senator Heineken Lokpobiri at the Government House in Port Harcourt on Wednesday,

26 Apr 2017

Public-private partnership boosts lab services in Taita-Taveta County

The viability of Public-Private Partnerships in the country is facing increasing questions, but a ground-breaking collaborative project involving the Taita-Taveta County is successfully delivering results in a sector not known for such projects. The three-year PPP has upgraded the Voi County Referral Hospital’s main laboratory transforming it from a rundown

25 Apr 2017

Ribbon cut on 26-MW wind farm at ArcelorMittal site

Engie Electrabel last week announced the inauguration of a 26.25-MW wind farm at the site of steel and mining major ArcelorMittal in Ghent, Belgium. The wind farm includes eight turbines, five of 3.45 MW and three of 3 MW, which are expected to produce 70.8 million kWh of power per

25 Apr 2017

Spotless rebuffs Downer’s ‘hostile’ $1.26b bid

Cleaning and catering company Spotless, which counts the Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre and the MCG in its stable of clients, yesterday dismissed as “hostile” and “highly conditional” a $1.26 billion takeover bid by mining services group Downer EDI. Spotless said the $1.15 per share offer was opportunistic, timed to

25 Apr 2017

Papua New Guinea using multiple energy sources to meet growing need

Papua New Guinea is taking a multi-pronged approach to energy provision. Business Advantage PNG takes a look at how the nation is meeting its fast-growing power needs. Papua New Guinea’s national energy strategy that mostly emphasises the use of renewable sources. Construction of three huge hydro power schemes is proposed,

25 Apr 2017

First malaria vaccine to be tested in Africa in 2018

In a promising development, the World Health Organization (WHO) has announced that it is ready to go-ahead with the testing of the first malaria vaccine in real-world settings next year. The organization made the announcement on the eve of World Malaria Day, reports CNN. The pilot project will test whether

24 Apr 2017

FAA approves St. Louis’ preliminary application for airport privatization

The Federal Aviation Administration has accepted St. Louis’ preliminary application to participate in the Airport Privatization Pilot Program. The pilot program is the result of a 1997 federal law, reauthorized in 2012, allowing up to 10 publicly-owned airports to enter into lease agreements with private operators. St. Louis Lambert International



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