For truck driver Joseph Turay, navigating the 120 km Matotoka-Sefadu road in northeastern Sierra Leone used to be a nightmare. On average, he spent between five hours to one day on the road, which was last properly repaired nearly half a century ago.
Eagle Hills, Abu Dhabi-based private real estate investment and development firm, is set to launch sales for its luxury apartments under-construction at the center of Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed of Ethiopia launches a 2.2 billion birr (about $69.3 million at current exchange rate) road construction project in Jimma, Oromia region of the country to be built by a Chinese company.
The Addis Ababa city Administration has launched the construction of six projects in the capital worth 10.7 billion birr (close to $369 million) including grand Adwa center with library.
With the aim of easing its import-export trade logistics, Ethiopia today officially inaugurates 220 kilometers toll road that links eastern part of Ethiopia’s city – Dire Dawa with Dewale city bordering Djibouti.
A three-day multi-stakeholder capacity development meeting to support the building of effective, accountable and inclusive institutions at all levels of the Ethiopian urban governance system is held in Addis Ababa.
The Addis Ababa City, the capital of Ethiopia, is set to transfer 51,229 condominium houses to residents this week.
The Addis Ababa City Administration has warned over 100 real estate developers engaged in tax dodging and has been misusing the land they secured from the city administration. In recent years, tax avoidance and evasion has been a major concern in Ethiopia.
The Government of Italy expressed its interest to help Ethiopia and Eritrea link via railway network.
The Addis Ababa City Administration is set to ban and blacklist construction companies and consulting firms failed to deliver construction of different infrastructure projects on time.
The newly upgraded Dire Dawa – Dewale, the 220 kilometers road network linking Ethiopia with Djibouti, has gone operational. The toll road is the second to Ethiopia next to the one linking Addis Ababa with Adama.