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Infrastructure Morning Essentials

Monday, May-27-17

Opportunities

[Rwanda] New REG boss says to prioritise off-grid energy (more)

[Rwanda] Rwanda has attractive packages for floriculture sector investors – NAEB (more)

[Mauritius] Renewable Energy – the Ocean As an Alternative Green Energy (more)

[South Africa] $100-million loan for African infrastructure spending (more)

[Tanzania] Cargo At Dar es Salaam Port Predicted to Increase

[Ghana] GHANA’S GCIC NGO READY TO INVEST USD 1.1BN IN CLEAN ENERGY (more)

[Zambia] Cotton farmers need irrigation facilities (more)

[Mozambique] Natural gas extraction in Mozambique likely to begin in 2021 (more)

[Namibia] Namibia: Tunacor Plans N$160 Million Vessel Oshiveli (more)

[Kenya] Japan Pledges to continue supporting Kenya’s Energy Sector (more)

Deals and Transactions

[Uganda, Tanzania] Uganda, Tanzania sign deal for world’s longest heated pipeline (more)

Bharti Airtel Bets on Nigeria Broadband to Chase Down MTN (more)

[Ghana] Turnkey Fish Processing Plant Opens in Elmina (more)

[Zambia] ZAMBIA has signed a confirmation agreement with Export-Import (EXIM) Bank of India to facilitate the construction of infrastructure to decongest Lusaka road (more)

[Ethiopia] The First Engine Factory Opens in Meqelle (more)

[Cameroon] Railway Transport – Chinese City to Quadruple Metro Network By 2020

 

Impact

[Nigeria] Nigeria to issue first green bond in next few weeks: officials (more)

Trans Africa Pipeline (more)

Selling food in Africa: What we can learn from this company’s challenges (more)

Energy storage set to transform the sector in Middle East and Africa (more)

[Report] Honest Accounts 2017 (more)

 

Funds

[Report] AFRICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK GROUP Financial Report 2016 (more)

[Report] Industry Statistics Q1 2017 Emerging Markets Private Capital Fundraising and Investment (more)

Innovative impact fund targets African SMEs and producers (more)

Macroeconomics

[Mozambique] Mozambique Misses Latest Loan Payment as Restructuring Stalls (more)

 

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Infrastructure Morning Essentials

Monday, May-26-17

Opportunities

[Kenya] Oil firms troop to Marsabit as improved roads open up northern Kenya (more)

[Zimbabwe] Govt Expands Ease of Doing Business Reforms (more)

AGCO sets eyes on Africa with its Challenger farm machinery business (more)

[Nigeria] Islamic Development Bank looks to Nigeria as its African hub (more)

[Senegal] Senegal banks on $300 million rapid bus plan to improve urban transport (more)

[Rwanda] New Rwanda Energy Group Boss Says to Priotitise Off-Grid Energy (more)

[Cameroon] Cameroon’s priority until 2029 will remain the construction of infrastructure, according to Ministry of Economy (more)

[Nigeria] European Parliament rolls out development programme for Nigeria (more)

[South Africa] Concentrated Solar Power projects boost South Africa’s economy (more)

Deals and Transactions

[South Africa] Emira Property Fund announces ZAR364 million BEE transaction (more)

[Nigeria] NNPC rekindles hope in Nigeria Power sector (more)

[Rwanda] Rwanda and India Exim Bank ink $81 million deal to fund TVET (more)

[Morocco] the port of Agadir has a new multipurpose terminal (more)

[Nigeria] Nigerian minister unveils rooftop solar energy project (more)

[Kenya] Stanlib Fahari to invest Sh1.8bn in new property by September (more)

[Nigeria] Nigeria, GE Consortium to negotiate terms for rail concession (more)

 

Impact

World Bank earmarks $200m for Fadama III financing in Nigeria (more)

[Turkey, Somalia] Somalia: Turkey to Help Somalia Rebuild Infrastructure, SNA (more)

[Tanzania] Why Banks Avoid Agriculture, Transport Sectors in Lending (more)

[Nigeria] A closer look at Lumos’ pay-as-you-go solar business in Nigeria (more)

 

Funds

Innovative impact fund targets African SMEs and producers (more)

Macroeconomics

[South Africa] South Africa Inflation at 17-Month Low Shows End to Rate Hikes (more)