The Minister of State for Works and Housing, Abubarka Aliyu over the weekend assured of Federal government’s determination to close housing deficit of over 17 million with 1 million annual housing delivery.
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Phase two of Zaria Water Supply and Expansion Project in Kaduna State, Nigeria has been commissioned. President Muhammadu Buhari performed the commissioning ceremony and said that the government had spent US $32.7m towards the project.
It’s never a good time to have a debt-laden balance sheet. But August 2019 was probably the worst time in Shoprite’s 40-year history to reveal a disturbing increase in borrowings.
Nigeria and other African countries are targeting Value Added Tax (VAT) revenue from the over $1 trillion infrastructure investment coming into the continent.
Franchising should be professionalised in order to protect the public, according to trade association representing franchisers and franchisees says the The Franchise Association of SA (Fasa).
The Nigeria’s luxury real estate market has taken a beating lately due to several fundamentals, which include stricter government regulations and economic factors.
Safari Investments, which walked away from a potential merger with Fairvest earlier in August, says shareholders are also unlikely to approve a better takeover offer from Comprop. Comprop, an unlisted group, offered to buy Safari outright for R1.8bn in July.
he Nabdam District Assembly has invested its share of the one million dollars per constituency into the provision of six 10-seater water closet toilet facilities at strategic points in the area to provide places of convenience for the people.
Taking a page out of China’s foreign development strategy, the US Export-Import Bank (Exim) is considering a $5bn loan to help build a large liquefied natural gas (LNG) plant in northern Mozambique, saying it would support 16,400 American jobs by guaranteeing orders for goods and construction services.
In seven months to July 31, 2019, investors traded about N1.201trillion worth of Nigerian equities. This represents a huge decline of about 31percent year-on-year (YoY) when compared with N1.743trillion recorded in the corresponding seven months period of 2018.