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Raubex Renovo Brings Mall Glamour To Cameroon

11th June 2018 A modern shopping mall, complete with convention centre and cinemas, will grace Cameroon’s financial capital city of Douala by the end of 2019 – and South African turnkey specialist Raubex Renovo is making it happen. The €45 million Douala Grand Mall is part of a larger development that will... 

Douala Grand Mall construction under way in Cameroon

By: Marleny Arnoldi     11th June 2018 Raubex Renovo, a subsidiary of JSE-listed turnkey solutions provider Raubex, is building a shopping mall, complete with convention centre and cinemas, in Douala, Cameroon, which is aimed for completion by end-2019.  

Congo billionaire seeks French loan to develop iron-ore railway

By: Bloomberg     17th May 2018 Paul Obambi, a billionaire investor in the Congo Republic, is in talks with French lenders to fund a railway he’s building to export iron-ore. Obambi’s company Sapro SA is negotiating with “a consortium of banks” to finance the 450-km track that will link the southwestern town of Mayoko to a... 

Morrocan king to sign trade, mining deals with Congo republic

By: Bloomberg     26th April 2018 Moroccan King Mohammed VI will sign a series of investment agreements in a visit to Congo Republic this weekend, Environment & Tourism Minister Arlette Soudan-Nonault said. Mohammed will travel to the Central African nation for an April 28 summit of leaders to discuss the Congo Basin Blue Fund,... 

SAA cuts back on domestic, regional flights

By: Natasha Odendaal     27th September 2017 Effective October 29, South African Airways (SAA) will reduce its daily Port Elizabeth and East London flights, along with some of its flights to Central Africa, as it continues to monitor route performance. The State-owned airliner on Wednesday said it had made some capacity adjustments to align... 

Sub-Saharan Africa middle class represents R1.3tr a month market

By: Megan van Wyngaardt     19th May 2017 A University of Cape Town (UCT) Unilever Institute of Strategic Marketing initiative, the African Lions research project, has established that the sub-Saharan African middle class, comprising around 100-million people, represents a R1.3-trillion a month market and is growing. Carried out... 

SA business delegation explores opportunities at Central African ports

By: David Oliveira     25th November 2016 Research and consulting specialists Africa House led a business delegation to Central African port cities last month, to explore business opportunities in new port developments in Cameroon and the Republic of Congo. The business delegation comprised South African business development managers and... 

Altaaqa Global and Caterpillar Team Up to Power Cameroon and Empower Locals through Customer Development Program

30th June 2016 The program through Caterpillar University helps solve Cameroon’s energy challenge while facilitating the transfer of engineering and advanced technical knowledge to local professionals at state-of-the-art 50 MW project Altaaqa Global Caterpillar Rental Power, a leading global temporary power... 

SAA resumes flights to Douala after airport reopens

By: Anine Kilian     22nd March 2016 South African Airways (SAA) has resumed flights to Cameroon’s Douala International Airport, following the reopening of the airport on March 21. SAA’s four-weekly flights from Johannesburg to Libreville, in Gabon, and onwards to Douala would operate as per the normal schedule to Douala after... 

South African locomotives specialist ventures further into Africa

By: Creamer Media Reporter      31st July 2015 Locomotive design and engineering company Grindrod Locomotives recently signed a contract worth more than $30-million with Bolloré Group, the first logistics and port operator in Africa with a presence in 46 countries, 250 subsidiaries and 25 000 employees.  The project will see a number of... 

Temporary power complements conventional, renewable power

By: Mia Breytenbach     24th April 2015 Electrical energy provided by temporary power plants can boost the electricity generation of not only conventional power sources as they are being maintained or constructed but also renewable-energy sources as they are being stabilised and enhanced. There is, therefore, substantial potential for... 

Drilling at Cameroon iron-ore play reveals upside potential

By: Natalie Greve     21st October 2014 A reconnaissance drilling programme at West African Minerals’ South Sanaga iron-ore license, in Cameroon, has intersected multiple coarse-grained magnetite gneiss packages with grades and thicknesses sufficient to initiate a follow-up drill programme designed to deliver a maiden mineral resource... 

Globeleq secures majority stake in Cameroon power projects

By: Natalie Greve     17th June 2014 Independent power generation group Globeleq has, through its majority-owned independent power generation companies, the Kribi Power Development Corporation and the Dibamba Power Development Corporation, acquired a majority interest in more than 300 MW of generation capacity in Cameroon. The... 

Engen lubes reach more of Cameroon as distributor opens 11th service station

9th April 2014 Blessing Petroleum, the official Cameroonian lubricants distributor for African energy company Engen, has opened its 11th service station in the country, bringing quality Engen automotive oils to the Western region for the first time. Blessing’s MD Paul Dengoue says Yapaki Service Station,... 

Blessing Petroleum launches Engen Dieselube in Cameroon

6th January 2014 Energy company Blessing Petroleum, the official Cameroonian distributor of Engen Lubricants, has announced the availability of Engen’s Dieselube 700 Super high-performance lubricating oil for diesel engines operating under high load. The launch took place at a customer event in Douala, where the... 

Blessing Petroleum launches Engen Dieselube in Cameroon

12th December 2013 Energy company Blessing Petroleum, the official Cameroonian distributor of Engen Lubricants, has announced the availability of Engen’s Dieselube 700 Super high-performance lubricating oil for diesel engines operating under high load. The launch took place at a customer event in Douala, where the... 

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By: Asha Ramsaran     14th June 2013 Tenders for work in the rest of Africa excluding South Africa  

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Afferro broadens discussions with strategic partners

By: Idéle Esterhuizen     28th May 2012 West Africa-focused iron-ore explorer Afferro Mining has broadened its discussions with strategic partners to accelerate the development of its Nkout iron-ore project, in Cameroon. The company said in a statement on Monday that a number of interested parties had been identified and that... 

Sohaing mixed-use development, Douala, Cameroon

By: Sheila Barradas     20th April 2012 The project involves the construction and operation of a mixed-use development of a 7 000 m2 site in Douala. 

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