13 août 2015

Second Railway Investment Plan Due In Three Months

Victorine BIY NFOR/Cameroon-Tribune Activities of the Ad hoc Committee were launched in Yaounde yesterday. The Inter-ministerial Ad hoc Committee in charge of drawing up of an Investment Plan for Phase Two, PQ2, of the project to modernize railway infrastructure has three months to submit the final document. The task was handed down to the committee by the President of the Inter-ministerial Committee in charge of Railway Infrastructure, COMIFER, who is also the Minister of Transport, Prof. Robert Nkili. He told committee members... [Lire la suite]

02 juillet 2015

Kribi Deep Seaport Project: Visible Socio-Economic Impact

Kribi town has been witnessing some metamorphosis to stand up to the billing of a port’s city. From the hitherto ‘village’ of the yesteryears in both the physical outlook and the mentality of the inhabitants, the sea-side resort town of Kribi has been witnessing some modernism of late thanks to the yet-to-be-inaugurated Kribi Deep Seaport constructed in Mboro, some 35 km from town. Infrastructure of all sorts are emerging in the city and investors thronging therein to set base and reap the benefits that come with seaports... [Lire la suite]
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01 juillet 2015

Kribi Deep Seaport Project:Magnificent Infrastructure Ready For Use

Equipment for the functioning of a port are already available in Kribi ahead of effective takeoff.   The Kribi Deep Seaport in Mboro, some 35 km from the headquarters of the Ocean Division of the South Region, is technically fit for use. The constructor, China Harbour Engineering Company (CHEC) is done with all works on the edifice and the imposing infrastructure is now ready to receive vessels of all sizes. All that is needed to make the port functional are in Kribi. Modern Cranes The Kribi Deep Seaport consists of two... [Lire la suite]
19 septembre 2014

Major Infrastructure Projects: Governors Evaluate Level Of Progress

They have been presenting a balance sheet of happenings in their regions at their meeting in Yaounde. As Governors from Cameroon’s 10 regions conclude their first semester meeting for this year today, September 18, 2014, in Yaounde, they have also been giving situation reports on the implementation of major infrastructure projects in their areas. This is especially so as President Paul Biya’s ‘Great Accomplishments’ agenda aims at attaining emergence status for the country by 2035. Challenges With South Roads According to the... [Lire la suite]