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  • 01:46 Kenya's Major Railway Line To Extend To Naivasha

    Kenya's Major Railway Line To Extend To Naivasha

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    Kenya railway line's extension of the SGR will open up Naivasha, the country's geothermal production center, for increased economic activities

  • 00:39 Mali Signs $1.5 B Rail Deal With China Railway Construction Corp

    Mali Signs $1.5 B Rail Deal With China Railway Construction Corp

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    Mali has signed an agreement with China Railway Construction Corp to renovate a rail line linking its capital Bamako to the border with neighbouring Senegal. The rail will cost nearly 2 billion U.S. dollars.The project is part of a plan to upgrade the age

  • 01:22 Chinese FM Promises To Revamp Tazara Railway

    Chinese FM Promises To Revamp Tazara Railway

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    Earlier in Tanzania, the Chinese foreign minister has promised to 'revamp and improve' the famous Tazara railway, and fund projects in infrastructure, education and healthcare. China's foreign direct investment in the country rose by 53% last year, and Ta

  • 02:00 Tanzania Begins Construction Of A 300 Kilometre Railway

    Tanzania Begins Construction Of A 300 Kilometre Railway

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    The Tanzanian President John Magufuli laid the foundation stone for a 300 kilometre railway that will link two of the country's major hubs. He hopes it's the start of a project that will see all of Tanzania's cities linked by rail, with the goal even to b

  • 00:48 Track-laying Begins For Lagos-Ibadan Railway Project

    Track-laying Begins For Lagos-Ibadan Railway Project

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    In Nigeria, tracks are being laid for the Lagos-Ibadan railway line. The ambitious project is managed by the Chinese Civil Engineering and Construction Company. The line links Lagos with Ibadan -- stretching 156 kilometres. It's the first double-track Sta

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