Tag Archives: Kigamboni Bridge

John Magufuli Inaugurates Kigamboni Bridge

Kigamboni – Tanzanian President John Magufuli inaugurated earlier today the longest cable-stay bridge in East Africa in Kigamboni. The bridge took about four years to complete. It is 680 meters long and is build up with the internal funds under Public Private Partnership (PPP). The government contributed 40 percent of the expenses while National Social Security Fund (NSSF) arranged the ...

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Passers-by bother bridge builders

Construction of the 680- metre Kigamboni Bridge has been extended to July 2015 following a number of unforeseen challenges that afflict the project. The Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Works, Eng. Mussa Iyombe (third right) listens to Eng. Karim Mataka of NSSF (second right) who gives...

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Kigamboni Bridge work well underway

Construction of the 680-metre Kigamboni Bridge in Dar es Salaam is on course with one pylon already completed, it has been learnt. Kigamboni Bridge in Dar es Salaam Concern has, however, ...

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Tanzania’s economy on the move at 6.7pc

Despite the less significant productivity in some areas of the economy, the country’s quarterly economic review has shown an increase of 6.7 per cent in the second quarter of 2013 compared to the 6.4 per cent recorded in ...

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Magufuli for 24-hour Dar es Salaam rapid transit work tempo

The Minister for Works, Dr John Magufuli, has directed Strabag International GmbH Company to carry out day-and-night construction of...

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JK urges Dr Magufuli to enforce laws effectively

Tanzania’s President, Dr Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete has urged Minister for Works, Dr John Pombe Magufuli to continue implementing different road projects as planned by the government without any fear. President Kikwete spoke that yesterday as he was launching the construction of 64 Kilometers Bagamoyo-Msata Road constructed by Estim Construction which until its competition will cost Tsh 94 Bil. Kikwete said ...

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Minister insists: We must improve Dar City road traffic

The Deputy Minister for Works, Grayson Lwenge has said the government continues with effective efforts of ensuring Dar es Salaam City ends the ongoing road traffic. Speaking in Dar es Salaam yesterday during his visit in different road projects implemented, Lwenge said the completion of roads constructed will help the city to improve transport services. “Although our fellow Tanzanians have ...

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