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MegaProject 1316: China Railway proposing US$2.5 billion Mozambique-Zimbabwe railway

MegaProject 1316: China Railway proposing US$2.5 billion Mozambique-Zimbabwe railway

🕔Aug 17, 2018

The Vice President of China Railway, Shao Gang, has confirmed to state-controlled Radio Mozambique that the company is proposing to construct a rail link between Mozambique and Zimbabwe, to be called the Trans-Zambezi line and estimated to cost US$2.5 billion.

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Essar Ports signs first overseas project in Mozambique

Essar Ports signs first overseas project in Mozambique

🕔Aug 8, 2017

Essar Ports, one of the largest private sector port companies in India, has announced it has signed a contract for its first first overseas port project at Mozambique

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South Africa Infrastructure Fund (SAIF) sells stakes in three toll road assets

South Africa Infrastructure Fund (SAIF) sells stakes in three toll road assets

🕔Jul 6, 2016

African Infrastructure Investment Managers (AIIM) has announced the successful sale of investments in three privately-concessioned toll roads in Southern Africa. Acting as the manager of the South Africa Infrastructure Fund (SAIF), AIIM successfully concluded the transaction on 4 July 2016. This sale represents the largest private equity realization for toll road infrastructure in Africa to date.

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 Essar Ports to invest in Mozambique port concession

Essar Ports to invest in Mozambique port concession

🕔Apr 3, 2014

Indian port operator, Essar Ports, has sought the approval of its shareholders to invest up to US$25 million in a joint venture, which plans to develop a coal terminal at the Beira port in Mozambique.

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Rail and port to be form a single concession in a cross-country project. Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Botswana

Rail and port to be form a single concession in a cross-country project. Mozambique, Zimbabwe and Botswana

🕔Sep 6, 2010

Hello,There is mega rail project under study in Africa. The state-owned rail companies of Botswana and Mozambique are preparing to build an estimated $7-billion transport project that would include one of Africa's longest railways and a deepwater port on the Indian Ocean, south of Maputo. A recent agreement between the two governments calls for the scheme to include private financing, but backing has not yet been secured.Dates:

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