Dangote Cement secures mining licence in Tanzania following dispute resolution Tanzania's Ministry of Energy and Minerals provided a 10squarekilometre plot of land to the cement manufacturer to mine coal to fuel its operations.
The commissioning of the Mfila cement plant in Congo Brazzaville comes at a time when total government revenues have plummeted by percent and revenues from the oil sector have fallen percent since 2015 due to a slide in global crude prices.
Africa's largest cement firm, Dangote Cement, could enter the Kenyan and Rwandan market through buying out troubled Athi River Mining (ARM) Cement before midnext year, which will see it control the region's cement market. The buyout, if successful, will supersede the Nigerian cement maker's ...
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Tanzania is in central East Africa and is bordered by Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda, Burundi, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Zambia, Malawi and Mozambique. It has a population of over 40 million with 80% living in rural areas.
Dangote, which has about a 45 percent market share in subSahara Africa with an annual production capacity of 45 million tonnes, has long held interest in venturing into Kenya – with plans underway to build two cement factories by 2021.
Dangote said the cement exported to Kenya is priced at about 74 (Sh7,400) per tonne, making it up to 40 per cent cheaper than locally manufactured brands. The price is expected to incorporate the cost of transporting the cement to Kenya as well as taxes where applicable, while still leaving the company with a .
Dangote's move to import phosphate and potash shows that Nigeria should take mining seriously According to Reuters on Monday, Africa's richest man, Aliko Dangote, said that he plans to buy phosphate from Morocco and potash from Congo Brazzaville in order to feed his planned fertiliser plant in .
Dangote, who is a Nigerian national, explained that corrupt, greedy, bribeseeking politicians in Kenya frustrated his bid to invest in mining and cement making in the country. " Aliko Dangote wanted to establish a plant in Kenya but it was obstructed by the greed of our people.
VENTURES AFRICA – Africa's Richest man Aliko Dangote, has increased the estimated volume of production for his anticipated Kenya cement factory, which is going to shake up the cement market in East Africa and lead to a further stagnation or drop in Price.
Dangote Group has expressed interest in prospecting for limestone in Malindi, 120km northeast of Mombasa. The group plans to explore limestone deposits in Kwachocha, Kijiwetanga Kizingo, Mbaraka Chembe and Mayungu, said Dan Kazungu, Mining Cabinet Secretary.
A frica's leading cement producer Dangote Cement has partnered with ecommerce platform Jumia Nigeria to sell its cement to customers online. The move, the company says is designed to reduce price and ease logistics inherent in the purchase of its products.
Alhaji Aliko Dangote has invested 400million (N80billion) to set up a cement plant in Kenya through East Africa Portland Cement Company. Dangote entered Kitui County's limestone mines through the Kenya's local cement in order to open 400 million, representing billion Kenyan currency in Kitui County, Kenya.
Dangote Cement News ... Aliko Dangote, Africa's richest man, is considering investments in Zimbabwe's cement, power generation and coalmining industries as part of an expansion in the southern African nation. ... REPORTS of people cancelling safari holidays in Kenya and South Africa due to fears of Ebola (over 3,000 miles away in Guinea ...