The protracted inquiry into the fatal collapse of the Grayston Drive bridge in Johannesburg is resuming.
Work on the superstructure of the second of two bridges being built over the Benue River in Nigeria started last autumn, and is due for completion in October this year. Micha Petri reports
The independent checking team has been chosen for the temporary works needed to build the Mtentu River Bridge in South Africa.
A municipality in South Africa is considering the installation of steel cages over some of its bridges to prevent rocks being thrown onto vehicles below.
The South African National Roads Agency (Sanral) has launched a new tender process for a major cable-stayed bridge.
The inquiry into the fatal collapse of a bridge in South Africa has been postponed to July 2018 following production of a new report.
The inquiry into the M1 Grayston Bridge collapse in South Africa is resuming after being postponed.
The findings have been published of an investigation carried out into last month’s collapse of the Geldenhuys Pedestrian Bridge.
The South African National Roads Agency (Sanral) has awarded the tender for the 1.1km Mtentu Bridge.
Construction of the Maputo-Katembe Bridge in Mozambique is continuing - see current progress on the site via this drone footage.
Several people narrowly escaped death when a pedestrian bridge fell onto a South African highway yesterday.
Hearings postponed again due to 'technical challenges'
The African Development Bank has approved funding of US$804 million for projects including a 1.4km bridge in Abidjan, the economic capital of Ivory Coast.
A new suspension bridge which will be the biggest in Africa is under construction in Maputo Bay. Bai Pengyu and Jörn Seitz report on progress so far
Tenders have been invited for two major bridges in South Africa which will begin construction next year. Edwin Kruger reports
There are currently only a small number of cable-stayed bridges in the African continent, but the most recent addition sets a new standard for aesthetics. Serge Latallerie, Jacques Ryckaert and Grégory Viel report. Photographs by Serge Latallerie
Volunteers from Arup and Bechtel are partnering with Bridges to Prosperity to build a footbridge so that people in a Rwandan village no longer have to risk their lives crossing the local river on logs.
The inquiry into the collapse of temporary works on the M1/Grayston Drive pedestrian and cyclist bridge construction project in Johannesburg, South Africa is expected to resume today (Thursday) and continue for seven successive days until 15 July.
A new railway line in Algeria passes through an area of maximum earthquake risk. Bassem Ben Hamadi and Charles Cynober explain how protection for the main viaducts was designed
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