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Cement production is set to increase in East Africa by five to six per cent annually in the next few years. (Image source: momentcaptured1/Flickr)

Cement producer Athi River Mining (ARM) will construct a US$200mn cement plant with a capacity of 2.5mn tonnes in Kitui, Kenya

Lafarge Cement Wapco Plc. said that the need to increase the investment in the country arose from the fact that Nigeria is one of the fastest growing market in cement production. (Image source: Momentcaptured1/Flickr)

Lafarge Cement Wapco PLC has revealed plans to boost cement production in Nigeria by investing an additional US$1.37bn in the next three to four years

RDA is implementing various road infrastructure projects such as maintenance, rehabilitation and construction programmes and is one of the major consumers of cement. (Image source: Moment Captured/Flickr)

The Road Development Agency (RDA) and Ndola Lime have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to facilitate the construction of a cement production plant in Ndola on the Copperbelt for US$400 million

The construction site is near the limestone-rich Maasai plains, which are a major source of cement raw materials in Kajiado county. (Image source: Crystalline Radical/Flickr)

Kenya and East African Portland Cement Company (EAPCC) have announced that another cement factory would come up at Kajiado

Dangote Cement recently announced a US$16bn investment plan to drive its global expansion programme. (Image source: Russavia/Wikimedia Commons)

Africa’s Dangote Cement has announced that it has signed a preliminary joint venture (JV) agreement with an undisclosed firm to expand in the South American market

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