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TSA
02-09-2010, 04:19 AM
you never get to hear about development on the continent

so i'll provide, this is shit digging has already started for. no bs.
i happen to be a civil engineering nerd in a snuggie. CUNTree by CUNTree



Angola.
Angola just came out of decades of civil war and right when that happened they discovered oil. Now the mother fuckers that were unknowns on the continent are hitting the ground running in dubai ass shit.

sq1n72IYnzI
^Novo Sambizanga

sorry the shit's in portugese but the visuals are real.


Camama
http://www.travel.citic.com.cn/iwcm/UserFiles/Content/-42023128291301684832008-07-10.jpg


Corimba Costal Development
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all reel.

EAGLE EYE
02-09-2010, 04:24 AM
this has nothing to do with scrumptious black Israelite j00s


but go on..

TSA
02-09-2010, 04:25 AM
Egypt









Madinaty

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http://www.madinaty.com/newmadinaty/intro.aspx

TSA
02-09-2010, 04:30 AM
OMO NAIJA!



Eco Atlantic
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Ocean Front

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Harbour Lights

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Financial District

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Eko Drive

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Avenues

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Downtown

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and we've already partically completed Abuja which is the capital


Abuja
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TSA
02-09-2010, 04:33 AM
Congo (i guess)

evidentally this is legit, but id, i just have a bias against those pygmys.
i dont see it happening.




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This new township called "City of Congo River," will be built on the marshy site of the Congo River, according to the Minister of Decentralization and Regional Planning, Antipas Mbusa Nyamwisi.

The Minister of Decentralization and Regional Planning, Antipas Mbusa Nyamwisi, has welcomed the implementation of the proposed construction of a 25th township in the city of Kinshasa, called "City of the River Congo, on the marshy site of the Congo River.
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Following a technical preparatory meeting in Kinshasa with several ministries with the Company "Hawkwood Properties, the minister Mbusa Nyamwisi stressed that the project covering 370 hectares, is an ambitious project as a result of the confidence reborn to lead the direction of the country with foreign investors.

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President Joseph Kabila Kabange, he said, demonstrated his total commitment to implement this project through the construction of a modern city in the middle Congo River. The work will consist of bringing an island from marsh.


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Minister Mbusa Nyamwisi also stressed that the project is part of the five initiatives of the Republic and contributes to the development of the city of Kinshasa.

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More Inside Cite du Fleuve Congo. City of River Congo.

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TSA
02-09-2010, 04:35 AM
Algeria


Oran, waterfront development, Cité de la mer, Algeria - U-C

Leading regional developer, Snasco has announced a successive delegation to Algeria, following the latest developments commencing on its Oran waterfront project, with a number of alliance and partnership agreements formed with the Algerian government and other ancillary private sector firms expected to be signed.

The Oran waterfront development is Snasco's first North African project, intended to provide an integrated real estate solution comprising of residential, commercial and retail configurations in a magnificent waterfront district extending on an area of 150,000m2, in proximity to the Conference Palace in Oran City, featured with a magnificent water front of Oran city while the cost amounted to Euro 400m.

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Boughezoul, new capital city project, Algeria - U-C

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Buinan, new town project, Algeria - U-C

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TSA
02-09-2010, 04:37 AM
Alger Medina, waterfront development, Algeria - U-C

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From abdeka ssc algeria

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Sativahhh
02-09-2010, 06:09 AM
umm. el chad??

LORD NOSE
02-09-2010, 07:43 AM
does crack and liquor stores on every corner come with that ?

metropolis

everywhere




the slaves they'll need to maintain those cities

TeknicelStylez
02-09-2010, 09:50 AM
Don't forget the chicken shacks and pawn shops

whitey
02-09-2010, 10:44 AM
when those drawings become real pictures update accordingly.

Uncle Steezo
02-09-2010, 11:08 AM
Black Americans


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TSA
02-09-2010, 12:41 PM
ok dude.
umm. el chad??
nah bruh, them niggas is doomed elhoel!
when those drawings become real pictures update accordingly.
a lot of them have become real pics but they're just giant holes in the ground and i didn't feel the need of fishing through a finding the pictures.
but with the inspiration of dubai a lot of the oil boom states in africa are building their own ultra modern cities.


Nigeria has already built Abuja, the capital city, from scratch and the place is beautiful and fully modern


the current governor of lagos has already turned lagos from one of the worst cities in the world to one of the best in africa and soon to be on of the cleanest and most developed in the world as a part of his lagos megacity plan.


africans all over the continent are tired of the bullshit that mainly came from our governments. i can't give too much detail on the developements in the other countries but nigerias i can
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^here's cnn reporting on the developments in the country.
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This youtube vid has more of the developments continent wide

RADIOACTIVE MAN
02-09-2010, 12:41 PM
those are some real nice designs,cant wait to see em come to reality

TSA
02-09-2010, 12:44 PM
a sudanese guy that lived in egypt told me after the egyptians saw abuja they began building their own cities, the rest of the arab countries followed then the before you know it everyone with the resources was taking a stab at it.

RADIOACTIVE MAN
02-09-2010, 12:46 PM
yea i cant lie,even back then Nigeria was beasting em,this could have been a reality long ago if not for our so called corrupt west african leaderships for real

TSA
02-09-2010, 12:58 PM
They are also taking ques from hong kong and singapore with the free trade zones. a lot of developments like this are happening in asia as well, i believe that these type of cities are the way of the future.


but other side of cities there's other developments


Movies
Nigeria's Nollywood movie industry is now the second largest in the world. But with this title, nigerians could no longer make excuses for the inferior quality of movies coming out. also, there's now heat from Ghana with their movie industry quickly climbing in popularity and superior quality (they also have nude scenes which is making them bank right now n nigerians could never pull that off). PLUS the recession as dropped movie sales dramatically

the result is that instead of maked 40 movies in a 2 month period, nigerian producers are saving their move and making bigger better hollywood quality movies in 2010.

pbtcwK_KQ4o
JBmbd2-7zAI

they're a long ways from blue ppl getting sonned in 3d, but at the same time a longer way from where they started in only 2000 wheer you could hardly see the picture or hear the dialouge and gunshots were ppl throwing black cats at each othre.

Olive Oil Goombah
02-09-2010, 01:04 PM
The old saying is that getting to the top is the easy part.

Its staying there....that is when it starts to get difficult.



These super city's are pretty amazing to me.



Just how they design the whole thing.



I wonder how much will actually be finished in all of these designs...which phases wont make it etc.

Its funny to see these weird looking skyscrapers in the middle of the desert...one day there is nothing, the next, you have huge cities.


Like in China.

TSA
02-09-2010, 01:06 PM
yea i cant lie,even back then Nigeria was beasting em,this could have been a reality long ago if not for our so called corrupt west african leaderships for real
no lie. Nigeria is a federation so the development is ome states aint the same as others. You go to Lagos, Ogun state, Rivers, Delta, and Cross rivers you'll swear the country has come a long ways, but if you go to Benin you'll remember you're in africa and the difference is the corrupt of each governor, with benins being illiterate level greedy and the others taking their job seriously. They say had nigerian not squandered so much time and money it would be on par with Russia today.



the situation has waken up nigerians competitive " your mates are building megacities and you are here in the village eating my bread" mentality and citizens are taking to the streets against corrupt governors.

the Benin state governor lost his re-election this year after winning for decades with corrupt practices.



Also at the forefront on battling corruption is the efcc, an organization that full blown thief obasanjo founded.
they have been arrest politicians and bankers left and right, and i am now convinced they're fa-reelz cause OBJ's own daughter is on trail lol

RADIOACTIVE MAN
02-09-2010, 01:07 PM
They are also taking ques from hong kong and singapore with the free trade zones. a lot of developments like this are happening in asia as well, i believe that these type of cities are the way of the future.


but other side of cities there's other developments


Movies
Nigeria's Nollywood movie industry is now the second largest in the world. But with this title, nigerians could no longer make excuses for the inferior quality of movies coming out. also, there's now heat from Ghana with their movie industry quickly climbing in popularity and superior quality (they also have nude scenes which is making them bank right now n nigerians could never pull that off). PLUS the recession as dropped movie sales dramatically

the result is that instead of maked 40 movies in a 2 month period, nigerian producers are saving their move and making bigger better hollywood quality movies in 2010.

pbtcwK_KQ4o
JBmbd2-7zAI

they're a long ways from blue ppl getting sonned in 3d, but at the same time a longer way from where they started in only 2000 wheer you could hardly see the picture or hear the dialouge and gunshots were ppl throwing black cats at each othre.

word,agreed,..u know nollywood is kicking ass when i got a whole closet of them joints,they a good watch yo haha,makes me miss the good ol africn shenanigans:king:

RADIOACTIVE MAN
02-09-2010, 01:11 PM
The old saying is that getting to the top is the easy part.

Its staying there....that is when it starts to get difficult.



These super city's are pretty amazing to me.



Just how they design the whole thing.



I wonder how much will actually be finished in all of these designs...which phases wont make it etc.

Its funny to see these weird looking skyscrapers in the middle of the desert...one day there is nothing, the next, you have huge cities.


Like in China.

thats true..crazyness^O^

TSA
02-11-2010, 04:15 AM
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In the midst of the financial and economic crisis, a South African based Property and Leisure company listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) is set to commence construction activity on a N105bn (US$676m or R5.13bn) development that will include an 18- hole golf course, a 5-star hotel and 420 villas along Tarkwa Bay in Lagos.
The company hopes to convert some of its existing debt to equity through a US$33m Rights Issue in October 2009.

This Lagos Keys project is expected to compliment the Eko Atlantic City project – a N405bn project on a 8km2 reclaimed land along the Bar beach, Victoria Island ( a Public Private Partnership initiative).
The launching of this project at a time like this confirms the attractiveness of the Nigerian real estate market.

Alitheiaca Capital has advised the PPGL to ensure that the land rights issues are proactively resolved to avoid the kind of tussle on the Banana Island. “Critical areas of dispute such as development control and physical planning should also be resolved ahead of the commencement of sale.”added Alitheiaca.

Meanwhile, the company’s financial adviser, Goldbanc Management Associates (GMA)Limited had disclosed to newsmen in Lagos that Pinnacle is awaiting approval from the regulatory bodies in the Nigerian capital market to float a rights issue which will commence by October31, 2009.

Speaking at a press briefing, Chief Operating Officer, Goldbanc Management Associates Limited, Mr. Kayode Tijani said, “ Pinnacle Point Group Limited would be issuing a total of R250 million Rights (about N4.750bn) , out of which R150 million (N2.850bn) has been picked up by ABSA, a major investor in South Africa , while the remaining R100 million (about N1.9billion) is to be issued to both existing and new investors.
He explained that the rights issue being issued by Pinnacle is unique in the sense that both existing and new investors can partake in the offer.

Tijani, explained that the proceeds from the rights issue would be used to undertake the Lagos Mega City projects, in which Pinnacle Group has been appointed as the major property developer.

According to him, “ Because the company is listed in both Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) and Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE), both existing shareholders and prospective shareholders can participate in the offering. This is so because in JSE, the regulation allows for both existing and prospective investors to partake in rights issue. So we are using that leverage to allow our Nigerian investors who are not shareholders to buy into the company.”

He further noted that the rights issue can be bought on the floors of the NSE, adding, “ Where an investor could not buy from the floors of the Exchange. The investor could approach GMA to get the rights issue.

According to him, “ 10 per cent of the company’s shares are held by Nigerians and the rights are domiciled in South Africa for now. Because of the dual listing of the companies’ shares , both existing and new investor can still partake in the offering as Nigerians are free to buy from either of the Exchanges. We, the financial adviser will help Nigerians who are not yet shareholders to partake in the rights. Even the Lagos State Government has stake in the company as the owners of the areas to be used in building the estates would be provided with job employment and made to own shares in the company.”

Continuing , he noted , “ Existing voting pool agreement between major shareholders is to be cancelled, while existing loan from GMA of US$5 million must be converted to equity at same price as rights issue. Also, ABSA will furthermore convert existing debt of R70 million (about N1.330bn) to share capital at rights issue price.
In his own speech, Mr. Hennie Pretorius, Chief Executive Offer, Pinnacle Point Group Limited, said the company specialises in obtaining rights to develop vacant land and land development.

“ We focus on residential and leisure developments. Features of developments are family living, lifestyle, sports, golf, security and hotels. Our current business units comprise: Property development which is further subdivided into; leisure resort developments, Residential developments, Retirement developments, golf course ownership and management. All these are what we are going to provide in the Lagos mega city, including the building of Badagry Pyramid that will serve as a source of power” he stated.

EAGLE EYE
02-11-2010, 04:21 AM
Pleasah D you go wayyyy to hard with the photogame. My browser cache is lookin' like a failed liver.



4 photos is enough to get the message across. All this crazy development in these rural areas is pretty insane and cool to watch, but its just a mattter of making these places sustainable with jobs, diverse markets and growth.

I think some of these places need two decades to be aged (like batches of whisky) before the the explosive growth occurs.


It's like breaking in a new pair of OX BLOOD LEATHER KICKS dunn.

diggy
02-11-2010, 04:39 AM
Fucking up is a thing that happens a lot in Africa consistently over centuries, so I'm not too optimistic.

TSA
02-11-2010, 11:30 AM
Pleasah D you go wayyyy to hard with the photogame. My browser cache is lookin' like a failed liver.



4 photos is enough to get the message across. All this crazy development in these rural areas is pretty insane and cool to watch, but its just a mattter of making these places sustainable with jobs, diverse markets and growth.

I think some of these places need two decades to be aged (like batches of whisky) before the the explosive growth occurs.


It's like breaking in a new pair of OX BLOOD LEATHER KICKS dunn.
my bad on the pics, i just copy and paste them from another forum that reports these THINGS. but nigeria is already set to become the fastest growing construction market in the world
source
http://allafrica.com/stories/200911130010.html
http://www.conduitgroup.com.au/stories/construction/news/China_construction_to_overtake_US.php

and the CHINESE and southafricans are really capitalizing on this development. for nigerias population, its severly under stocked when it comes to infrustructure so this is a coming of age situation were the country is starting to look like what it should have looked like a long time ago. There's also an investment boom. Telecommunications grew 500% in a year cause everyone has always been able to afford phones but nobody was providing phone services. anyone invested in that shit became a multimillionaire overnite and the bubble has slowed but is yet to burst. Same with banking, everyone has always needed a bank expecially cause in a culture like the IGBOS starting a business is a god damn right of passage basically but outside of major cities there wasn't one till recently.



the capital city, abuja, is in phase 2 of a 5 phase master plan that's supposed to take decades and its a 100% man made and planned city that now has an est. population of 700,000 and looks amazing, but the city still looks under manned and 'small' so i see what you mean

Olive Oil Goombah
02-11-2010, 12:10 PM
i cant help but thing somebody is biting off more than they can chew tho.

i wonder who it will be

TSA
02-11-2010, 12:12 PM
Nigeria makes more oil money then UAE, who bit off more then they can chew, and most of these properties aren't built by the government, not even Eco atlantic, so no , i dont think so, but you never know, if the banking sector in nigeria has a major slow down and credit crunch it'll be trouble.

Ghost In The 'Lac
02-11-2010, 12:14 PM
nigeria looks like crap LOLLLLLL

niggas lookin like they ordered their country plans out of home catalogue and shit HAHAHAHAAhhahaahahaahahh

Olive Oil Goombah
02-11-2010, 12:29 PM
Nigeria makes more oil money then UAE, who bit off more then they can chew, and most of these properties aren't built by the government, not even Eco atlantic, so no , i dont think so, but you never know, if the banking sector in nigeria has a major slow down and credit crunch it'll be trouble.


well thats what I mean...I'm not saying its going to happen, but if you look at things that have gone on around here.

My uncle had a dump truck business in Glendale, Arizona and they were BOOMING a few years ago, he was banking.....then all of a sudden the economic took a little bit of a shit and he slowed down to NOTHING.

SOld his business, almost lost his house, luckily he just found work.


The littlest of blips can fuck up alot of shit when it comes to construction.

yonder
02-11-2010, 04:10 PM
time for us to immigrate your countries instead of the other way around.

looking real nice=)

V4D3R
02-11-2010, 04:22 PM
There's the military industrial complex, and there's also the civil industrial complex.