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AFRICA'S PRIORITY PROGRAMMME AND PROJECTS DETAIL

African Partnership Forum
04-05 October 2005

At this Africa Partnership Forum, held in Westminster, London, as part of the Chatham House G8 stakeholder engagement project, Africa's priority projects and budgets were submitted and discussed with a common objective including:
Who needs to do what to ensure delivery of the Gleneagles Joint Plan of Action?
How can civil society best contribute to this process?

These project and budgets provide some interesting reading!

The total budget proposed for development projects in Africa amount to a staggering US$108,710,500,000.00

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SUMMARY TABLE OF AFRICA'S PRIORITY PROGRAMME AND PROJECT DETAIL/NEEDS
PRIORITY PROGRAMMES
RESOURCES REQUIRED US$
AFRICAN COMMITMENT US$
KEY ACTORS
INDICATORS
TRACKING MECHANISM

INFRASTRUCTURE PRIORITY PROGRAMMES
ENERGY SECTOR

Grand Inga Hydropower Project and Inga III
(DRC and Continental)
Status: Pre-investment stage
US$ 50 000 million
US$ 10 million from ADB
DRC Government
Defined project milestones
ADB, AU/NEPAD
WESTCOR Project Transmission.
(DRC, Angola, Namibia, Botswana, South Africa)
US$ 6 000 million
US$ 500,000 from the utilities of the countries involved
Utilities of the countries involved - AU/NEPAD, SADC
Defined project milestones
ADB, AU/NEPAD
Southern African Power Market
(DRC-Zambia, Malawi-Mozambique)
US$ 105 million
N/A
SADC member states
AU/NEPAD
Defined project milestones
ADB, AU/NEPAD
West African Power Pool
Electricity Interconnections
(Nigeria Togo Benin Burkina Faso Ivory Coast Ghana Mali)
US$ 300 million
Secured US$18.59 million from ADB
US$33.21 million from World Bank
ECOWAS
AU/NEPAD
Defined project milestones
ADB, AU/NEPAD
Northern Corridor Oil Pipeline
(Kenya Uganda)
US$ 110 million
N/A
EAC
AU/NEPAD
Defined project milestones
ADB, AU/NEPAD
Sub-Regional Electricity Interconnection Project in ECCAS Region
US$ 4 million
N/A
ECCAS
AU/NEPAD
Defined project milestones
ADB, AU/NEPAD

INFRASTRUCTURE PRIORITY PROGRAMMES
WATER AND SANITATION SECTOR

Trans-boundary Water Resources Management Program

Water Resources Planning and Management in the Nile River Basin
(Burundi DRC Egypt Eritrea Ethiopia Kenya Rwanda Sudan Tanzania Uganda)
US$ 163 million
N/A
Nile Basin Initiative
Cooperating Partners
RECs
AU/NEPAD
Defined project milestones
ADB, AU/NEPAD
Senegal River Basin
(Guinea Mali Mauritania Senegal)
US$ 120 million
N/A
OMVS; ECOWAS; UMA
cooperating partners
AU/ NEPAD
Defined project milestones
ADB, AU/NEPAD

INFRASTRUCTURE PRIORITY PROGRAMMES
TRANSPORT SECTOR

SPATIAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME
Sustainable provision of roads, railways and ports.
(All regions)
US$ 1 000 million
N/A
REC's
ADB
AU/ NEPAD
Kilometers of roads and railways built or rehabilitated
ADB, AU/NEPAD
ROAD TRANSPORT
East Africa Road Network Program (EARNP)
comprising five road transport corridors (7,568KM) in EAC.
Northern Corridor; Central Corridor; plus three other corridors.
(Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania and Rwanda)
US$ 4 000 million
Secured:
US $1.5million
per annum
EAC
SADC
AU/ NEPAD
Kilometers of roads built or rehabilitated
ADB, AU/NEPAD
ROAD TRANSPORT
Northern Africa Road network program
(Maghreb Highway Project & Mauritania Road Network)
US$ 250 million
N/A
UMA
ADB
AU/ NEPAD
Kilometers of roads built or rehabilitated
ADB, AU/NEPAD
ROAD TRANSPORT
Central Africa Road Transport Program
Rail/Road Bridge between Kinshasa and Brazzaville (ECCAS)
US$ 500 million
N/A
ECCAS
AU/ NEPAD
Kilometers of roads and railways built or rehabilitated
N/A
ROAD TRANSPORT
ECOWAS Road Network Programme:
Kati-Kita (Mali) – Saraya (Senegal) 345 km upgrading
Mumfe-Ekok (Cameroon) – Abakaliki (Enugu, Nigeria) 161 km upgrading in Cameroon and rehabilitation in Nigeria
US$ 500 million
N/A
ECOWAS
AU/ NEPAD
Kilometers of roads built or rehabilitated
ADB, AU/NEPAD
RAILWAY TRANSPORT
Rehabilitation of Angolan Railways – The Lobito Corridor
US$ 300 million
N/A
SADC
AU/ NEPAD
Kilometers of railways built or rehabilitated
ADB, AU/NEPAD
AIR TRANSPORT
Yamoussoukro Decision (YD) Implementation Program (Continent-wide)
US$ 400 million
N/A
REC's
AU/ NEPAD
Number of countries fully compliant with Yamoussoukro Decision provisions
ADB, AU/NEPAD
MARITIME TRANSPORT
Rehabilitation of Angolan Ports:
(Lobito, Namibe, Cabinda and Luanda)
US$ 500 million
N/A
SADC
AU/ NEPAD
Amount of investment in the ports.
ADB, AU/NEPAD

SUMMARY TABLE OF AFRICA'S PRIORITY PROGRAMME AND PROJECT DETAIL/NEEDS
PRIORITY PROGRAMMES
RESOURCES REQUIRED US$
AFRICAN COMMITMENT US$
KEY ACTORS
INDICATORS
TRACKING MECHANISM

ICT PRIORITY PROGRAMMES
(Information Communication & Telecommunication)
NEPAD e-Schools

DEMO
BUSINESS PLANS
NATIONAL IMPLEMENTING AGENCIES
SATELLITE CONNECTIVETY
PROJECT ROLL OUT PREPARATIONS
TOTAL:
US$ 52 million


US$ 17million
US$ 1 million
US$ 20 million
US$ 4 million
US$ 10 million
US$ 15 million
Committed by Private Sector for DEMO
Participating Schools; Governments;
Private sector consortia
(HP Microsoft Oracle-Cisco AMD)
Development partners including: CSIR ITU COL InfoDev ITU ADB WHO UNDP AU/NEPAD
Number of primary and secondary NEPAD e-schools per Annum;
Number of trained teachers to support NEPAD e-schools;
Number of trained technical support staff and health professionals to support NEPAD e-schools
Commonwealth of Learning
InfoDev
AU/NEPAD
ICT Broadband Infrastructure Programme

East African Submarine Cable System (EASSy)
Cable Stations
Project Preparations:
(including EASSy, ICT Broadband Connectivity in Eastern & Southern Africa and Central, West and North Africa)
TOTAL:
US$ 280 million


US$ 200 million
US$ 50 million
US$ 30 million




EASSY MoU Parties pledged US$ 205 million for the EASSy Project
African Governments,
REC,
Licensed gateway operators who have signed the EASSy MoU,
Telcos operators
Project initiators such as COMTEL, SRII, INTELCOM II, COM7, Infinity,
Development partners including WBG, IFD, AFD, ADB, NEPAD
Number of countries connected to ICT broadband infrastructure

Number of open access network
AU/NEPAD
projects owners
Development partners
REC's
Government involved in the project

AGRICULTURE PRIORITY PROGRAMMES
Sustainable Land Management & Reliable Water Control program
(SADC ECOWAS COMESA ECASS AMU)
Total
US$ 12,100 million

US$ 3,757 million
for ready bankable projects
Allocation of minimum 10% of national budgets to agriculture
Farmers, Agribusiness, NGOs, Government, REC's, AU/NEPAD, Development partners
Increase in land under cultivation
Progress in project preparation in the regions at least one by Dec 06 - 2005
AU/NEPAD
REC's
national government
Increased Food Supply & Hunger Reduction Program
(ECOWAS ECASS SADC COMESA IGAD AMU)
Total
US$ 13,400 million

US$ 1,156 million
for ready bankable projects
N/A
Farmers, Agribusiness, NGOs, Government, REC's, AU/NEPAD, Development partners
Level of Food Security
AU/NEPAD
REC's
national government
Program for Improved Research, Technology Dissemination & Adoption.
Projects include NERICA, Cassava and other staples in all RECs and support to NARS and SROs
Total
US$ 900 million

US$ 261 million
for ready bankable projects
N/A
Farmers, Agribusiness, NGOs, Government, REC's, AU/NEPAD, Development partners
Defined Project Milestones
AU/NEPAD
REC's
Sub regional & national agriculture research Institutions

SUMMARY TABLE OF AFRICA'S PRIORITY PROGRAMME AND PROJECT DETAIL/NEEDS
PRIORITY PROGRAMMES
RESOURCES REQUIRED US$
AFRICAN COMMITMENT US$
KEY ACTORS
INDICATORS
TRACKING MECHANISM

HEALTH PRIORITY PROGRAMMES
AU/NEPAD Program For Foundation Building Projects For Functional Health Systems
(Continent wide)
US$ 3 000 million
over 5 years
(85% to countries against their choices and plans - 15% for support)
Commitment to allocate 15% of Public Budget to Health
Health AU/NEPAD, WHO Afro, RECs, World Bank, development partners, African Institutions and trans African Organisations
Funding mobilised and available
Number of countries with agreed projects
Improvement in key health system performance indicators
AU/NEPAD
WHO
World Bank
Global Fund to Fight AIDS, TB and Malaria
US$ 3 500 million
over 5 years
N/A
National AIDS Commissions, African health ministries, AU/NEPAD, UNAIDS, Roll back Malaria, STOP TB, WHO, UNICEF, development partners RECs, WHO Afro
Reduced AIDS deaths and new infections especially in women and teenagers
Availability of condom TB treatment completion
Availability of artemisinin drugs
AU/NEPAD
WHO
UNAIDS
Long lasting Insecticide treated nets
US$ 250 million
over 3 years
N/A
National AIDS Commissions, African health ministries, AU/NEPAD, UNAIDS, Roll back Malaria, STOP TB, WHO, UNICEF, development partners RECs, WHO Afro
Reduction in malaria mortality;
Net(s) availability and use
N/A
REC AIDS Projects: ECCAS, SADC, ECOWAS
US$ 100million
over 5 years
N/A
National AIDS Commissions, African health ministries, AU/NEPAD, UNAIDS, Roll back Malaria, STOP TB, UNICEF, development partners RECs, WHO Afro
Increase in ART use and adherence
Changes in KABP
Projects successfully implemented
N/A
Program of the African human resources for health platform
US$ 1000 million
per annum for non-salary aspects of HRH crisis
N/A
AU/NEPAD, WHO Afro, ACOHSED, African governments, civil society, academia, ACBF, development partners
Training outputs
Retention and staff morale
Increasing staff based on motivations surveys
Changes in migration flows
Changes in conditions of service
WHO
IOM
AU/NEPAD

EDUCATION PRIORITY PROGRAMMES
Open and Distance Learning for Teacher Training and Development Program
Pilot: Angola, DRC and Mozambique
(Continent wide)
US$ 3 000 million
per annum
US$ 2.5 million
next 18 months
AU/ NEPAD, Ministries of Education, AVU, AAU, COL, REC’s, African Governments, ACU, ACCU
Number of teachers enrolled and graduating
Improvement in teaching performance
Number of students enrolling and graduating
EFA Monitoring Group/AU/NEPAD
RECs,
AU/NEPAD,
APRM,
National Governments
Program to Promote the Teaching and Learning of science, mathematics, technology
(Continent wide; Pilot in 17 countries)
US$ 2 000 million
per annum
for the next three years
US$ 600,000.00
for project preparation
US$ 1 million in
Land and buildings
AU/NEPAD,
REC's,
African Governments
Number of teachers enrolled and graduating
Improvement in teaching performance
Number of students enrolling and graduating
Rate of graduate absorption into the market
RECs,
AU/NEPAD,
APRM,
National Governments
Program for the Renewal of African universities and higher education (polytechnics and colleges of education) institutions and establishment of networks of centres of excellence
(Continent wide)
US$ 700 million
per annum
for the next three years
US$ 1,5 million
for project preparation
N/A
AU/NEPAD, AAU, AVU, ACU, ACCU, African governments
Number of enrollment in the institutions of higher education
Rate of graduate absorption into the market
Quality of instruction and graduates
Number of centres of excellence
RECs,
AU/NEPAD,
APRM,
National Governments

SUMMARY TABLE OF AFRICA'S PRIORITY PROGRAMME AND PROJECT DETAIL/NEEDS
PRIORITY PROGRAMMES
RESOURCES REQUIRED US$
AFRICAN COMMITMENT US$
KEY ACTORS
INDICATORS
TRACKING MECHANISM

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY PRIORITY PROGRAMMES
Biodiversity, Biotechnology and Indigenous Knowledge
Continent wide
US$ 50 million
Training & Development
N/A
AMCOST, G8 Ministers of S&T, Private Sector
Number of trained conservation scientists and technicians
Improvement in R&D infrastructure
Bureau of AMCOST
(AU/NEPAD)
Energy, Water and Desertification
Continent wide
Total:
US$ 68 million


Energy Base
US$ 15 million
Water
US$ 45 million
Drought and Desertification
US$ 8 million
N/A
AMCOST, G8 Ministers of S&T, Private Sector
Range of energy sources
Quality and quantity of water available
Bureau of AMCOST
(AU/NEPAD)
Material Sciences, Manufacturing, Laser and Post-Harvest
Continent wide
Total:
US$ 9.5 million


Material Sciences
US$ 4,5 million
Engineering Capacity for Manufacturing
US$ 2,5 million
Post Harvest Food Loss
US$ 2,5 million
N/A
AMCOST, G8 Ministers of S&T, Private Sector
Value added to Africa’s biodiversity
Bureau of AMCOST
(AU/NEPAD)

TRADE AND INVESTMENT PRIORITY PROGRAMMES
Investment Climate Facility
US$ 550 million
US$ 92 Billion from Private Sector
AU/NEPAD, REC's, ICF, Private Sector, G8, OECD countries
Resources mobilized
Improvement in policies, legislation and regulations for investment
Stronger financial markets and integrated capital markets
AU/NEPAD
REC's
APF
Africa Productive Capacity Initiative:
Implementation of Sub-Regional Capacity Program (Eastern, Central, Northern, Southern and Western Africa)
US$ 1,550 million
N/A
Conference of African Ministers of Industry (CAMI)
AU/NEPAD/REC's
Defined Project Milestones
CAMI
AU/NEPAD

ENVIRONMENT PRIORITY PROGRAMMES
Congo Basin Convergence Plan on Forests
US$ 20 million
N/A
NEPAD
Central African Countries
UNEP/GEF
Defined Project Indicators
AU/NEPAD
COMIFAC Secretariat
Governments
Genetic Resources (GR) and Non-Timber Forest Products (NTFP)
US$ 5 million
N/A
AU/NEPAD, RECs, UNEP/GEF, ICRAF, research institutes, National governments
Defined Project Milestones
AU/NEPAD
REC's, ICRAF
National Governments
Africa Wide Human and Resource Capacity Building Program for Adaptation and Mitigation
US$ 10 million
N/A
NEPAD, REC's, ICRAF, UNEP/GEF, Research Institutes, National Governments
Defined Project Milestones
REC's, ICRAF
National Governments

SUMMARY TABLE OF AFRICA'S PRIORITY PROGRAMME AND PROJECT DETAIL/NEEDS
PRIORITY PROGRAMMES
RESOURCES REQUIRED US$
AFRICAN COMMITMENT US$
KEY ACTORS
INDICATORS
TRACKING MECHANISM

PEACE AND SECURITY PRIORITY PROGRAMMES
Continental Peace and Security Architecture
US$ 20 million
for 3 years
The PSC Protocol
AU/NEPAD, REC's,
African Governments
CSOs, EU, NATO
A fully functional PSC Secretariat
Members for the Panel of the Wise appointed
AU/NEPAD, REC's
African Governments
African Standby Force (ASF)

Military Staff Committee (MSC)
US$ 1 000 million
for 3 years

US$ 40 million
for 5 years
N/A
AU/NEPAD, REC's,
African Governments
CSOs, EU, NATO
Defined Project Milestones
AU/NEPAD, REC's
African Governments
African Peace Support Operation Facility
US$ 1 000 million
for 3 years
US$ 60 million seed money from member states
AU/NEPAD, REC's,
African Governments
CSOs, Development Partners, NATO
Capacity to carry out peace keeping operations in Darfur, DRC and Somali
AU/NEPAD, REC's
African Governments
Continental Early Warning System (CEWS) for Conflict Prevention
US$ 40 million
for 5 years
N/A
AU/NEPAD, REC's,
African Governments
CSOs, Development Partners
AU and RECs Situation Rooms updated
Early Warning data
Early Response Mechanisms
AU/NEPAD, REC's
African Governments
Post-Conflict Reconstruction and Development
US$ 50 million
for 3 years
N/A
AU/NEPAD, REC's,
African Governments
CSOs, Development Partners
Defined project milestones
AU/NEPAD, REC's
African Governments
Management of Natural resources in Zones of Conflict
US$ 10 million
for 3 years
N/A
AU/NEPAD, REC's,
African Governments
CSOs, Development Partners
Minimum standards for the management of natural resources in zones of conflict
AU/NEPAD, REC's
African Governments,
Private Sector
Combating:
Anti personnel landmine;
SALW;
Preventing and combating terrorism
Total: US$ 50 million
US$20 million
US$20 million
US$ 10 million
Commitments defined in the Kempton Park Plan of Action(1997);
OAU Convention and its Protocol(1999)l;
Bamako Declaration of 2000;
AU Declaration on Landmines
AU Centre for the Study and Research on Terrorism (ACSRT) Algiers:
US$2 million seed money
AU/NEPAD, REC's,
African Governments
CSOs, Development Partners
Defined project milestones
AU/NEPAD, REC's
African Governments,

GOVERNANCE PRIORITY PROGRAMMES
AU/NEPAD Capacity Building Program on Governance and Public Administration
US$ 8 million
Per Annum
N/A
Governments, REC's, AMDIN, AU/NEPAD
Number of countries participating in the program
Improvement in public institutional capacity and governance systems
AU/NEPAD, APRM
Promoting Transparency and Tackling corruption across Africa
US$ 9 million
N/A
AU/NEPAD, National Anticorruption Commissions, National and Pan African Parliaments Members States, Local Communities, International partners
Ratification of Convention,
Judicial cooperation protocols,
Advisory Board on corruption
Establishment of National Anti-Corruption Commissions
Participatory process in budget formulation
Dynamic public-private partnerships
AU/NEPAD, National Anticorruption, Commissions, Parliament

GENDER AND CROSS-CUTTING ISSUES

Women constitute over 52 % of the Africa population and contribute significantly to the development of the continent. They remain the backbone of the agricultural sector, key players in the service industry, undisputed drivers of the informal sector and home economy. However, they rarely enjoy access to basic services, equal opportunities and are often excluded from the decision making processes.

In recognition of their role and the constraints facing women, the African leaders have through Articles 4(1) of the Constitutive Act of the African Union (2000) adopted a gender parity principle.

Further through the adoption of the Protocol to the African Charter on Human and People’s Rights on the Rights of Women in Africa and the signing of the Solemn Declaration on Gender Equality the Heads of States have demonstrated political commitment to gender equality at the highest level.

Articles of the Statute of the AUC and NEPAD’s foundation document makes a clear call for a gender agenda in the work of the AU and NEPAD centrally anchoring gender within the policy framework of NEPAD. Indeed, one of the two goals of NEPAD is specifically devoted to the empowerment of women. In this regard, all the organs of the AU including the African Union Commission (AUC) and NEPAD have to ensure that the gender is mainstreamed institutionally.

In order for AUC/NEPAD to close the existing gender gaps and address the widespread gender disparities, it needs US $ 30 million per annum for five years towards institutional capacity building, technical expertise and funding of special interventions addressing the existing barriers, closing disparities and the gender gap.

This will support gender mainstreaming and the implementation of the Beijing POA at the national level as well as build capacities linked to project implementation and interventions that address gender based marginalization through social exclusion, vulnerability and for orphaned children.


COMMENTS RECEIVED

25 October 2005
Top of the day to you Peter,
I would like to say welldone for the good work you are doing.
Please help fashion out a mechanism that would facilitate the involvement of African private sector in these projects.
It is only when African enterprises are strategically integrated into the implementation of these projects that their real values would be realised.
Best Regards,
Ibrahim Salau
Environmental Accord Nigeria Limited
Nigeria

24 October 2005
Thank You
I work in Project Finance at Standard Bank.
I think that Standard Bank may be keen on financing some of these project that were listed.
Also, I know of a few businesses/businessmen that may be keen on supply contracts to these projects
Regards
Neville
Neville Munien
Project Finance
Standard Bank
South Africa

23 October 2005
Dear Peter:
Hope this finds you well, and thanks for your feedback to my last week email comment/request for more contact info for AFRICA'S PRIORITY PROGRAMME - PROJECT DETAIL 2005 listed projects for "small/medium size private international companies (like ours).
Sadly, too much of African economic development is still focused on Government and/or ADB/etc run/funded projects, and while such institutions have a role to play, no meaningful development can occur until a vibrant private sector and middle class forms.
There should be legislation mandating "small business participation in all contracts", so that each large entity has to actively work on creating an ecosystem of Tier I/II/III suppliers in the SME community, creating opportunities for tech transfer, apprenticeships, etc etc.
But I know I'm "preaching to the choir" here. We'll keep doing what we can!!
Blessings.
Alex
(Prof) Alex Dely
TTT Inc Holding Group
USA

21 October 2005
Dear Peter,
Thank you very much for that useful information, I am sure that i might be able to get the funding for the Incubation Centre.
Please keep on informing us about the funds available for our projects as we could not get much from these ends.
Sarah
Sarah Kiyingi KAWEESA
Human Capital Consultancy Ltd / SRC Skills Resource Centre
Uganda

20 October 2005
Dear sir !
I have read through the above programm and projects for Africa.
Such plans are always wellcome and I thank those who have made them possible. What I miss are environmental programms for Africa, (land scapping sites, eco-sites, parks, gardens, tree planting along our streets coast, Hyieginic standarts, etc.)
Apart from this, a programm to secure adequate food production and protection for all regions of Africa."No more Hunger in Africa" must the first priority issue.
Best wishes
Dr. Joseph Ashun
Ghanacoll - Medical Practitioner
Germany/Ghana

20 October 2005
Dear Peter:
Hope this finds you well, and thanks for your email note.
I took a look at the list of AFRICA'S PRIORITY PROGRAMME - PROJECT DETAIL 2005, but was disappointed to find no process listed for involvement of small/medium size (per global standards) international private firms like our TTT Inc Holding Group (USA).
TTT might be interested in several of the Energy/Environment/Construction/Food processing projects within our expertise, but no contact info is listed for any project with whom to check if they are seeking participation from firms like us.
With TTT USA getting 2-3 quality project proposals per week from our various African Industrial Sector Partners, we don't have much time to play guessing games or chase information like this, so in future, on these or other projects, please ask the sponsoring entities to list contact info (email/names/etc) for further Business Plan data.
Blessings.
Alex
(Prof) Alex Dely,
TTT Inc Holding Group
USA

20 October 2005
Dear Peter,
It is always very tedious to look through everything. Are there any EDUCATION projects in South Africa. How do I go straight to them on the website?
Kind Regards,
Sharanjeet SHAN
Maths Centre
South Africa

20 October 2005
Greetings Peter,
I am so excited to see what has been put aside for Africa. We, as the African people, need to ensure that this money is used properly in terms of developmental processes. I would like to discuss a proposal with you and see how we can take the process forward. I believe that this is one of the best solutions that can be given to NEPAD. I also believe that this will support South Africa on what our President has been doing around sorting out issues of conflict on the African Continent. This I think will be discussed in details when we meet.
I was listening to Radio 702 this morning, and John was interviewing someone from Ireland. This guy said something extremely profound, which is that they came to thank President Thabo Mbeki for helping them to put down arms. He said South Africa has been working with them to put down arms. This was so very interesting to hear what we are capable of doing and what we are doing to bring about negotiated settlement.
On today's Star newspaper (Wed 19 Oct 2005, page 5), there is a story with a title says "Africa the most corrupt of all" the story goes on to say that other donors need Africa to reduce corruption so that they can give Africa more money for Development. This is very scary news but I believe that my discussion with you will show you that there is a solution, which is cost effective, efficient and comes from the African Continent.
Regards,
Modiehi Molebatsi (Ms.)
Total Geo-spatial Information Solutions
South Africa

20 October 2005
Hi Peter
You have provided details of some very interesting projects on your website. Are these projects up for tender and if so what is the process if we are interested in tendering.
Thank you and best regards
Qinisekile Dhlamini
Londeka Uhuru Financial Services (Pty) Ltd
South Africa

20 October 2005
How does one get more info on the projects?
Neville Munien
Project Finance
Standard Bank
South Africa

20 October 2005
Good day
As a distributor of IT Storage equipment I am interested to learn more about the content of the projects in the ICT Priority Programmes. Please can you advise me as to where I can get more information on these programmes.
Thanks & Regards,
Rachel Longster
Data Storage Executive
Computer Storage Services Africa (Pty) Ltd)
South Africa

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