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4 May 2022
Mining companies in South Africa have resorted to trucking coal to ports to meet a surge in European demand since the war in Ukraine started, bypassing the deteriorating rail infrastructure they blame for billions of dollars in lost revenue.
30 Mar 2022
Last night, a container-laden truck fell on three vehicles in Igando, a suburb of Lagos. The injured have been taken to hospital by officials of the Lagos State Emergency Management Agency.
16 Oct 2021
An electrified highway, with infrastructure similar to that used in a tram, is being billed as one of the solutions to reduce the heavy toll of carbon emissions linked to long-haul transport. Electronic giant Siemens has already built the technology on several stretches of German highways, enabling trucks to charge their batteries while they drive. The Down to Earth team went to see how it works.
26 Jun 2021
A Chinese firm, Broad Group has constructed a 10-storey residential building in China’s Changsha city in 28 hours and 45 minutes. The real estate company used prefabricated construction systems to deliver the project. Pre-fabricated buildings are designs to enable quick construction.
29 Jan 2021
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26 Jun 2019
Officials of the Lagos Traffic Management Agency, LASTMA, are intent on ensuring that there is a smooth flow of traffic on Lagos roads as they were spotted on Wednesday, 26 June, removing container-laden trucks from the Toyota end of the Oshodi-Apapa Expressway.

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