Thursday, 28th September 2023

Lafarge Africa

18 Aug 2017
Lafarge Africa Plc and China Civil Engineering Construction Corporation (CCECC) have partnered on a safety awareness programme for over 100 CCECC employees.
15 Aug 2017
Having suffered some input cost pressures in the 2016 financial year, due to foreign exchange losses on dollar loans, the inability to access foreign exchange, the high cost of production...
20 Jul 2017
The training, organised by Lafarge Africa Plc in collaboration with the Rotary Club of Lagos Island, seeks to impart theory and practical skills in masonry and concrete works, as well as health and safety in the construction industry.
6 Jul 2017
As part of its commitment to promote safety in its operations, Lafarge Africa Plc has trained and employed 16 youths in Cross River State as community road marshals in Akpabuyo and Akamkpa local councils.
6 Feb 2017
Despite receiving a total of 26 Nigeria entries made up of 14 professionals and 12 students for the fifth edition of the global LafargeHolcim award for sustainable construction, the firm is calling for more entries from professionals and students.
13 Dec 2016
This call was made by the Country Chief Executive Officer, CEO, Michel Puchercos, while addressing journalists at the company’s Lagos office.
11 Dec 2016
Lafarge Africa, has commissioned community development projects worth N260m, in Ewekoro and Sagamu communities of Ogun State to provide welfare for indigenes.
6 Dec 2016
Lafarge Africa Plc, a leading construction solutions company in Nigeria, has launched its debut Sustainability Report in line with the latest standard of the Global Reporting ...
29 Nov 2016
A group of farmers under the auspices of United Farmers have sued the multinational cement manufacturer, Lafarge Africa for allegedly destroying their farmlands.
19 Oct 2016
While consumer goods companies and most manufacturers on the other hand are battling with forex sourcing issues, soaring importation costs and in extreme cases, marked forex losses ...
10 Oct 2016
Four years after an agreement was reached between Lafarge Africa Plc and some communities in Ogun State on allegations of air pollution due to its activities ...
12 Aug 2016
The Nigerian Stock Exchange (NSE) on Friday moved 190.68 million shares valued at N1.33 billion transacted in 2,978 deals.


Police in Spain on Thursday searched the headquarters of the country's football referee committee as part of a probe into payments made by Liga giants Barcelona to a firm owned by a former official of the body.
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The United States (US) has called on the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) to conduct a free, fair and transparent governorship election in Bayelsa state on November 11, 2023.
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Minister of Works, David Umahi, on Thursday, locked out staff of his ministry for resuming late to work.
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A Civil Society Organization under the aegis of Civil Society and Workers Dialogue Forum (CSWDF) has kicked against the planned strike by the Nigerian Labour Congress (NLC), scheduled to commence on Tuesday, October 3.
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North Korea has enshrined its status as a nuclear power in its constitution, with leader Kim Jong Un calling for more modern atomic weapons to counter the threat from the United States, state media reported Thursday.