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1 Mar 2020
Palpable fear has enveloped Ewekoro, host community of Lafarge Cement Company, in Ogun State, where the index victim of Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) visited on arrival in the country from Italy.
3 Oct 2019
Lafarge Africa Plc Wednesday unveiled its new product Elephant Supaset Cement. "For over 60 years we understand the desire of the product to guarantee a sustainable business in high return rate particularly for block making and setting," Lafarge's commercial director,Gbenga Onimowo said during the new product launch at Sheraton hotel, Lagos. "Supaset is physically improved…
8 Apr 2019
Again, the hope of better days ahead for would-be homeowners and developers in the construction sector, may have been dashed following another rounds of increase in prices of cement and iron rods in the country. The latest increase in prices of the products has sent shivers on the shoulders of buyers, leading to low patronage…
10 Apr 2018
For the year ended December 31, 2017, Lafarge Africa Plc has achieved 36 per cent rise in net sales from N57.6 billion in 2016 to N299 billion. The Chief Executive Officer of the company, Michel Puchercos in a statement, attributed the strong margins in the Nigerian business to cost initiatives and more favorable pricing, saying…
5 Apr 2018
Sustaining our common future is the responsibility of everyone. In September 2015 the United Nations adopted the UN Sustainable Development Goals (UNSDGs) to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure prosperity for all.
1 Feb 2018
LafargeHolcim and eight other companies in the cement and concrete sector have unveiled the Global Cement and Concrete Association (GCCA), a new progressive group dedicated to developing and strengthening the industry’s contribution to sustainable construction. The association, according to a statement from Lafarge, will focus on driving advancements in sustainable construction, working to enhance the…
1 Dec 2017
Three top officials of Swiss-French cement-maker Lafarge were charged Friday with indirectly financing jihadists through the company's activities in war-torn Syria...
23 Nov 2017
If a society does not like what it looks like, the most important thing it can change is the education of its people. It is education that can redefine the society, it is education...
30 Jun 2017
In a bid to directly engage with its customers across Nigeria, Lafarge Africa Plc, Africa’s leading housing and infrastructure solutions company, will be launching the #AskLafarge digital campaign today.
12 Jun 2017
The maiden edition of the Guardian Manufacturing Excellence Awards 2017 in collaboration with African Development Studies Centre (Inc.) will recognize deserving sector players in the Nigerian manufacturing industry...
18 Oct 2016
In a renewed crackdown on companies with tax liabilities, the Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS), yesterday, closed the premises of defaulting companies in Lagos, Ibadan and Port Harcourt.
1 Sep 2016
In an effort to create awareness and build recognition for sustainable construction in Nigeria, leading cement company, Lafarge Africa Plc, has organised a one-day workshop to sensitise and mobilise ...

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