Lafarge Africa Plc plans to create additional 10 billion ordinary shares of 50 kobo each to increase its authorised share capital to 20 billion ordinary shares.
Lafarge Africa, a leading cement manufacturer in Nigeria, has restated its commitment to using renewable energy to enhance sustainable development of the construction industry and protection of the environment.
Lafarge Africa Plc has announced the appointment of its new Chief Financial Officer (CFO) Bruno Bayet following the resignation of Anders Kristiansson at its Board of Directors Meeting on September 30th 2016.
Lafarge South Africa has announced the appointment of Noriko Solomon as General Manager of Aggregates.
Lafarge Africa Plc. and Fortis Microfinance Bank (MFB) have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) for the provision of 500 affordable homes for Nigerian
L-R,Ndola plant manager Samba Katari, Lafarge Zambia CEO, Emmanuel Rigaux Copperbelt Provincial Minister, Hon, Mwenya Musenge and LafargeHolcim area manager,
Peter Hoddinott, the newly appointed Group MD of Lafarge Africa Plc, wants to provide low-cost houses for Nigerians, especially those on the lowest rung of the ladder.
To boost cement exports into the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Lafarge Zambia Plc, in partnership with Zambia Railways Limited (ZRL) and the Congolese Railways,
Lack of major national projects and large commercial infrastructure projects saw Lafarge Cement Zimbabwe Limited report reduced revenues for the half year ended 30 June 2015.
PPC-released data shows Domestic cement sales grew 4.6% in Q3 of 2014 after contracting in the first two quarters, though sales for the full year were on track to come in lower than in 2013.
Chairman of Lafarge Africa Plc Chief Olusegun Osunkeye has said that the ongoing Mandatory Tender Offer (MTO) will provide minority shareholders of Ashaka Cement
Nigeria is set to become one of the six countries to have international cement research centres from Lafarge, a global leader in cement, aggregates and concrete making.