September 14

September 13

  • Ethiopia: Woes of Private Airlines


    When Ethiopian Airlines acquired a state-of-the-art jetliner, the Boeing B787-8 Dreamliner in August of 2012, it took many by surprise. How can a poor country like Ethiopia become... Read more »

  • Ethiopia: Free Transport Service for Public Servants to Commence


    The Public Service Employees Transport Service Enterprise (PSETSE), which was established last year with the aim of providing free transportation services for government employees,... Read more »

  • Ethiopia: Ethiopian Goes for B737 Max Airliner


    After a thorough evaluation on rival narrow-body aircraft for the past several months the Ethiopian Airlines has chosen the single aisle Boeing 737 Max aircraft as its future... Read more »

  • Kenya: Kenya Signs Sea Ports Deal With Qatar

    The Star

    Kenya and Qatar have signed a maritime cooperation agreement to enable direct shipping between Mombasa and Doha ports, the Statehouse said Friday. Read more »

  • Ethiopia: Ethiopia's First Toll Road to Open for Traffic


    The Addis Ababa- Adama expressway, the first toll road in the country, will be open for traffic starting from Sunday, 14 September 2014, the Ethiopian Toll Roads Enterprise (ETRE)... Read more »

  • Tanzania: South African Expert Terms Bagamoyo Port As Major Gateway to the World

    Daily News

    An aerial view of Dar es Salaam port, whose limitations stakeholders hope the new Bagamoyo port will replace.(File Photo)o Read more »

  • Nigeria: Spike in Motor-Bike Theft Sees Okada Deaths Rising

    Daily Trust

    In the Nyanya axis of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) and the adjoining Mararaba in Nasarawa State, commercial motorcyclists are at the mercy of robbers who lure them under the... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Stallion Motors, Diamond Bank Inaugurate Centenary Bonanza for Volkswagen, Skoda Cars

    This Day

    Stallion Motors Limited in collaboration with Diamond Bank PLC has inaugurated new sales offer for desiring customers to discover the uniqueness of precision engineered Volkswagen... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Road Crashes - Stakeholders to Implement Maximum Speed Limiter

    This Day

    Worried by high rate of road traffic crashes occasioned by over speeding, the stakeholders in the transport sector of the economy have agreed to commence implementation of the... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Auto Crash Claims Nine On Lagos-Ibadan Road

    Daily Independent

    No fewer than nine persons were feared killed while others were critically injured in a motor accident along Lagos-Ibadan expressway on Saturday morning. Read more »

  • Nigeria: Passengers Subjected to Gruesome Experience at MMIA

    This Day

    Passengers, who arrive at the Murtala Mohammed International Airport, Lagos are faced with an immediate dilemma on how to leave the airport to the car park from where they can... Read more »

  • Nigeria: 'Some Air Passengers Shunning Ebola Screening'

    Daily Trust

    Some passengers arriving through the Nmandi Azikiwe International Airport Abuja are showing reservations for the temperature screening for possible Ebola symptoms currently going... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Glo S-VID Excites Lagos NURTW

    Daily Independent

    Chairman of the Lagos State chapter of the National Union of Road Transport Workers (NURTW), Alhaji Tajudeen Agbede, has expressed enthusiasm about the Security Verified Identity... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Why Delta Monarch, Uduaghan's Aide Died in Crash

    Daily Independent

    More facts have emerged over the accident that claimed the lives of HRM Henry Ezeagwuna, Obi of Issele Uku, Delta State, and Sunny Ofili, special adviser to the Delta State... Read more »

September 12

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