April 24

April 23

  • Scores Killed in Train Crash


    The death toll from a freight train accident in the Democratic Republic of Congo has risen to at least 63. Read more »

  • Minister Bala Jahumpa Injured in Convoy Accident

    The Point

    The Point can confirm, after receiving the information from good sources, that roads and transport minister Bala Garba Jahumpa was admitted at the Edward Francis Small Teaching... Read more »

  • Lift Night Travel Ban, Says MP

    The Star

    kericho Chesumei MP Elijah Lagat wants the government to lift the night travel ban on public service vehicles. Lagat said he will table a motion in Parliament to have the Michuki... Read more »

  • City Hall Official Alleges MCA Plot to Block Bus Plan

    Capital FM

    Nairobi County Transport Executive Evans Ondieki says plans to remove him are as a result of him not giving in to County Assembly Members who have been paid by cartels in the... Read more »

  • Two Die in Road Accident

    The Star

    Two people died on the spot this morning after a trailer they were traveling in was involved in a grisly road accident along the Narok-Mai Mahiu highway. Narok Police Commander... Read more »

  • Somalia Drive Road Project Begins At Last


    The long-awaited construction and expansion of the Somalia Drive road has finally begun. The project kicked up in the Battery Factory community. Read more »

  • Simiyu Accident Toll Rises to 15

    Daily News

    THE death toll from the road accident that involved a bus christened Lehuye Express Bus on the Tarime-Mwanza Highway on Monday has increased to 15, with the number of those injured... Read more »

  • 20 Matatus Impounded in Mumias

    The Star

    MORE than 20 Public Service Vehicles have been impounded in Mumias town. The vehicles were nabbed in a crackdown conducted by regional traffic police and the National Transport and... Read more »

  • Enana CEO Checks Repair Works of Cabinda Airport


    The CEO of the National Exploration Company for Airports and Air Navigation (ENANA), Manuel Ceitas, is paying since Tuesday a working visit to check the repair works of the airport... Read more »

  • Cockpit Recorder Retrieved From Downed UN Chopper in Liberia


    The Liberia Civil Aviation Authority, in a statement late Tuesday said it had retrieved the black box from a Russian-registered MI-8AMT helicopter operated by other on behalf of... Read more »

  • Air Namibia Taps Into Asian Market

    New Era

    The recently signed memorandum of understanding (MoU) between Air Namibia and Turkish Airlines is expected to eventually result in numerous business and tourism benefits for... Read more »

  • UNMIL Helicopter Crash-Lands - Two Sustain Injuries

    New Dawn

    The Thinker's Village Oldfield Community along the Robertsfield highway outside Monrovia was gripped by fear when panicking residents witnessed the dramatic crash-landing of a... Read more »

  • Pres. Sirleaf Consoles Togo, South Korea

    New Dawn

    President Ellen Jonson Sirleaf has sent a message of condolence to the Government and People of the Republic of Togo following a head on collision between a bus and a truck on the... Read more »

  • Cabinet Council Analyses Transport Services Contract Draft


    The Cabinet Council's Commission for Real Economy Wednesday in Luanda analysed the proposal for services in the sectors of construction, supervision and management of the... Read more »

  • Matatu Crackdown On Fare Hike Launched in Mombasa

    The Star

    All PSVs have been instructed to display a fare list in a bid to control the recent fare hike in Mombasa. County Traffic commandant Martin Kariuki says those found to be... Read more »

  • FRSC Records 272 Deaths in 15 Months Zone RS8 - Chidoka


    The Federal Road Safety Commission (FRSC) said on Wednesday that it recorded 272 deaths on road crashes between January 2013 and March 2014 in Kwara, Kogi and Ekiti. Read more »

  • Panic On Lagos-Ibadan Expressway Over Boko Haram Scare


    There was palpable apprehension in Lagos and some parts of Ogun states on Wednesday over false information disseminated through the social media that the highly dreaded Boko Haram... Read more »

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