April 15



April 14

  • Defence Mourns Helicopter Crash Victims

    New Era

    Four people died on Friday morning after a Namibian Defence Force helicopter crashed at the Grootfontein Air Base. According to information from the Ministry of Defence there were... Read more »

  • Air Cote d'Ivoire Upbeat On Operations

    FrontPageAfrica

    The Country Manager of Air Cote d'ivore that recently started operations in Liberia, says there are positive signs of growth since his company launched operations here. Read more »

  • Court Halts Removal of Rooftop Bus Carriers

    Capital FM

    The High Court has suspended a requirement by the National Transport and Safety Authority (NTSA) for buses to remove roof top carriers. Read more »

  • Road Deaths Reduce in Q1 of 2014

    Capital FM

    Transport Cabinet Secretary Michael Kamau on Monday announced that road fatalities and casualties had decreased by 22 percent in the first quarter of 2014 as compared to the same... Read more »

  • Marine Military Gear in - PS

    Times of Zambia

    MARINE equipment that Government procured has started arriving, Ministry of Defence Permanent Secretary Rose Salukatula has said. Read more »

  • Gambia Bans Flights From Liberia, Guinea

    NEWS

    Gambia has banned all aircrafts from Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea following reports of Ebola outbreak in the three West African countries. Read more »

  • GOL Seek Support for Ganta-Zwedru Highway

    NEWS

    Finance Minister Amara Konneh and delegation at the ongoing spring meeting of the World Bank and International Monetary Fund have made specific request for the World Bank to assist... Read more »

  • A Modicum of Civism! [column]

    Cameroon Tribune

    It is a musical image of disorder that best describes driving attitudes in Yaounde. In music, such a situation will be described as a cacophony. Read more »

  • President Inaugurates Namialo - Lurio Road

    AIM

    President Armando Guebuza on 12 April inaugurated the rebuilt stretch of the main south-south highway between the town of Namialo, in the northern province of Nampula, and the... Read more »

  • New Nacala Port and Railway Ready By December

    AIM

    Transport Minister Gabriel Muthisse has declared that the new port and coal terminal at Nacala-a-Velha, in the northern province of Nampula, and the railway linking it to the... Read more »

  • President Inaugurates Pemba Airport Terminal

    AIM

    President Armando Guebuza on 25 March inaugurated a new terminal at the international airport in Pemba, capital of the northern province of Cabo Delgado. Read more »

  • Truck Owner Wants APM Terminal Held Liable

    Inquirer

    A truck owner, Alhaji Kantara Malian Kamara of the city of Monrovia has prayed the Sixth Judicial Civil Law Court of Montserrado County to hold liable the 2nd Defendant, APM... Read more »

  • Gambia Bans Airline Passengers From Freetown, Monrovia, Conakry

    The Point

    The Gambian authorities have ordered four airline companies operating in The Gambia, "not to pick up passengers in Freetown, Monrovia and Conakry as inbound passengers to Banjul." Read more »

  • Mchinji Railway Cheers Parley Committee

    Times of Zambia

    THE Parliamentary Committee on Transport and Communication has expressed satisfaction at the works on the Chipata -Mchinji railway line project. Read more »

  • Police Crackdown Nets 79 Bikes

    Cameroon Tribune

    Four drug dealers have been nabbed during the operations are in custody in Bonanjo, Douala. Read more »

  • UGTT Calls for Speeding Up Implementation of Roadmap Provisions

    Tunis Afrique Presse

    The Tunisian General Labour Union (UGTT) called for speeding up the implementation of provisions of the roadmap so as to create conditions conducive to the organisation of the next... Read more »

  • UK Issues Abuja Travel Warning

    CAJ News

    THE United Kingdom has advised its citizens against travelling to areas close to the Nyanya region following the bomb attack that killed scores on Monday morning. Read more »

  • Consumer Body Probes Arik Over U.S. Flight

    CAJ News

    THE Consumer Protection Council (CPC) has queried national carrier, Arik Airline, over allegations of ill treatment recently experienced by some passengers on its New York-bound... Read more »

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