Sierra Leone Picks New President Tomorrow

[New Democrat] Sierra Leone chooses a new president on Saturday following a delay caused by a ruling party-backed court case over alleged electoral fraud, spiking tensions following an already fractious campaign.

[New Democrat] Sierra Leone chooses a new president on Saturday following a delay caused by a ruling party-backed court case over alleged electoral fraud, spiking tensions following an already fractious campaign.

source: AllAfrica News: Sierra Leone

Caverton Deploys 11 New Helicopters to Boost Offshore Operations

[Guardian] Caverton Helicopters Limited has unveiled a set of 11 brand new Bell Helicopters to boost its offshore operations. The new equipment, unveiled at an event in Lagos recently, is in lieu of the airline becoming the preferred air transport prov…

[Guardian] Caverton Helicopters Limited has unveiled a set of 11 brand new Bell Helicopters to boost its offshore operations. The new equipment, unveiled at an event in Lagos recently, is in lieu of the airline becoming the preferred air transport provider for the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC)/Chevron Nigeria Limited Joint Venture based in Escravos, Nigeria.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Govt, Mozambique Revive Cooperation After Kenyatta’s Visit

[Capital FM] Maputo -Foreign Affairs Cabinet Secretary Amb Monica Juma and her Mozambique counterpart Jose Condungua Pacheco today held bilateral talks on the sidelines of President Uhuru Kenyatta state visit to Mozambique.

[Capital FM] Maputo -Foreign Affairs Cabinet Secretary Amb Monica Juma and her Mozambique counterpart Jose Condungua Pacheco today held bilateral talks on the sidelines of President Uhuru Kenyatta state visit to Mozambique.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

ANC, EFF Resort to Disruption and Chaos

[DA] Today the EFF, ANC and UDM coalition has resorted to disrupting and attempting to collapse the Council meeting in Nelson Mandela Bay, because they know they will not win the Motion of No Confidence against Mayor Athol Trollip.

[DA] Today the EFF, ANC and UDM coalition has resorted to disrupting and attempting to collapse the Council meeting in Nelson Mandela Bay, because they know they will not win the Motion of No Confidence against Mayor Athol Trollip.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Leaders Intervene As Waste Battle Takes New Dimension

[Guardian] As the battle for the control of waste collection in Lagos State rages on, party leaders, commissioners and the house of assembly have stepped into the fray.Despite criticism from stakeholders, Visionscape has continued to rollout and it app…

[Guardian] As the battle for the control of waste collection in Lagos State rages on, party leaders, commissioners and the house of assembly have stepped into the fray.Despite criticism from stakeholders, Visionscape has continued to rollout and it appears that aggrieved parties may have resorted to more extreme measures as there are unconfirmed reports of violence.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Man Found Guilty of Glebelands Murder

[News24Wire] One of the seven men accused of a string of murders at the notorious Glebelands Hostel in Umlazi was found guilty on Thursday of the murder of a woman at the hostel.

[News24Wire] One of the seven men accused of a string of murders at the notorious Glebelands Hostel in Umlazi was found guilty on Thursday of the murder of a woman at the hostel.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Travel Agencies Seek National Carrier to Drive Aviation, Tourism Growth

[Guardian] Travel agencies in the country have reiterated the need for a national carrier to drive air travel and tourism growth in Nigeria. The group, under the aegis of the National Association of Nigerian Travel Agencies (NANTA), at their 42nd annua…

[Guardian] Travel agencies in the country have reiterated the need for a national carrier to drive air travel and tourism growth in Nigeria. The group, under the aegis of the National Association of Nigerian Travel Agencies (NANTA), at their 42nd annual general meeting in Port Harcourt, Rivers State, said tourism business globally depends on travels, which is why airlines and national carriers are critical investments of both public and private sector.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria