Rwanda and Benin to Set Up Joint Airline

[New Times] The governments of Benin and Rwanda have signed a memorandum of understanding to establish a joint airline based in Cotonou, where RwandAir, the national carrier, officially launched its new hub on Tuesday, August 1.

[New Times] The governments of Benin and Rwanda have signed a memorandum of understanding to establish a joint airline based in Cotonou, where RwandAir, the national carrier, officially launched its new hub on Tuesday, August 1.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Film on City Ambulance Patient Who Died After Waiting for 18 Hours to be Out Soon

[Nation] A film based on the death of an accident survivor who had spent 18 hours in an ambulance before being admitted at Kenyatta National Hospital will be released in October.

[Nation] A film based on the death of an accident survivor who had spent 18 hours in an ambulance before being admitted at Kenyatta National Hospital will be released in October.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Senator Henry Yallah of Pup Booed At Political Rally in Bong County

[FrontPageAfrica] Gbarnga -What seems a worrying signal for the Vice President Joseph Boakai and Emmanuel Nuquay’s support in Bong County emerged Monday when one of the key figures propagating the campaign of the Unity Party in the county was jeered lo…

[FrontPageAfrica] Gbarnga -What seems a worrying signal for the Vice President Joseph Boakai and Emmanuel Nuquay's support in Bong County emerged Monday when one of the key figures propagating the campaign of the Unity Party in the county was jeered loudly during a major campaign rally.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Elections Are Fast Approaching

[Cameroon Tribune] The atmosphere is gradually being charged with political anxiety as the year 2018 gets closer. In effect, in five months, the language of politics will change in Cameroon. 2018 is election year where Cameroonians will exercise their …

[Cameroon Tribune] The atmosphere is gradually being charged with political anxiety as the year 2018 gets closer. In effect, in five months, the language of politics will change in Cameroon. 2018 is election year where Cameroonians will exercise their civic duty by choosing their councillors, parliamentarians and President of the Republic. It is a year where democratic principles will be put to test. It is above all a year where gender equity will be exercised considering the growing demand from women to be ably represented

source: AllAfrica News: Cameroon