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at least sixty dead in a railway accident in

At least 60 people were killed in a train crash last Friday in Lubudi, a territory in Lualaba province. The Congolese Public Railways (SNCC) train ended its journey in a ravine between Kitenta and Buyofwe stations about ten kilometers from the center of Lubudi.…

stopped by Covid-19, the company continues Dakar Dem Dikk

In Senegal, the public transport company Dakar Dem Dikk has resumed liaison services since Monday, August 23, suspended due to the resurgence of the Covid-19 pandemic since July 17. as reported from Dakar, Théa OlivierNow that the new cases of Covid-19 are less numerous, the public company has decided to reopen the lines to the…

anger from the agents of Transco, the company

Employees of Transport du Congo (Transco) demonstrated on Monday, July 26 in Kinshasa. They are asking for wages back. On Monday morning, the depots of the public bus transport company were blocked by angry officers. Employees demand an eight-month repayment and more bonuses. They are asking for resignation from their…

The first direct commercial flight between Israel and

About 100 Israeli tourists who arrived in Morocco on the first direct commercial flight between the two countries were greeted with dates, cakes and mint during a welcome ceremony. Seven months later normalization of relations between Israel and Morocco, this first flight started frequent flights. Israir operates two to three…

a scandal shakes the Swedish Transport Agency with one

The Economic and Financial Brigade multiplies arrests and hearings. The former head of the agency is in custody. The matter was revealed on Wednesday, July 7, in the Council of Ministers. According to the government, it was suspicious procurement, various irregularly granted bonuses and fraudulent registrations of thousands of vehicles. The damages are estimated at more than 13 billion CFA francs.…

the reopening of the border with Senegal

After several months of closure, the Conakry-Dakar axis will soon be reopened if we take into account this agreement signed between the two countries at the ECOWAS summit in Accra, Ghana, on 19 June. as reported from Conakry, Moktar BahThe Guinean and Senegalese authorities signed one agreements on military and technical…

the inhabitants already is aware of the consequences of the brand new

In Uganda, the financial penalties of the brand new partial containment that started this weekend are already being felt by a few of the inhabitants. Since Saturday 19 June and for a interval of 42 days, all transport, public or non-public, is forbidden, locations of worship are closed and the curfew modified to 19:00 as an alternative of 21:00 Amongst essentially the most affected is bike taxi or "boda…

The National Assembly announces that the 500 cars

The National Assembly's office is embarrassed by the controversy surrounding an alleged donation of vehicles to the 500 deputies. The rapporteur for the lower house of the Congolese parliament has slightly changed his boss' version by ensuring that these jeeps will be offered as credit to deputies. "Jeeps ordered by the office, as in any legislator, will be granted on credit to the Honorary Council," said rapporteur Joseph Lembi Libula. Through this confirmation, the Assembly Bureau he repented. "Each institution has…

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