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In Nigeria, the Slow, Winding Return of the Train Service

AFRICANGLOBE - The resumption of direct train service between Lagos and Kano by the Nigeria Railway Corporation has been postponed several times in the past. The delay in the resumption of the service, however, ended on Friday, December 21, 2012, when a 20-coach passenger train left the Iddo Railway Terminus in Lagos for Kano.

Arrest Warrant Issued for Julius Malema?

The lawyer for former ANC Youth League leader Julius Malema has confirmed that an arrest warrant has been issued for him, the according to...

Ethiopian Airlines Ignores Turbulence to Focus on Growth

Ignoring the furious winds buffeting the global aviation industry, 66-year-old Ethiopian Airlines is investing more than $2.6bn to ensure it capitalises on its location...

Terrorists Carry out Grenade Attack on Nairobi Church

One person was killed and fifteen others wounded after a grenade was hurled inside a church in Nairobi's Ngara area on Sunday morning. Police said...

South African Airways Opens Way to the Okavango Delta

South African Airways (SAA) has launched a new service between Johannesburg and Maun, Botswana - gateway to the world-famous Okavango Delta - as the...

Courageous Black Secret Service Woman Exposed Colombia Sex Scandal

A Black Secret Service agent is being hailed as the heroine in what is reportedly the worst scandal in the agency’s history. Paula Reid is...

British Police Face Investigation For Racist Incidents

London’s Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) is at the centre of a growing storm about police racism. Eight officers and one civilian member of staff...

South Africa’s Revenue Growth Continues

The South African Revenue Service had another strong year in 2011/12, collecting R742.7-billion in revenue - R4-billion more than Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan had...

Recording Surfaces Racial Abuse by London Police

First came the physical assaults, said the young man arrested by London police during last summer's riots. What followed a knee to the chest...

Tsvangirai Warned to Stop Verbal Attack on Military Generals

Zimbabwe's Defence Minister Emmerson Mnangagwa has lashed out at MDC-T leader Mr Morgan Tsvangirai for challenging service chiefs to take off their uniforms and openly contest for power.

Kenya to Spend Billions on New City Train Service

Finance Minister Uhuru Kenyatta proposes to allocate Sh3.25 billion for the proposed Mombasa-Malaba standard gauge railway, which is aimed at linking the country with its key trading partner, Uganda, and the East African region