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  • Miscellaneous

ICAO Accelerating aviation recovery in Africa

The leadership and key contributions of Kenya and Senegal to Africa’s aviation sector were the focus of recent bilateral meetings among ICAO Secretary General Juan Carlos Salazar and Mr. James Macharia, Kenya’s Cabinet Secretary for Transport (top image), and Mr. Alioune Sarr, Minister of Tourism and Transport of Senegal.

The… read more

  • Rail

Rail Madagascar MADARAIL African Railway Systems delivers rolling stock to Madarail

In 2019, Madarail, the private operator of the Northern rail section in Madagascar, began searching for new diesel-electric locomotives and passenger coaches to supplement their much older stock, as part of their fleet renewal programme.

As agents for Ferrovias Del Bajio S.A. de C.V, African Railway Systems, a South African based company, … read more

  • Miscellaneous

South-Africa An updated list of countries South African travellers can visit

South Africans who are planning to explore this summer season have plenty of travel options. As countries get into grips with the pandemic and implement swift vaccination programmes, more travellers have the opportunity to explore the world once more.

Of course, some destinations may only accept fully vaccinated travellers, wit… read more

  • Miscellaneous

World Travel Awards announces Africa and Indian Ocean 2021 winners

World Travel Awards– the leading authority that recognises and rewards excellence in travel and tourism – has unveiled its Africa and Indian Ocean 2021 winners.

In the Africa categories, Kenya enjoyed a strong showing, with its thriving capital Nairobi named ‘Africa’s Leading Business Travel Destination’, Kenyat… read more

  • Flights

Madagascar Air Madagascar Disoriented, the employees rely on the Head of State

Since its divorce with Air Austral in July 2020, Air Madagascar is looking for a new strategic partner, able to inject new cash into its coffers. In the meantime, the health crisis has pushed the Malagasy public carrier even further down, now on the verge of bankruptcy.

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