The Jollof Rice controversy between Nigeria and Ghana deepens

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Aviation: How Aero got into Trouble and how it can be saved

Nigeria’s foremost indigenous carrier, Aero Contractors is in danger of extinction. Only urgent injection of funds can save the ailing airline, writes Chinedu Eze.

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Nigeria promising and oldest indigenous carrier, Aero Contractors has paid the price of a selfish decision taken against it some years ago, when its stakeholders shortchanged the airline and gained at its expense. The consequence is that Aero, which few years ago, was a beacon of hope as the most technically advanced local airline is now moribund.

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Olympics: While Nigeria House flops in Brazil Jamaica nets 20,000 visitors

The Rio Olympics left Nigeria limping home with only the “Golden” Bronze won by the football team. That wasn’t the only loss suffered by Nigeria in Rio. While Jamaica was smiling home with a truckload of Gold medals from the tracks it seems it also won the tourism Gold …

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Wow. They actually counted Elephants in Africa. 352 , 271 down from 20 million 150 years ago

It took two years, 81 aircraft and 286 crew flying 494 000 kilometres across 18 countries and the support of 90 scientists to count Africa’s savanna elephants. The final tally was an extremely worrying 352 271

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Africa: MTN, Shoprite, UBA, Dangote are the Biggest Investors in Africa-Study

Never have the stars been more aligned for African businesses as they are now. Rising disposable incomes, a young and talented population, growing urbanization, and an increasingly robust business climate have all combined to produce …

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Terrorism: 40% drop in German Tourists in to North Africa in 2016

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Aviation: Finally $413 Bugusera Airport in Rwanda Gets new opening date in December 2018

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FRSC: 10.6mn Registered Vehicles to Ply Nigerian Roads in 2016

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Tourism: African and domestic markets are best for Tourism Destinations

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Aviation: Bizmen Hails Ethiopian Airline’s First Cargo Flight Into Enugu Airport

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Global Tourism Competitiveness: West Africa flops as S.A., Kenya and Egypt leads Africa

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Africa: 2016 Tourists Arrivals hit 1.3million in Namibia as numbers from Angola drops

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