Airlines Often Fail to Report In-Flight Sexual Assaults, Need to Step Up

Airlines Often Fail to Report In-Flight Sexual Assaults, Need to Step Up 0

🕔16:59, 14.Dec 2017

The airline industry appeared to be caught off-guard when a 17-year-old Bollywood actress took to social media alleging she was sexually assaulted on an airplane. Her claim which was denied by the accused on a domestic Vistara flight in India

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China Operates World’s Largest Floating Solar Power Plant

China Operates World’s Largest Floating Solar Power Plant 0

🕔16:52, 14.Dec 2017

The Three Gorges area is now the site of the world’s largest floating solar power plant. It is a coal mine in eastern China which collapsed years ago, leaving a great hole in the ground that subsequently filled with water.

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Maroc Telecom Awarded ‘Best African Operator’

Maroc Telecom Awarded ‘Best African Operator’ 0

🕔17:01, 13.Dec 2017

Maroc Telecom has been awarded the “Best African Operator”, received at Telecoms Review Excellence Awards 2017 held in Dubai last week. This is the latest move Maroc Telecom is taking to enlarge its market in Africa. Having 56 million customers,

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Crude Oil Pipeline: Uganda to Raise Shs300b

Crude Oil Pipeline: Uganda to Raise Shs300b 0

🕔16:51, 13.Dec 2017

“Market sounds to gauge financing appetite” is said to be carried out for the proposed East African Crude Oil Pipeline (EACOP) by Japan’s Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation Europe Ltd (SMBCE), Standard (Stanbic) Bank, and Industrial and Commercial  Bank of China

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Africa responsible for 37% of global aviation fatalities – AfDB

Africa responsible for 37% of global aviation fatalities – AfDB 0

🕔11:31, 13.Dec 2017

President of African Development Bank (AfDB), Dr Akinwumi Adesina, while speaking with newsmen in Abuja, revealed that African aviation sector accounts for about nine per cent of aircraft accidents yearly and 37 per cent of Aviation fatalities globally. Although the

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2,40,000 homes in South Africa powered by Khobab and Loeriesfontein wind farms

2,40,000 homes in South Africa powered by Khobab and Loeriesfontein wind farms 0

🕔11:20, 13.Dec 2017

South Africa’s Loeriesfontein and Khobab wind farms have announced the start of their 20-year commercial operations, with a generation capacity of 140MW each. The wind farms will collectively power up to 2,40,000 South African households, thereby influencing the economy of

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$70bn Telecoms Investment on Growth Course – NCC

$70bn Telecoms Investment on Growth Course – NCC 0

🕔16:04, 11.Dec 2017

Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) is increasing efforts on releasing new and re-farming existing spectrum bands in the country and a quick growth is ready to be observed in the nation’s existing $70 billion investment in its telecoms industry. According to

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Promotion of Nigerian content: PETAN honours Shell

Promotion of Nigerian content: PETAN honours Shell 0

🕔15:55, 11.Dec 2017

Shell companies in Nigeria have been honoured by the Petroleum Technologies Association of Nigeria (PETAN) with the Aret Adams Award for Excellence in recognition of its “outstanding contributions to the growth of local content in the Nigerian oil and gas

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Expatriate Pilots ignored by Nigerian Airlines, Over N5bn saved annually

Expatriate Pilots ignored by Nigerian Airlines, Over N5bn saved annually 0

🕔20:59, 8.Dec 2017

Over N5billion might have been saved annually by Nigerian airlines by rejecting foreign technical personnel, most especially pilots and engineers. This was as a result of economic hardship, outrageous salaries and allowances paid to expatriate pilots and engineers which forced

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Power sector privatization scorned by electricity workers

Power sector privatization scorned by electricity workers 0

🕔20:09, 8.Dec 2017

The National Union of Electricity Employees, NUEE, has stated that the privatization of Power Holding Company of Nigeria, PHCN, after four years of its sale, has brought more harm than good, to Nigerians. NUEE’s President, Martin Uzoegwu, while speaking with

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