Tourism and hospitality to overtake downstream sector by 2021 By Lukman Akintola Nigeria’s tourism and hospitality industry might overtake the downstream sector by 2021 if the recently launched African Union (AU) passport is adopted by the country’s legislators. This is according...
Taxi service continues to grow across Africa By Ada Anioji     The newly introduced taxi service, Uber has revealed that more than one million trips have been made using its platform since its launch in the Kenyan capital, Nairobi in January 2015. According to the...
Critics say President's close relationship with chair is an issue By Nsikan Ikpe, with agency reports   South African Finance Minister, Pravin Gordhan’s call that the troubled South African Airways needs a whole new board is being seen as the precursor of...
  Commentators say it will boost cooperation amongst Africans From Joseph Ojumu, Accra   The West African nation of Ghana has been lauded for its visa-on-arrival scheme for Africans which took off this week in the country. Among other benefits, commentators say that the scheme...
    From Joseph Ojumu, Accra News reaching The Difference indicates that the West African city of Accra has presently joined the fast-growing Uber train. Underscoring the new resolve of the management of the technology-enhanced transportation service providers to extend its booming network all accross...
  By Nsikan Ikpe   One of Africa’s leading airlines, Kenya Airways is in dire financial straits at the moment and pundits say the outlook for the company going forward is really not looking good. This dismal view is coming on the heels...
A shake-up has occurred at the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency with the recently confirmed Acting Director General/Chief Executive Officer, Mr. Haruna Baba Jauro moving to redeploy several departmental heads in one fell swoop. Among those affected is sichei...
The first All Inclusive Aviation Expo and Conference for Africa is scheduled to hold in Accra and would bring together players in the African aviation industry from all over the world on a platform to deliberate on the future...
By Nsikan Ikpe Thursday's sack of Mr. Patrick Ziakede Akpobolokemi as Director-General of the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA) could very well open the door for long-demanded reforms in the agency, commentators have noted. The termination of Mr. Akpobolokemi’s appointment...

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