After the death of President Umaru Yar'Adua yesterday, Goodluck Jonathan was today sworn in as the President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.
The death of Nigeria's President Umaru Yar'Adua has been confirmed by the Presidency. He was 58 years old. Al Jazeera reports.
The Nigerian Newspaper - Thisday is this evening reporting that the President of Nigeria Umar Yar' Adua has died.
The Dubai based airline Emirates is to increase the number of flights to Ivory Coast.
Apple has been at the forefront of many of the key technological and design innovations over the last decade most notably the iPod and the iPhone.
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Lufthansa airlines is bring into service the Airbus 380, the world's largest passenger airliner, on its route from Frankfurt to Johannesburg.. The flagship jet will also be introduced on the routes to Tokyo and Beijing.
The Zimbabwe's aviation market gets a boost as new budget airline opens its doors to customers.
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CNN's Christiane Amanpour interview Nogeria's acting President Goodluck Jonathan.
BBC starts a major documentary series looking at the people of West Africa's largest city - Lagos.
In a sign that the political uncertainty that gripped Nigeria following the illness of President Umaru Yar'Adua has eased, acting President Goodluck Jonathan embarked on a high profile visit to the United States where he held talks with President Barack Obama.
The controversial Youth Leader of South Africa's African National Congress Julius Malema is to face disciplinary action over serious of actions that have embarrassed the ruling party.
Sudan's multi party elections are in danger of becoming a farce as opposition partied in both the North and South of the country boycott the elections.
Tourism and tropical flowers are the twin drivers behind the decision of Dubai based airline Emirates launching flights from Nairobi to Amsterdam via Dubai.
The murder of South African white supremist leader Eugene Terreblanche has taken a surprising twist as the defence lawyers have alleged that the prime suspects, two black farm workers were subject to a gay sex attack by Eugene Terrblanche.
Two farm labourers were today charged to court in connection with the murder of white separatist leader Eugene TerreBlanche.
Goodluck Jonathan has sworn in a new cabinet with several new faces taking up their ministerial positions. Appointments on note are those to the Finance and Oil ministries.
Ethiopian Airlines and Kenya Airways battle for dominance over the skies of Africa, but it looks Like Ethiopian Airlines is edging ahead with some bold strategic moves.
The political tension in Guinea-Bissau has eased after Prime Minister Carlos Gomes Junior resumed duties after being held bymutining soldiers last week.
Ramada group is to construct eight new hotels in Morocco as part of the country's plans to attract at least 10 million visitors a year by the end of this year.