At least 34 people have been killed and many left wounded and homeless in Morocco after the Northern African country was hit by heavy rains and floods this week. The Moroccan transport sector is so far the hardest hit.

Crisis hits Air Zimbabwe

China to finance Ethiopian rail construction

New Djibouti port is "all about Ethiopia"

Ethiopian government reveals another ambitious economic plan

Air Arabia: Low-cost revolution in Middle East and North Africa

Ethiopian Airlines negotiates with Djibouti to restore flights

Congo train disaster death toll rising

Congo: Tragic train crash leaves several dead

Series of chaos cripple South Africa’s transport services

Ethiopia Railway finally gets Chinese funding after Indian delay

Ethiopian Shipping lines set to get heavy loan from China

World Bank eyes India as Africa rail partner

Ethiopia: No more crucial plane services for organizations

Ethiopia: Ethiopian Airlines postpones Airbus purchasing order?

South Africa braces for fuel shortages... Officials cry foul

Ghana: Stop the irresponsible carnage !

Nigeria to invest heavily in transport sector to achieve European standards

Nigeria and Congo move toward Maritime agreement

Virgin Airlines in talks to sell out of Nigeria

More flights between EU and West Africa

Moroccans concerned as government increases fuel prices

Hijackers seize Jordanian ship off the Somali coast

South Africa to develop rail system for 2010 world cup

Nigerian President promises air safety

Algerian Minister addresses the sad state of African transport

Algiers Declaration adopted by African transport ministers

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