Gabon railway concession extended as investors fund expansion
Russian company to export Elephants to Africa
Angola to launch concession for Benguela Railway
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Construction begins on Nigeria-Niger line
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Kenya Railways to end SGR contract with Afristar
Nigeria approves $US 11.17bn Lagos – Calabar coastal line
Malaysian-built locomotive for the African freight market unveiled
Hyundai Rotem to supply EMUs and locomotives to Tanzania
While the first passengers are due to travel over a newly built section of the Tunisian capital’s RFR suburban network later this month, the government and its contractors are struggling to complete future phases of the programme. Christian Scasso investigates.
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