Latest News for: Africa limousine


RTA and Uber join hands to impart better training to chauffeurs in Dubai

Gulf News 07 Sep 2021
Dubai’s Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) has signed an agreement with Uber, an e-hailing service provider, to enhance the training of chauffeurs of RTA limousines ... As such, this agreement with Uber opens a new channel that will contribute to the happiness of residents using taxi and limousine services.

Pap Saine pays homage to Deyda Hydara in receiving “Most Respected Media CEO” Awards

The Point 22 Jul 2021
Africa’s Most Respected Media CEO, Mr. Pap Saine, was chauffeured in a limousine from the hotel reception to the event grounds ... On days like these, Mr ... He has been the longest serving stringer for Reuters news agency in West and Central Africa (45 years now). Mr ... Saine as “Africa’s Most Respected Media CEO” awardee ....

Taxi & Limousine Software Market to Register Substantial Expansion by 2026 & Key Companies like ...

The Sentinel Newspaper 02 Apr 2021
The study is a critical assessment of the global Taxi & Limousine Software market landscape. This research helps the client to understand the current situation of the Taxi & Limousine Software market while considering the past and the future of the market ... 9 Middle East and Africa’s Taxi & Limousine Software by Countries.

‘Kingmaker’ finds much more to Imelda Marcos than shoes

Boston Herald 29 Nov 2019
MOVIE REVIEW. “THE KINGMAKER”. Rated R. At AMC Loews Boston Common ... As she drives in her limousine through Manila, she hands out cash to children. She once imported doomed animals from Africa, displacing local people for her “safari park.” We are reminded that she was once Miss Philippines and that young officer Ferdinand proposed on their first date.

The unholy cost of a sacred death

Mail Guardian South Africa 10 Jul 2019
Did the most liberating thing today &  decided to skip that funeral ... Rockets anyone?. — Khaya Sithole (@CoruscaKhaya) June 30, 2019 ... As one follower put it ... But luxuries at funerals, such as limousines, have to do with “class” and people showing off their “status”, he said. Funeral policies are ubiquitous in South Africa ... .
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