Friday, September 30, 2016

Ndege ya Ronaldo yapata ajali


Cristiano Ronaldo’s private jet has crash landed after its landing gear broke on impact.

The plane crash landed at Barcelona’s El Prat airport in what was described as a ‘terrifying accident’.

It is understood the plane's landing gear broke on impact, and a runway at the airport was closed.

 Eyewitnesses report that the plane's landing gear broke on impact with the runway, forcing emergency forces into action.

It is gathered that Ronaldo bought the plane in 2015, and leases it out for private clients.

Apart from the pilot who was reported to have sustained minor injuries from the incident, no other casualties was reported.

Thursday, September 29, 2016

Rwanda signs $818 million airport deal with Portuguese investor

Rwanda has signed a major deal with a Portuguese investor to begin construction of Bugesera International Airport (BIA) project at a tune of $818 million.

According to a government statement released on 1 September 2016, the deal is a joint venture between the government of Rwanda acting through Aviation Travel Logistics Holdings Limited (ATL) signed with Mota-Engil, Engenharia e Construção África, S.A.

The project has so far $418 million of initial investment and is scheduled for completion by December 2018 in its first phase, which will deliver a facility with a capacity to receive 1.7 million passengers every year.

Upon completion of this phase, extension works will be undertaken, to upgrade the capacity to 4.5 million passengers annually. The extension will require additional $ 400 million, bringing the total cost of the project to $818 million.

The agreement comprises of financing construction and operation of the airport project over a period of 25years with an optional 15 years extension.

Finance Minister Claver Gatete and James Musoni Minister of Infrastructure represented the government at the signing ceremony. 
 
Source: biznisafrica

Saturday, August 6, 2016

Wenger- Tatizo si fedha, nionesheni wa kumsajili

 
 
 
 
Kocha wa Arsenal, Arsene Wenger anasema, si tatizo kwake kusajili ila kuna mambo ya kuzingatia ukiwemo umri wa mchezaji, kipaji chake na bei ya kumuuza baadaye.

Wenger anasema, kwake tatizo si fedha ila anatafuta mchezaji mwenye vigezo vinne kikiwemo cha namna nyota huyo anavyoweza kuiboresha timu hiyo.

Soma hapo chini

It’s not the prices, it’s the players. At the moment I’m focused on the players we have. 
 
The money is never a problem if you have to pay what is requested. The price of a player is down to four ingredients. 
 
One is the talent, two his age, three is how much you expect him to improve your team, and four his resale value. 
 
If he ticks all four boxes then the price is not that important. You have to find the player.
 
Source:Arsenal

Friday, August 5, 2016

Chameleone: Diamond cha mtoto kwangu

Chameleone, a Ugandan, has branded Diamond an overrated artiste, adding that he is not as big as he claims. 

While appearing on NTV’s The Beat, the Badilisha hitmaker revealed that he is way bigger than the Tanzanian singer and that he can also hold sold-out shows in Tanzania.
“There is a difference between a TV musician and a stage musician. Diamond is not so big as many of you think, despite being famous on social media platforms like Instagram. When he came to Uganda, he was just in Club Guvnor. He can’t stage a sold-out show by himself in Uganda like me. I can fill stadiums in Tanzania (Diamond Platnumz’ country).” he said. 
 
Efforts to reach Diamond to react to the matter were futile as his management did not pick or respond to our messages. 
 
Source: http://www.sde.co.ke