Pointe Noire

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Jean-Pierre Thystère Tchicaya - Political Career After 1990
... His best showing was in Kouilou Region (which includes Pointe-Noire, the country's second-largest city and economic capital), where he obtained 28% of the vote and placed ... He was elected as Mayor of Pointe-Noire in July 1994, serving as Mayor from August 1994 to October 1997 ... was elected to the National Assembly in the 2002 parliamentary election as the RDPS candidate in Pointe Noire's Mvou Mvou constituency he won the seat in the first round with 68.55% of the vote ...
Maya-Maya Airport - Airlines and Destinations
... Libreville, Lomé Benin Golf Air Cotonou, Pointe-Noire Camair-Co Douala Ceiba Intercontinental Airlines Malabo Ethiopian Airlines Addis Ababa, Kinshasa-N'Djili Equatorial Congo Airlines ...
South Atlantic Air Ferry Route In World War II - Overview - Central African Air Route - Congo Transport Group
14th Ferrying Group) Name Location Coordinates Notes Pointe Noire Airport Pointe Noire, French Equatorial Africa 04°48′48″S 011°53′09″E / 4.81333°S 11.88583 ... Airport) (247 miles (398 km) from Pointe Noire ...
Pointe-Noire
... Pointe-Noire is the second largest city in the Republic of the Congo, following the capital of Brazzaville, and an autonomous department since 2004 ... It is situated on a headland between Pointe-Noire Bay and the Atlantic Ocean ... Pointe-Noire is the main commercial centre of the country and has a population of 715,334 (2007), expanding to well over 1 million when the entire ...
CMKC Group - Main Company Projects - Railway
... in total) connecting Brazzaville (the administrative capital) to Pointe Noire (business hub) via Ouesso and Djambala as well as rehabilitation of existing line (512 km) connecting Brazzaville to Pointe Noire that ... Djambala-Pointe Noire - Constructing 500 km new line ... Brazzaville-Pointe Noire - Rehabilitating 512 km existing line ...

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