Africa: Iran, S. Africa plan joint working group on tourism

Iran, S. Africa plan joint working group on tourism Iran and South Africa are planning to broaden tourism ties through forming a joint working group, which will be tasked with drafting a memorandum of understanding. Cultural Heritage, Tourism and Handicrafts Organization Director Zahra Ahmadipour highlighted the issue in a meeting with the visiting South African Minister of Tourism Derek Hanekom […]

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Africa: How Rwanda Private sector grew Tourism revenue from $26M to $300M in 8 years

Over the years, Rwanda’s tourism sector has recorded a significant growth and this is because there have been a number of initiatives put in place to realize the potential of this unique and powerful sector. Rwanda’s journey of development has seen the government position tourism as one of the priority sectors that cannot only contribute a lot towards the national […]

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NIGERIA TOURISM: “Unending Fumbling With Nigeria’s Tourism Policies “-Andy Ehanire

There has always been a glaring need to fathom some deep seated syndromes that have for long stagnated the charting of a clear, viable and sustainable policy direction for Nigeria’s Tourism development. How else can one explain our long exposure to various tourism models and having the privilege of huge financial resources, with no shortage of those professing the knowhow, […]

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