Africa: Mozambique mulls online visa issuance to boost tourism

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As part of a strategic bid to boost tourism, the Mozambican government is developing plans to introduce online visas to encourage tourists to enter the country, APA can report on Saturday.The announcement was made by Mozambican Prime Minister, Carlos Agostinho do Rosário, during the Tourism Gala held on Saturday under the slogan “Turismo somos nós” or We are Tourism. Mozambique […]

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Africa: Mozambique, Zim sign air transport agreement

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The national airlines of Mozambique and Zimbabwe can now fly between the two countries without any barriers, under an agreement signed in Maputo last week by Mozambican Transport Minister Carlos Mesquita and his Zimbabwean counterpart, Joel Matiza. The agreement allows the two airlines to fly from one of the countries to the other without any kind of limitation. According to […]

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New Tourism Destination in Mozambique opens up with New road and fresh Animals from South Africa

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More than 2 000 animals from KwaZulu-Natal and Swaziland are on the move in a major wildlife shifting operation – to boost tourism in a depleted game reserve near the Mozambique capital, Maputo. Over the last six years, about 1 700 animals have been moved to the Maputo Special Elephant Reserve – once home to large groups of elephant, rhino […]

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Minor Hotel Group Plans 50 Hotels in Africa

The Minor Hotel Group (MINT) has tabled an ambitious plan to operate 50 more hotels in Africa within the next five years. With high-end hotels planned for thriving cities including Cape Town, Johannesburg, Lagos and Abuja, the multi-million Rand plan will treble its current footprint. “At the moment we have 25 hotels in Africa and we want to grow by […]

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Malaysian Airlines debris planted as a secret military operation says Expert

Three possible pieces of debris from the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 discovered this year on beaches in the west Indian Ocean did not just wash up naturally on the shores — but were “planted” there deliberately by a person or persons unknown as part of “a tightly focused military operation,” a prominent expert on the bizarre case of the […]

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223 new malls expected in Africa by 2018 – Report

By 2018, 223 new shopping centres are expected to be opened in Africa, a report from Sagaci Research has revealed. Forty are billed for Egypt, 25 in Nigeria, 20 in Kenya, 15 in Ghana, 14 in Angola and 13 in Morocco, According to the group, a market intelligence firm dedicated to African markets, the total surface area by 2018 would […]

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Maiden initiation introduces girls to early sex and prostitution

By Michael Sainato and Chelsea Skoje Sitting from left: Yvone Kambiza, 16, Alinafe Naison, 19, Catherine Julio Funsani, 21, and Katrina Kampingo, 15, who were underage brides sit on March 7, 2015 inside a hall at the Gender Equality and Women Empowerment (GEWE), a local organization whose objective is to fight early marriages and teenage pregnancies at the Mponela Trading Center in the […]

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