Tourism: Kenya to tap into the 62million pool of African Travellers with Meetings event

Kenya to tap into the 62million pool of African Travellers with Meetings event Kenya Tourism Board (KTB) has announced that it is banking on Nairobi’s status as a regional business hub to grow the country’s tourist numbers through conferences and events. Last year, conference tourism generated 14 per cent of total tourist arrivals to the country, and with the number […]

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Africa: Ethiopian Airlines Sweeps Awards at Africa Travel Awards as Top Travel companies in West Africa are honoured

Africa’s leading Airline Ethiopian Airlines shone like bright stars at the Prestigious Africa Travel Awards Dinner at Akwaaba African Travel Market held recently in Lagos. Ethiopian Airlines took home four of the 6 Airline Awards on offer at the dinner attended by the leading lights in Africa Travel and Tourism landscape. The Deputy Minister of Tourism and Hospitality from Zimbabwe […]

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African Community: African Union in Namibia to popularise Agenda 2063

The Director of Information and Research at the Ministry of International Relations and Cooperation, Bertha Amakali, says the majority of the general public has no basic awareness and understanding of the African Union Agenda 2063 and thereby invites interested parties to attend a workshop on the subject at Parliament Building on Wednesday. Three staff members from the African Union Commission […]

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African Union to welcome Haiti as First Diaspora full member in June

Haiti will officially become a member of the African Union at the next summit of the regional organization in June. According to this famous journalist from Benin, it was high time that African states make a strong gesture towards the first black republic. The news is almost unnoticed. Until then simple “observer”, Haiti, the first black republic in history, became, […]

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Africa for Africans through travel, trade

By Christopher Farai Charamba Richard Mullin once said: “The only man I envy is the man who has not yet been to Africa . . . for he has so much to look forward to.” Over the past few years the global perception of Africa has been changing. The Africa rising narrative coupled with the positive growth rates in many […]

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