Nigeria: Niger Delta Governors Raise Concern Over Development in Oil Region
At a time governors of the Niger Delta region, ministers and other stakeholders are raising concern over development in the oil region, the House of Representatives yesterday… Read more »
Kenya: Galleria Mall Says It Cannot Pay Bank Loans
The owners of Galleria Mall are back in court seeking to evict cash-strapped retailer Nakumatt, arguing that the supermarket's presence in the shopping complex is killing its… Read more »
Nigeria: With El-Rufai's Report, Fresh Controversy Trails Oil Revenue
By exhuming the 'politically buried' onshore/offshore dichotomy debate, the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) has started another round of controversy over territorial… Read more »
Kenya: KTB Pushes for Change of Tack in County Tourism
Kenya Tourism Board (KTB) wants county governments engaged in formulation of a national calendar of events that help attract tourists to their jurisdictions. Read more »
Kenya: Insecurity Killing the Once Vibrant Tourism Industry [opinion]
Sitting in a corner in his shop at the Malindi Tourist Curio Market, 33-year-old James Matiro ponders his next move. Read more »
Kenya: Kenya's Tourism, Hotel Industries Boosted By High Rankings
Reputable travel website TripAdvisor has rated Nairobi as a top world destination and named two Kenyan hotels among the best in Africa. Read more »
Nigeria: Taraba Approves N104 Billion Budget for 2018
The Taraba State House of Assembly has approved N104.2bn as the 2018 budget for the state as against the proposed estimate of N98bn earlier presented by Governor Darius Ishaku. In… Read more »
Kenya: Tourism Sector Grows By 20% in Election Year to Net Sh120 Billion
The Tourism sector defied poll jitters to post a 20.3 percent growth in 2017 recording Sh120bn revenue up from Sh99bn in 2016. Read more »
Rwanda: Could Golf Be the New Tourism Frontier for Rwanda? [analysis]
The country's only golf facility, the Kigali Golf Club, is the youngest in the East African region, and one of the youngest in the world. Established 30 years ago, it is still work… Read more »
Liberia: 'Our Govt Is Broke'
President George Weah touched on lots of issues of national importance including the state of the Liberian economy and even shed light on the amount of money collected in 2017 by… Read more »
Nigeria: Foreign/ Local Building Materials, Which One Does Nigerians Prefer?
The penchant for foreign building materials by Nigerians are on the increase, recent survey by Daily Trust has shown. This is due largely to the belief that anything made in… Read more »
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