11 May 2018

Angola: Tourism Minister Discusses Cooperation With South African Counterpart

Luanda — The Angolan minister of Hotels and Tourism, Angela Bragança, discussed in Durban, with her South African counterpart, Derek Hanekou, the reinforcement the bilateral cooperation, especially in the field of training, infrastructure creation and construction of resorts.

Angela Bragança is in the city of Durban, South Africa, where she participated in Africa's Travel Indaba, the most important tourism fair in Africa, whose exhibition ended (Thursday).

At the meeting, the minister invited her South African counterpart to visit Angola next year, within the framework of the Bitur-International Tourism Exchange of Angola.

In addition to the fair, the minister also attended a conference with seven other African ministers to address tourism in Africa, according to a press release from the Ministry of Hotels and Tourism, which reached Angop on Thursday.

More than 80 countries are present at Africa's Travel Indaba. In this edition it is celebrated the centenary of the birth of Nelson Mandela, former President of South Africa.

The Inkosi Albert Luthuli Convention Center hosted the exhibitions of gastronomy, culture, history, adventure tourism and the environment.

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