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  • Liberia: Who's in - Who's Out - Sirleaf's Cabinet Travel Ban Deadline Ends

    FrontPageAfrica

    Sirleaf's one week deadline mandating officials of government ministries, Agencies, Public Corporations, Commissions, and Parastatals to return home in wake of the deadly Ebola... Read more »

  • Ethiopia: Ambassadors Are Crucial in Promoting the Tourism Sector

    Ethiopia Government

    The Ministry of Culture and Tourism has said that Ethiopia's Ambassadors play crucial role in promoting the country as a tourist destination and in building up the positive image... Read more »

  • Kenya: Elephants May Be Wiped Out By 2024, New Study Shows

    The Star

    Elephants could become extinct if illegal wildlife trade, which has reached alarming levels is not checked, a new report has warned. The study, published in yesterday's issue of... Read more »

  • North Africa: Maghreb Visitors Boost Tunisia Tourism

    Magharebia

    Tunisia's tourism sector rebounded this summer, thanks in large part to the continuous trickle of Maghreb vacationers, especially Algerians and Libyans. Read more »

  • Kenya: 20 Hotels Remain Shut As Tourism Takes Hit

    Capital FM

    At least 20 hotels have closed down in the coastal region since May this year following issuance of several travel advisories that have seen a reduction in the number of tourist... Read more »

  • Zambia: Zambia On Course to 1.2 Million Tourist Target

    Times of Zambia

    ZAMBIA is on course to attain the projected 1.2 million international tourist arrivals by the end of the year despite the Ebola epidemic. Read more »

  • Namibia: Warm Beer, Lousy Food and Bad Service [opinion]

    New Era

    The past week I was fortunate to travel through some parts of Namibia as part of my job. We started in Otjiwarongo where I attended training and I was really impressed by the level... Read more »

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