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  • Uganda: Road Carnage Bad for Tourism [editorial]


    As Uganda prepared to host an important tourism meeting, the 39th African Travel Association (ATA) congress, which has just ended, a nasty accident on November 4 claimed the lives... Read more »

  • Gambia: Gambia Tourism Officials Tour Europe to Allay Ebola Fears

    Daily Observer

    The Ebola epidemic has resulted in a massive economic downturn of a number of countries in West Africa. The Gambia is one of them, where the number of tourist's arrival has... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Netherlands to Boost Zim Tourism

    Zimbabwe Standard

    Netherlands is keen to support growth of the Zimbabwean tourism sector after agreeing to fund international exhibitions run by the Zimbabwe Tourism Authority (ZTA). Read more »

  • Uganda: Gantone to Amplify Uganda's Tourism Sector [opinion]


    As tourism becomes a cornerstone of Uganda's economy, one strategy adopted by the Ministry of Tourism, Wildlife and Antiquities and Uganda Tourism Board is to establish regional... Read more »

  • Kenya: Kenya, TZ to Enforce Tour Operators' Deal

    Capital FM

    The government has pledged to ensure smooth implementation of the 1985 bilateral agreement with Tanzania which allows tourist vans to drop tourists at convenient points between... Read more »

  • Kenya: Miss Tourism Elgeyo Marakwet Finale

    The Star

    The grand finale of the Miss Tourism Elgeyo Marakwet was held at Tambach Teachers college on November 8. Read more »

November 17

  • Kenya: Tourism Lessons for Kenya From Seychelles

    Capital FM

    Lying about 1,500 kilometres east of mainland Africa, the Republic of Seychelles is an idyllic archipelago nation, with the smallest population of 90,000 in the continent. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Mzembi Eyes 2 Million Chinese Tourists

    The Herald

    TOURISM and Hospitality Minister Walter Mzembi has targeted to attract at least 2 million visitors from the 200 million outbound Chinese travellers into Zimbabwe by 2020. Minister... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Govt Officials Assess Mega Park Progress

    The Herald

    Government officials from Zimbabwe, Botswana and South Africa met in Beitbridge last week to discuss progress made towards establishing the Greater Mapungubwe Transfrontier... Read more »

  • Kenya: Kenya Wins Bid to Host World Tourism Congress Next Year

    The Star

    KENYA has won the bid to host the Association of Tourism Association world congress next year, Tourism Cabinet secretary Phylis Kandie has said. Read more »

  • South Africa: Limpopo Tourism Calls for Lilizela Awards Entries

    The Limpopo Tourism Agency (LTA) together with South African Tourism has called for entries for the 2015 Lilizela Awards. Read more »

November 16

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