October 20

October 19

  • Uganda: Rwanda in Tag Team With Uganda

    EA Business

    Uganda Tourism Board (UTB) together with the Uganda High Commission in Kigali recently organised a tour operators' workshop in Kigali. Read more »

  • Uganda: Tourism Firm Taps Into Kampala Nightlife


    As part of the innovations to market the country's tourism potential, Kampala city nightlife has become one of the items on the tourists' menu. Read more »

  • Rwanda: O'connells Irish Bar's Exclusive Menu for Alcohol Drinkers

    New Times

    Regulars at the Nyarutarama-based Manor Hotel know it for its three specialty restaurants-Silk, for Chinese; Shere Sardar, for Indian, and Marco's, for Italian. Read more »

  • Nigeria: The Rising Clamour for Privatisation of Airport Infrastructure [opinion]

    This Day

    The Nigeria airport terminals were in sorry state for decades until 2011 when the federal government began massive remodeling projects to rehabilitate airport facilities and build... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Ebola the Most Destructive Event in African Tourism History [interview]

    This Day

    Ikechi Uko is publisher of African Travel Quarterly and convener of Akwaaba African Travel Market. Demola Ojo asked him a few questions on Ebola and its effect on the tourism... Read more »

  • Uganda: Babirye Wins Miss Tourism


    With no hesitation, Patricia Babirye Ntale answered the questions fired at her by the judges. They were random and unexpected questions such as "what is the name of the elephant at... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Minister Wants Journos to Spin Zim Tourism Story

    New Zimbabwe

    DEPUTY Information Minister Supa Mandiwanzira last week urged local journalists to provide positive information on Zimbabwe to counteract negative coverage by what he termed... Read more »

October 18

October 17

  • Nigeria: House Urges Govt to Lift Sanctions On Emirates, Qatar Airlines

    This Day

    The House of Representatives Thursday urged the federal government to grant Qatar Airways landing rights to operate at the Malam Aminu Kano International and Dr. Nnamdi Azikiwe... Read more »

  • Africa: Aviation Generates U.S.$428 Billion in Africa

    This Day

    The Director General of Airport Council International (ACI) World, Angela Gittens, has said that aviation generated $428 billion in Africa and provided 12, 894 jobs in 2012. Read more »

  • Egypt: Tourism Minister Meets With Delegation of China-Arab Exchange Association

    Egypt Online

    Minister of Tourism Hisham Zazou has met with a delegation of "China Arab Times" newspaper, which is issued by the China-Arab exchange association within the framework of its issue... Read more »

  • South Africa: Value of City Brands to Be Discussed At SA Competitiveness Forum


    Brand South Africa will host the second annual South African Competitiveness Forum (SACF) on 4-5 November 2014 at EY (Ernest and Young) in Sandton. One of the topics to be... Read more »

  • Ethiopia: Council Endorses Bills On Establishment of National Parks


    The Council of Ministers has endorsed draft bills prepared for the establishment of national parks. During its 75th ordinary session on Friday, the council passed the bills for the... Read more »

  • Zambia: Tourism Bonanza

    Times of Zambia

    THE tourism industry will receive a boost with a strong contingent of Italian tour operators and journalists expected to visit Zambia soon to sample the country's vast tourism... Read more »

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