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  • Tunisia Strives for Successful Tourist Season

    Magharebia

    Tunisia is seeking to benefit from the achieved political success by promoting a new image for its tourism through social media. Read more »

  • UNWTO Spurs Tourism Growth

    Financial Gazette

    THE Zimbabwe Council for Tourism (ZCT) says the country's tourism industry significantly benefitted from hosting the United Nations World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO) general... Read more »

  • Work Permits of Two Foreign Hotel Managers Cancelled

    AIM

    Mozambican Labour Minister Helena Taipo has revoked the work permits of two foreign managers of the Cardoso Hotel in Maputo. Read more »

  • City Hotels Halve Charges for Makandiwa Guests

    New Zimbabwe

    AN estimated 10 000 strong foreign delegation to charismatic prophet Emmanuel Makandiwa's Easter Judgement Night in Harare this weekend has seen city hotels and lodges slash their... Read more »

  • Free Entry to Kenya's Museums Friday

    Capital FM

    All Museums will on Friday be opened to the public free of charge as Kenya joins the world in commemorating the International Monuments and Sites Day. Read more »

  • Gauteng Tourists Urged to Get Day Pass for E-Tolls

    SAnews.gov.za

    The South African National Roads Agency Limited (Sanral) is urging tourists, who will be visiting Gauteng during the Easter long weekend, to get a day pass before using the... Read more »

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