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South Africa: Eat and Drink the City’s Best, All in One Parkwood Block

Jozi is big, taking up twice the area of New York City. And it's spread out. People from other South African cities don't always get that there are such enormously good food and drink places up here, but they are not all in one spot or down..

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Kenya: Kenya Welcomes Indian Travellers as Tourism Recovery Takes Shape

Nairobi — The tourism sector has received a major boost from the Indian market with a visit of about 300 tourists for an excursion of the country's tourism products. Last week, Kenya played host to 150 Indian travellers for a tour of attraction..

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Ethiopia: Residents of World Heritage Site Struggle to Recover

Lalibela, Ethiopia — The rock-hewn churches of Lalibela, cut and hollowed out by hand into monolithic structures, have stood for almost 900 years, it is thought. Last year, however, the U.N. expressed "serious concern" for their future as Lalibela be..

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Africa: Africa’s Tourism Operators Need Local Visitors

With international tourism still in a slump, African tour companies need local visitors to stimulate tourism. But many on the continent can't afford to travel. The Zambezi River meanders through the picturesque border region between Zambia and ..

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Liberia: Liberia Suffers Jet Fuel Scarcity

Monrovia — Conex Energy Inc., the sole company supplying jet fuel to airlines coming to Liberia has alerted the shortage of jet fuel in the region as a result of the Russia-Ukraine crisis. According to the company, its next consignment of jet fuel w..

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Gambia: Gambia to Showcase Culture and Tradition, Investment Opportunities At DC Cultural Tourism

According to a statement from the Gambian Embassy in Washington DC, more than 50 embassies will open their doors to Gambian culture, tradition, art, manufactured goods, and innovation at the forthcoming Washington D.C. Cultural Tourism slated for 7 M..

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Liberia: ‘Such Experience Had My Heart in My Mouth’ – Passenger Onboard SN Brussels Narrates Petrifying Experience At RIA

Monrovia — Experiencing the sudden abortion of landing by a flight almost hitting a dark runway was the "most horrific, terrifying and nerve-racking" incident ever faced by Sweetie Sharpe who was onboard Brussels SN2608 which had to hover over Liberi..

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Tanzania: Evicting People From Ngorongoro Conservation Area Is a Bad Idea, There Are Alternatives

The Ngorongoro Conservation Area in northern Tanzania is a spectacular area made up of expansive plains, forests and savanna. It's also home to a huge caldera - a depression that forms when a volcano erupts and collapses - known as the Ngorongor..

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Tanzania: Kagera RC Appeals to Residents to Promote Domestic Tourism

KAGERA Regional Commissioner (RC) Major General Charles Mbuge has appealed to residents and all Tanzanians to take a holistic approach for promoting domestic tourism in efforts to speed people's development. Equally, he tasked District Commissi..

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Zimbabwe: Diaspora Buoys Gateway Stream

RAINBOW Tourism Group (RTG) says the performance of its innovative digital services platform, Gateway Stream, has been significantly buoyed by the Diaspora community. The hospitality group said Gateway Stream had seen increased use of the digital pl..

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Nigeria: Nigeria’s Pristine Freshwater Ecosystems Need Protection Before They Are Lost

As human populations grow, pure freshwater systems are becoming rare around the world. Urbanisation and infrastructure development have had an impact on the natural environment in African countries, as elsewhere. Many species have become extinct. In..

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Uganda: CAA Says Entebbe Airport Runway Reopened After Rwandair Plane Is Removed

The Uganda Civil Aviation Authority has said the situation has returned to normal after a RwandAir plane had been removed from the runaway. On Wednesday morning, a RwandAir plane skidded off the runway at Entebbe Airport as it landed. The RwandAir ..

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