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Angola Angola gives itself two years to certify Catumbela and Lubango airports

Angola welcomes an average of 3.5 million air passengers per year, of which around 70% are handled by the Luanda hub (Quatro de Fevereiro) alone. Backed by its geographical position, the Portuguese-speaking country wants to multiply its gateways and attract more international passengers.

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AA Travenews New Chiawa Safaris experience has star power

Chiawa Safaris, a collection of luxury safari camps in the Lower Zambezi and South Luangwa, will debut its Star Drift experience and Star Bed tower when it opens for the 2023 season on May 1.

The Star Drift experience includes a romantic floating private dinner on the Zambezi River aboard a custom-built pontoon boat followed … read more

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Nigeria Hospitality and Tourism sector will boom with Sanwo-Olu’s Return…Sunmonu

President,  Nigeria Hotel and Catering Institute (NHCI), Mr. Gbenga Sunmonu, says his association is over joyed at the reelection of governor Babajide sanwo-Olu for a second term in office.

According to him, his selection will have a multiplyer effects on growth of Hospitality, Tourism and catering businesses in the state.

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Liberia A potential Tourist site lies in ruins

In other countries, the gravesites of their first Presidents are historical sites, and tourists come from all parts of the world to see them. However, it is not the case in Liberia as the first President of Liberia, Joseph Jenkins Roberts, and his entire family's graves are abandoned by the government and are lying at the historic … read more

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Botswana Botswana wants to scrap passport requirement for Zimbabweans

Botswana President Mokgweetsi Masisi is flirting with a proposal to allow nationals of the two countries to use national identity cards (IDs) to enter either jurisdiction.

Currently, citizens from both countries require valid passports for cross-border travel. According to media reports emerging from Botswana at the week… read more

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