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Angola Operators see Tourism Potential in Southern Angola

Economic operators Wednesday stressed in an internet forum that the tourist potential of southern Angola could attract thousands of international tourists into the country, a fact that will boost the tourist industry and the diversification of the economy.

With the support of a virtual "zoom" platform, an initiative of the Portal Hotéis de… read more

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Somalia Somalia to Resume domestic flights

Somalia is set to open the domestic flights after a suspension caused by COVID19.

The federal government of Somalia said that domestic flights will resume later this week with tough rules given by the health ministry. Minister of Transport and Civil aviation of the federal government of Somalia Mohamed Abdillahi Salat Omar sa… read more

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AA Travenews Travel journalist survey reveals promising outlook for tourism recovery

Flight bans and country-wide lockdowns due to COVID-19 have grounded most travel activities around the world – including travel reporting. However, a new survey of global travel journalists reveals a positive outlook for travel recovery and a return to travel journalism.

The poll of 300 travel journalists worldwide conducted by FINN Partne… read more

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AA WorldFlight Cargo via Frankfurt Airport

The global coronavirus outbreak has rapidly changed the airfreight business. Import volumes at Frankfurt Airport (FRA) have risen sharply, while exports have stagnated. Transfer cargo has almost been eliminated. There has also been a noticeable shift in the shape and type of shipments towards small, loose packages. In tandem with its part… read more

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Botswana Botswana: Ministry to Revive Tourism Sector

The Minister of Environment, Natural Resources, Conservation and Tourism Ms Philda Kereng says her ministry is in the process of reviving the tourism sector. Speaking during the COVID-19 media updates on June 2, she said they had to think outside the box to ensure that they mitigate the negative effects brought about by COVID-19 pandemic.… read more

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Kenya Kenya's Tourism Lobby to publish four 'Opening' Protocols

The tourism sector in Kenya is working on four protocols that will ensure a safe reopening and maximum impact of the $56 million stimulus package injected by the government.

The protocols will involve hotels, tour guide companies, airlines and the standard gauge railway, and are expected to be ready before the end of cessation of mo… read more

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Cabo Verde Flag Cabo Verde to welcome international tourists in July

Cabo Verde is the latest destination to open to international travellers in July.

The West African country, famed for its rugged beaches and volcanoes, will welcome tourists to their country to pick up the pieces following Covid-19. According to, the country depends heavily on tourism as a catalyst for economic grow… read more

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Tanzania Tanzania: Let's Put More Emphasis On Domestic Tourism

TOURISM industry has been going through a difficult time in the wake of Covid-19 lockdown rules and restrictions. However, Tanzania's recent decision to open up her skies and tourist destinations has offered some light at the end of the tunnel. The tourism season kicked off with the first passenger flight, packed with tourists arriving in the co… read more

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AA Travenews Dubai malls will open as of tomorrow

The authorities at the United Arab Emirates’ business hub, Dubai, began easing COVID-19 restrictions in late May, and some retail and wholesale businesses re-opened recently, subject to social distancing, along with cinemas and gyms.

Today, Dubai officials announced that the emirate will allow the full re-opening of shopping … read more

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Zimbabwe Matobo National Park: One of Zimbabwe’s oldest buildings has been destroyed

The Rhodes Stables, a National Monument and one of the oldest buildings in Zimbabwe, has been burned down by a fire on 31 May 2020. According to the Bulawayo City Council fire brigade, the building was found severely damaged with the wooden mezzanine floor consumed by fire and rafters collapsed, but roofing sheets still intact. The police are ye… read more

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