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AA WorldFlight Will Corporate Travel see a growing demand for Tech?

As the world moves into the second year of coping with COVID-19 and the many changes and consequences that the virus has brought about, traveller confidence remains a key focus for corporate travel managers. The question is, how can travel suppliers do their part to restore and nurture traveller confidence? According to research, the answ… read more

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Zimbabwe Tourism Sector to recover by 2022

The tourism sector is paying a huge price due to global and national travel restrictions meant to curb the spread of Covid-19 with recovery for sector that has suffered 25 percent hotel occupancy decline expected in 2022. The statistics were availed by the Hospitality Association of Zimbabwe (HAZ), which also called on Government to consi… read more

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AA Travenews Avoya Travel sees first signs of recovery and makes plans for 2021

Avoya Travel, one of the travel industry’s most innovative brands, experienced a significant increase in sales in the fourth quarter of 2020 compared to previous months during the COVID-19 pandemic, with December seeing the best month of sales since April of 2020. In addition to the optimism surrounding vaccines and the pent-up demand for… read more

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Kenya Technology unlocking trade value in East Africa

Is it too soon to be optimistic about an economic revival in East Africa following the devastating impact of COVID-19 on the global economy?

The latest data – and the region’s continued focus on transforming its key industries, sectors, and infrastructure through technology – is giving me hope that the economic outlook is brightening.

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AA Travenews The unvaccinated fear restrictions for travel and public access

As Americans wait to get vaccinated, a majority have stressed serious concerns about the security of their personal data related to the COVID-19 vaccination process, as well as access to travel destinations, public businesses and even their own place of employment. This is according to the 2021 Vaccines and Privacy Study of 1,000 American… read more

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Tanzania The Tourism Ambassador debate

Tanzania was recently dragged willy-nilly into a debate on social media on whether or not it was prudent to name a foreigner as the country's goodwill tourism ambassador. In this matter, Tanzania is not alone. Social media platforms in Kenya have likewise been immersed in debate after the English model, actress and businessw… read more

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AA Travenews Five ways traveling can help you grow as a person

Ever since the dawn of time, our brain was wired to gather knowledge and evolve. And while school is the go-to place to improve your academic knowledge, it doesn’t do much when it comes to teaching you about life, or careers for that matter.

Discovering yourself and improving your skills is something you will have to do on your own, withou… read more

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AA Travenews Enhancing intra-African tourism

In a world where tourism was experiencing exponential growth - at least before the viral Covid-19 pandemic started to wreak havoc on national economies and humanity across the world last year - Leina had embarked upon a mission to inspire "Africans to travel within their own continent..."

For all practical purposes, this amounts to 'intra-… read more

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AA Travenews What is Slow Travel?

Before the world’s travel came to a shocking halt, did you ever come home from a long awaited holiday feeling more exhausted than you were before you left? Many travellers live hectic, stressful lives, and the frantic pace only continues while they’re on a trip as they rush from one tourist attraction to another. But there’s a grassroots … read more

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SouthAfrica SAA Quite dark around SAA

A photo recently surfaced on social media, depicting the current condition of SAA’s administrative headquarters, and painting a bleak picture of the situation at the national carrier.

South African Airways’ headquarters in Johannesburg looks like an abandoned building, with the photo being circulated showing a section of the buildin… read more

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