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BURUNDI President, Évariste Ndayishimiye, has acknowledged efforts being taken by Tanzania and Zanzibar governments to promote economic, social and political transformations, saying his country has a lot to learn in its endeavour towards achieving development goals.
The Head of State made the remarks during his talks with Zanzibar P… read more
According to a media statement by Dr Kabelo J. Senyatso, the director at the Department of Wildlife and National Parks in … read more
”We crown the Best” is the focal media jingle of the prestigious National Association of Nigeria Travel Agencies (NANTA) Eminent Persons Award, slated for November 12 in Abuja.
Mrs Susan Akporiaye, President NANTA, disclosed that the Award overall mission is to celebrate industry achievers and role models, nothing that this year’s E… read more
MSC Cruises South Africa, the local subsidiary of MSC Cruises, has confirmed that the Durban Cruise Terminal is in the final stages of completion.
The R300-million cruise terminal is expected to significantly boost the local cruise sector and will be up and running during MSC Orchestra’s coming cruise season out of Durban.
In … read more
Following a two year tourism suspension globally as a result of Covid-19, tourism in The Gambia has now started as the country receives its first tourist flight for the 2021-2022 winter season on Friday - the Gambia Experience - being the first flight from the UK onboard 136 passengers.
The aircraft upon arrival was received by offi… read more
The flag carrier of France, Air France, has released its winter schedule 2021/22. The airline will add four new destinations to its network on departure from Paris C… read more
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) recently released its World Economic Outlook Database for October 2021 that features the organisation’s projected gross domestic product (GDP) growth for countries across the world. Here is how African economies are expected to perform over the coming two years, ranked according to anticipated growth in 2022… read more
After a long delay due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Mardi Gras has finally been christened in Port Canaveral, just a few months after she began carrying passengers for the first time. Mardi Gras was delivered to Carnival Cruise Line back in 2020, but she wasn’t able to enter service until July this year, and wasn’t able to be christen… read more
There are no two ways about it: the Airbus A330-800 is not a popular aircraft. Just 15 examples have been delivered or ordered across four airlines, while Airbus has one demo aircraft. Currently, only four aircraft are in commercial operation. With 11 routes until the year-end, the routes on which the A330-800 is used are far shorter on a… read more
The Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) has one of the worst performing civil aviation systems in Africa.
All airlines registered in the DRC are banned from entering the European Union. In recent years, the country has made considerable efforts to overcome several shortcomings.