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  • Flights

Morocco suspends air traffic with Cameroon, Argentina and 4 other countries

Not a week goes by without Moroccan airspace shrinking visibly. In its last update of March 17, the Kingdom of the Kingdom of Morocco decided to suspend flights to and from 3 countries in Africa, 2 countries in Europe and 1 country in America.

The ban, in effect for an initial period of 3 weeks, affects Cameroon, Mozambiqueread more



  • Accomodation

Wilderness Safaris Nominated in Travel + Leisure's 2021 World's Best Awards

Wilderness Safaris has been nominated in the Best Hotels and Best Safari Outfitter categories of the coveted 2021 Travel + Leisure World's Best Awards. Showcasing its dedication to conservation tourism in Africa, a total of 34 of its world-renowned camps have been listed in the Best Hotels category. Readers and travellers who believe in W… read more



  • How is it opening a safari lodge during the pandemic

    Red Carnation Hotels, part of the Travel Corporation group of companies founded by South Africa natives Stanley and Beatrice Tollman, recently opened its first safari camp, the luxury Xigera in Botswana. Senior editor Jeri Clausing talked with the Tollman's son, TTC CEO Brett Tollman, about the new property and his outlook f… read more


    • Miscellaneous

    Myra Sekgororoane bids final farewell to Botswana Tourism Organisation

    The founding CEO of the Botswana Tourism Organisation (BTO), Myra Sekgororoane has been announced to depart the organization after two years since her return to the organisation.

    Myra was reappointed to head BTO in 2019 after a brief hiatus earlier.

    BTO Board Chairman, Boitumelo Sekwababe said in a statement that Myra will le… read more



    • Destinations

    SA to reopen 20 land border crossings

    South Africa will reopen 20 land border crossings to allow normal travel, lifting restrictions which formed part of wide-ranging measures to slow the spread of surging coronavirus infections, Home Affairs Minister Aaron Motsoaledi said Saturday.

    President Cyril Ramaphosa announced on Jan.11 that 20 land border posts coming in… read more



    • Travel-tech

    Africa’s Most Traded Currencies in 2020

    The currency of a country tells you a substantial amount about its economy as well as living standards of the people. As diverse as the African continent and her countries are, so are the currencies which see high daily volumes of trade.

    Tunisian Dinar (TND)

    The … read more


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