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  • Destinations

Namibia Tourism Board Namibia’s impact soars at 2024 WTM Africa

Namibia left a profound mark at 2024 World Travel Market Africa, shining a spotlight on the expansive tourism potential of the Southern Africa nation. The event experienced a remarkable surge in attendance, with a notable 53% increase compared to the previous year, signaling a bright future for the African tourism industry.… read more

  • Rail

Rail TAZARA TAZARA: Boosting Operational Capabilities, Enhancing Regional Integration

In a recent interview with Railways Africa Magazine, at the Land-Linked Zambia 2024 event, Bruno Ching’andu, Managing Director of the Tanzania-Zambia Railway Authority (TAZARA), provided significant insights into the ongoing efforts to revitalise the TAZARA railway system, which is jointly owned by the governments of Zambia and Tanzania. He high… read more

  • Miscellaneous

SouthAfrica WTM WTM Africa 2024: Voices from the trade floor on opening day

This year’s World Travel Market (WTM) Africa got underway at the Cape Town International Convention Centre in South Africa.

As has been the convention in successive events, the opening day was characterized by a beehive of activities as both exhibitors and buyers from all over the world converge at the continent’s biggest tourism … read more

  • Cruise

Cruise NCL African itinerary aboard Norwegian Dawn reveals need for cruise infrastructure

One cruise passenger’s experience of the South African and Indian Ocean itinerary with Norwegian Cruise Line aboard Norwegian Dawn highlights the need for greater investment in cruise infrastructure on the continent.

Allie Hubers sailed aboard Norwegian Dawn from Mauritius to Cape Town in January, one of nearly 30 cruises she… read more

  • Destinations

Gambia Plans in the offing to bring back Scandinavian tourists to Gambia

The Minister of Tourism and Culture, Abdoulie Jobe, has revealed that plans are afoot to attract Scandinavian tourists (Sweden and Demark), to destination Gambia once again, following a considerable spell of dwindling presence.

Scandinavian tourists ‘discovered’ the Gambia and constituted the bulk of tourist … read more

  • Cruise

Cruise MSC MSC Splendida causes traffic jams in Cape Town as season winds down

MSC Splendida is the largest cruise ship ever to homeport in South Africa, and as she respositions from Durban to Cape Town for the remainder of her SA cruise season, she’s bringing traffic to a stop in the Mother City.

MSC Splendida stops traffic with her immense size not only because the general public travel to Table Bay H… read more

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