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The Kenya Tourism Board (KTB) has attributed the growth of tourism
business in the country to a strong partnership from the private sector.
According to KTB, the joined partnerships with the private sector
especially in familiarization tours to key attractions across the
country and trade forums has greatly assisted in minim… read more
A while ago, I had the pleasure of lecturing the Master students at
the International School of Hotel Management, Les Roches Marbella in
Spain. Whilst on the Rooms Division Management class, we discussed the
importance of Customer Service or, as I call it, Customer Care!
Whilst running my own business andcoaching my clients on sett… read more
TAAG Angola Airlines is expanding its range of services. From 11 December 2023, the Angolan national carrier will be adding more frequencies to Namibia (Windhoek), the Republic of Congo (Pointe-Noire), São Tomé (São Tomé) and Mozambique (Maputo) from Luanda, Angola.
The annual regional travel fair, East African Regional Tourism Expo (EARTE), opened on November 20 at the Kenyatta International Convention Centre (KICC) in Nairobi.
The expo, which brought together over 250 exhibitors, is scheduled for November 20-22. The EARTE aims to showcase the region's diverse tourism offerings to consumers an… read more
Zambia Railways Limited has recommenced its train operations between Livingstone in the Southern Province and Mulobezi in the Western Province. The service, suspended in May due to the unsafe condition of Bombwe Bridge, resumed on November 14 following successful repairs funded by the government.
Engineer Fred Mwila, the Acti… read more
South African Airways (SAA) has announced that it will suspend services from OR Tambo International Airport (JNB) in Johannesburg to Kamuzu International Airport (LLW) in … read more
The first-ever Botswana Tourism Investment Summit will be held in the
capital city, Gaborone, from the 22nd to the 24th November 2023.
Organised jointly by UK-based International Tourism Investment
Corporation (ITIC) and Botswana Tourism Organisation (BTO) in
collaboration with World Bank Group’s International Finance… read more
This information was made public on Monday 20 November 2023 by Abderrahmane Berthé, Secretary General of AFRAA, on the second day of the 55th General Assembly of African Airlines, which is being held in Kampala and ends this Tuesday.
The South African Revenue Service (SARS) has announced that it has finalised the second phase of the implementation of the South African Traveller Management System (SATMS)… read more
Africa's aviation industry is facing a major problem that is having a serious impact on its operations and regional connectivity: stranded airline funds. At September's count, an alarming $1.68 billion in airline revenues remained blocked across the continent, out of a global total of $2.36 billion.