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  • Attractions

Gambia Imam Sait Matty Tomb - Most Visited Tomb in Destination Gambia

The tomb of Jihadist Imam Sait Matty Bah, which is located in Bakau is one of the most visited Senegambian tombs.

It is built at the former Sunswing Hotel now Sun Beach Hotel in Cape Point, Bakau.

The tomb, built over century ago is about six meters walk from the gate of the hotel. From the gate you will directly see th… read more


  • Accomodation

AA Travenews How technology is transforming the future of revenue management for hotels

If you ask any hotelier these days, “What is your focus now that demand for travel is returning?”, invariably, their answer will allude to improving pricing strategy and sales and enhancing revenue management capabilities.

Why?

Because the hospitality industry grapples with extremely high customer acquisition costs - … read more



  • Rail

Rail Namibia TransNamib TransNamib To Upgrade Rail, Locomotives

TransNamib of Namibia has embarked on the rehabilitation and maintenance of the railway line as part of plans to improve the company’s ability to operate and move freight safely.

Abigail Raubenheimer, Corporate Communications Manager at TransNamib says the Namibian government as the owner of the railway infrastructure has rea… read more


  • Cruise

Cruise Cruise Cape Town’s cruise economy rebounds

After three disastrous years, the cruise economy is back. More than 239 cruise ships are expected to dock in Cape Town between October 2022 and April 2023. The arrival of the first passenger vessel of the season, Hanseatic Spirit, at the Port of Cape Town on October 18 signaled the start of a bumper cruise season and a much-needed … read more


  • Miscellaneous

AA WorldFlight Open Skies - African Nations to pilot Single Air Transport Market

Intra-African air travel under the Single African Air Transport Market (SAATM), an initiative of the African Union to create a unified air transport market in Africa, is edging closer to reality, after 17 countries committed to a pilot programme.

At a meeting in Dakar on November 14, the ministers of transport and aviation from Cabo… read more


  • Flights

UK Ryanair After Morocco, Ryanair aims to serve Egypt and Libya

Ryanair is far from finished with its records. From 168 million passengers expected this year, the Irish specialist in expensive flights is aiming for 185 million in 2023. It wants to achieve this by increasing the density of its flight programmes and by exploring new niche markets, notably in Egypt and Libya.

In th… read more


  • Beyond Africa

Ghana Ghana: Sunyani Airport Phase II Rehabilitation to Begin in 2023

Inaugurated in 1974, Sunyani airport in Central Ghana is one of the oldest in the country. This hub, recently reopened after 6 years of work (phase I), plays an essential role in opening up this agricultural part of the country.

Phase II of the rehabilitation of Sunyani airport, in the centre of the country, should begiread more



  • Destinations

Zambia ZTA Zambia targets 1.5 million tourists in newly launched Marketing campaign

The Zambia Tourism Agency (ZTA) is targeting over 1.5 million international tourists as part of its 2023 marketing plan to accelerate recovery in the southern African nation.

The Agency, on Tuesday 29th November launched the 2023 Marketing Plan for Destination Zambia, which is an initiative to create integrated and holistic strategi… read more


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