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DRC Democratic-Republic-of-the-Congo Meet Didier M’Pambia, DR Congo’s new minister of tourism

The Democratic Republic of Congo has a new Minister of Tourism in Didier M’Pambia, a businessman as well as marketing, public relations, events and PR expert.

President Felix Tshisekedi named Didier M’Pambia as part of the new cabinet to begin his second term mandate. M’Pambia replaces Didier Mazenga Mukanzu who replaced Modero… read more



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Zimbabwe Zim starts processing e-passports in SA

Zimbabwe has started processing e-passports for its citizens in South Africa, with a newly refurbished building now set for commissioning after the conclusion of the elections in that country.  The issuing of the e-passports follows President Mnangagwa's directive that such documents should be accessible to all Zimbabweans reg… read more


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Ethiopian Maun becomes second Ethiopian Airlines’ destination in Botswana

Ethiopian Airlines Group, one of the fastest-growing global airline brands and Africa’s largest airline, has announced the commencement of services to Maun, its second destination in the Republic of Botswana after Gaborone, as of 10th, June 2024. The inaugural flight departed from Addis Ababa Bole International Airport (ADD)… read more






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Zimbabwe Tourism registers huge upturn in visitors

Zimbabwe's tourism sector is experiencing a remarkable resurgence, as evidenced by the significant increase in international arrivals who visited the country during the first quarter of this year. Figures from the Zimbabwe National Statistics Agency (ZimStat), show that 409,979 foreign travellers entered Zimbabwe in the quarter to … read more


  • Flights

Ethiopian Ethiopian Airlines resumes daily flights to historic Axum

Ethiopian Airlines Group, Africa’s largest airline, proudly announces the resumption of daily passenger flights to the historic city of Axum starting on June 9, 2024. This follows extensive maintenance work on the airfield and terminal facilities, costing 290 million Ethiopian Birr (ETB).

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