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South African Airways (SAA) resumed flight operations on Sept. 23, 21 months after it entered South Africa's business rescue process and following an extended grounding related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
SAA’s first scheduled flight was an early morning take-off on Sept. 23 from Johannesburg (… read more
Intra-African flights are gradually returning to normality as travel restrictions are eased. With this momentum, Airlink, Southern Africa's leading regional carrier, is spreading its wings to the east of the continent.
Airlink, Southern Africa's largest regional carrier is gradually rebuilding its network. The airline inau… read more
South African Airways (SA, Johannesburg O.R. Tambo) will need to operate a more modern wide-body fleet on intercontinental routes and engage in more c… read more
The upcoming African Union (AU) Heads of State and Government Summit which Zambia is scheduled to host in July next year, will have significant benefits for the tourism industry.
The meeting will not only raise the country's profile on international travel industry but also stimulate interest as a destination of choice for holiday and glob… read more
The African Members of the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) have
met in Cabo Verde to strengthen their cooperation and advance plans for
recovery and sustainable growth.
The 64th meeting of the UNWTO Regional Commission for Africa (CAF)
saw 23 countries represented on the island of Sal, with 21 Ministers of
Tourism joining five… read more
South African Airways (SAA) is set to take off on September 23,
almost a year and a half since it grounded due to the pandemic and
SAA and Comair resuming operations and subsequently an oversupply of flights will lead to cheaper tickets. SAA will operate flights from Johannesburg to Cape Town, Accra, Kinshasa, Harare, … read more
The NGOs say that if the mine goes ahead, it will not only risk contaminating water for communities in both Zambia and the neighbouring Zimbabwe, but for the entire Zambezi delta.
“We believe mining activities should be restricted to happening in mining areas of the country and should… read more
Minister of Tourism, Culture and Wildlife, Michael Usi made an impromptu visit to R & L farm and game ranch at Bunda Lilongwe on Wednesday, 1st September, 2021 where, among others, he advised the owner of the establishment to follow the laws that govern the keeping of wild animals on private ranches.
The minister said the private ranch… read more
According to the findings of the Twenty-Fifth Annual Southern Africa Regional Climate Outlook Forum (SARCOF-25), most member states of the Southern African Development Community (SADC)* are likely t… read more
Ethiopian Airlines has been the fastest-growing airline in Africa over the past decade or so. It has succeeded where many other airlines have struggled, largely due to a strong plan set out in 2010. In December 2020, it won the best African airline award in the Decade of Airline Excellence Awards. How has it risen to this level?
Ethiopian … read more