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  • Travel-tech

SouthAfrica Vodacom Vodacom business In Nigeria and other African countries

A Mauritius based company, inq., formerly known as Synergy Communications, has expanded its horizon into Nigeria by acquiring Vodacom business in the country and two other African nations.

The company in a media statement yesterday, mentioned Zambia and Cote D’Ivoire as the two other countries it had acquired Vodacom b… read more

  • Flights

Namibia Air Namibia Air Namibia resumes commercial activities

Air Namibia is finally rescheduling its commercial flights. The Namibian national company announced this Thursday, September 17, the resumption on Sunday, of its domestic connections. The routes concerned are those departing from Windhoek-Eros, and going to Ondangwa, Oranjemund, Luderitz, Rundu and Katima Mulilo, and that between L… read more

  • Destinations

Zambia Zambia Travel Borders Officially Open

Zambia travel is open to foreign nationals, however, according to the US Embassy in Zambia, the Government of Zambia has suspended all tourist visas until further notice. Travelers arriving with a visitor visa or applying for a visitor visa on arrival for non-essential purposes will not be permitted entry despite Zamb… read more

  • Flights

Zambia Proflight Proflight expands cargo services

Proflight Zambia has expanded its cargo services by designating some of its fleets to operate dedicated cargo flights. The cargo flight are between Lusaka (Zambia) and Johannesburg (South Africa). The decision comes as a result of people across the globe try to avoid unnecessary air travel due to COVID-19

The dedica… read more

  • Flights

Zambia Zambia Airways obtains its air operator certificate

Zambia Airways takes one more step towards starting operations. The future national company obtained its air operator certificate (CTA) on September 9. The announcement was made by Minister of Transport and Communications, Mutotwe Kafwaya.

“The establishment of the national airline and the investments made by the government i… read more

  • Flights

Zambia Proflight Proflight Zambia opens all-cargo line to South Africa

Overwhelmed like all airlines in the world, by the drastic drop in demand for passenger flights, Proflight is turning to freight to stay the course. To do this, the main Zambian company launched on September 1, a cargo route Lusaka - Johannesburg. The transport of goods between the Zambian capital and the South African city is doneread more

  • Destinations

AA Travenews Here is the list of the most impressive waterfalls

Waterfalls have long captured the imaginations of intrepid travellers and adventurers the world over — the meandering waters of a river gushing over a high precipice to create a vision of power and glory. While there are myriad magnificent waterfalls across the planet, here are some of the global classics and less-eulogised natural marvel… read more

  • Flights

Zambia Proflight Higher capacity on Lusaka to Ndola route

Proflight Zambia has announced to increas the capacity on the route between Lusaka (LUN) and Ndola (NLA).

As of 7th of September the airline will provide a morning flight and as of 13th of September also a mid morning operations.

  • Miscellaneous

African Tourism Board African Tourism Board Chairman concern for women

African Tourism Board ChairmanCuthbert Ncube presents his take on the role of women in Africa, and specifically in the African Travel and Tourism Industry. This was recorded during the Tourism Sector Value Chain Webinar by ATB on Monday, August 31.

Cuthbert Ncube is the current chairman of the African Tourism Board. He was th… read more

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