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31 August 2016

Tourism Ministers of BRICS nations to meet in Khajuraho

Tourism Ministers of BRICS countries will meet at the world famous temple city Khajuraho for a two-day long conference from September 1. Besides India, the Tourism Ministers of Brazil, Russia, China and South Africa will take part in the conference to deliberate on issues related to tourism, an official release said today. On the first day of the meet a presentation will be made on the Indian Tourism Ministry’s ‘Atulya Bharat’ campaign by Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Rajast…

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31 August 2016

USAID Hands over Management Plans of National Parks to Angola

The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) has handed over management plans for two newly-created Angolan national parks in Menongue, Angola on Monday. The two new parks, Mavinga and Luengue-Luiana, are located in the Kuando-Kubango Province of South-East Angola and encompass 6.8 million hectares. The effective management of these new parks will secure Angola’s natural resources for the benefit of nearly 12,000 people living within the park’s five main settlemen…

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30 August 2016

Call for bids to develop accommodation facilities in Uganda

Uganda Wildlife Authority (UWA) is looking to identify and enter into concession agreements with eligible investors to develop and manage accommodation facilities. The request for bids includes developments in the Murchison Falls Conservation area and Queen Elizabeth National Park. The investment opportunities include 30-bed mid-budget accommodation at Rabongo, 40-bed mid-budget accommodation at Bugungu, and the construction of a 40-bed high-end accommodation facility at Karuma. In Queen Eliza…

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30 August 2016

Houston Travel Marketing to host Nordic roadshow

Houston Travel Marketing’s Spotlight on Africa roadshows will again take place in Finland, Sweden, Norway and Denmark from November 21-25. The roadshows offer Southern African inbound operators, hotels and lodges an ideal  opportunity to meet and negotiate with  a large number of Nordic tour operators who sell programmes to African destinations. “Previous Spotlight Nordics exhibitors have always been impressed with the quality of the attendees, enabling them to meet with …

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30 August 2016

Minister Derek Hanekom Engages With Tourism Stakeholders in Free State

The Minister of Tourism Derek Hanekom, jointly with the MEC for Economic, Small Business Development, Tourism and Environmental Affairs in the Free State Sam Mashinini had an engagement with tourism stakeholders in the Free State, in an effort to strengthen working relations with key partners in the tourism sector in the province. This stakeholder's engagement coincided with the launch of Tourism Month also taking place at the Gariep Dam. The launch at the damn affords the media to show sh…

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29 August 2016

Atta office closed for ban holiday

Monday, August 29 is a bank holiday in UK and our offices will be closed.

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26 August 2016

Equatorial Guinea looking for tourism opportunities

Atta has received a request from the Department of Tourism in Equatorial Guinea. They are looking for an experienced company in tourism for the start-up of Equatorial Guinea in the tourism industry. They are looking for tourism coming from the following countries: Denmark, The Netherlands, Finland, Sweden and Germany.  If any of Atta members are interested, please get in touch with Paz Sota Beta quoting Atta as a reference. Tel:  +240222 672799 Email. sururipaz@gmail.c…

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26 August 2016

European airline adds Namibia to network

KLM Royal Dutch Airlines will expand its scheduled services in Africa to include Windhoek, Namibia, from October 30. The schedule for its three existing weekly flights to Luanda, Angola, will be adapted to make it possible to fly on to Windhoek and back after a short stopover. The flights will use a 243-seat Airbus 330-200. Flight KL0575 will depart Amsterdam on Tuesdays, Fridays and Sundays at 22h45 and arrive in Luanda at 07h30 next day. At 08h45 it will continue on to Windhoek, arriving at …

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26 August 2016

New conference to highlight opportunities in Africa

Opportunities and pitfalls of the Southern African hotel industry will be the focus at the inaugural Tourism, Hotel Investment and Networking Conference – THINC Africa – in Cape Town from September 6-7, hosted by HVS, the global hospitality consulting and valuation firm. HVS has stepped into the gap left by the Tourism Business Council SA when it cancelled its annual Hotel Investment Conference Africa (HICA) this year due to management restructuring. According to Tim Smith, HVS Cap…

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25 August 2016

Atta Africa Financial Update

Key commercial and political activity in Africa for private equity investors by DCE Partners, UK Private Equity advisors to Atta. Executive summary: South Africa in the lead again.  The Rand’s recent gains were compounded this week by municipal election results showing a more competitive political scene, as the ruling ANC lost three “metro” municipalities to opposition coalitions. Despite municipalities having little influence on macro-economic indicators, the capit…

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25 August 2016

Airlink launches second Bulawayo flight

Airlink has added a second flight between Johannesburg and Bulawayo. The new flight will be available for travel from September 5 and will depart OR Tambo Monday to Friday at 06h25 and arrive at 07h45. The return flight will depart Bulawayo at 08h05 and arrive in Johannesburg at 09h30. Airlink will also increase its capacity over Christmas with an additional afternoon flight that will operate every day except Saturdays. This flight will be available for travel from December 12 to January 15. I…

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25 August 2016

Jambojet Launches Pre-Departure Notification Service

Kenya’s low cost carrier Jambojet has teamed up with 15 below to launch a new service to enhance passenger experience and streamline business operations. 15below is a privately-owned software development company based in the United Kingdom that creates systems and workflows to manage travel services. The automated pre-departure notification service will enable the carrier to communicate pre-flight information such as online check-in times; cross-sell baggage; and seat selection to passen…

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24 August 2016

Dubai to inspire Ugandan tourism with regional road show

Dubai’s tourism bureau, together with 14 of its Dubai-based partners and Ugandan tour operators, are set to embark on a road show across three East African cities. The multi-destination trip will start off in Kampala this Wednesday. Issam Kazim, Dubai Tourism’s CEO, said the purpose of the road show is to help local tour companies learn how to market Uganda as a leading tourism destination. "The potential of Uganda as a source of market is positive,” he said in a stateme…

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24 August 2016

Indian Michelin-starred chef flies to SA to cook for charity

Marking the start of a week-long affair which will see 14 celebrity chefs collaborating with seven leading sommeliers to create gastronomic feasts for ticket holders, the fourth annual Chefs who Share charity fundraiser for youth development will begin at the Maslow Hotel in Johannesburg on 19 September 2016. Among the international culinary wizards are the Michelin-starred chef Vineet Bhatia, who is the talent behind LUX* Belle Mare’s famous Indian Cuisine restaurant Amari by Vineet, an…

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24 August 2016

Key tourism and trade road now 80 percent complete

A major road in Kenya, important for both trade and tourism between Kenya and Tanzania, is now reportedly 80 percent completed and will be ready by March next year. The stretch of road between Voi and Taveta at the Tanzanian border must have been one of the worst in the country and hampered access of tourists to key conservation areas like Lake Jipe, Grogan's Castle but also to Lake Chala and the more remote parts of Tsavo West. Passing through the Taita Hills, where Sarova Hotels' two…

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23 August 2016

Conference tourists to double in 2016 in Kenya

Tourism Cabinet Secretary Najib Balala projects conference tourism to grow significantly in 2016 owing to the huge conferences being held in the country that include the Tokyo International Conference on Africa Development (TICAD). Balala projects conference tourists will hit 130,000 by the end of 2016 up from the 77,000 recorded in 2015. The year 2014 recorded 44,000 conference tourists. He says the government is also working on infrastructure in the counties to see Kenya sell the conference …

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23 August 2016

Sixth SETE Conference to position SA as sports and events tourism destination

The sixth edition of the Sports and Events Tourism Exchange (SETE) Conference, a dynamic business-to-business platform that is aimed at positioning South Africa as a sports and events tourism destination, is set to run from 25-27 October 2016 at the Protea Hotel Fire&Ice! Menlyn. The two and a half-day Conference will focus on the importance of partnerships looking at a global public-private partnership case study and its impact on the establishment of convention and event bureaus in South…

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22 August 2016

New visitor centre opens in Mozambique

Mozambique's Ministry of Culture and Tourism has opened an office in Maputo. The office is on the site of the newly renovated Tunduro Botanical Gardens in the central Baixa area of the city. It will serve as a base for tours as well as an information point for events and will be operated by the Ministry’s marketing arm, INATUR. It employs five full-time staff and acts as a base for a variety of tour guides and operators A curio shop and a café serving Mozambican specialities a…

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22 August 2016

More airlines expected to service Uganda

Five international airlines are expected to introduce flights to Uganda. Uganda’s Civil Aviation Authority Marketing Manager, Tom Wasswa, said Air Europa, Iberia, Royal Air Maroc, Air China and Air Arabia were expected to operate flights to Entebbe International Airport soon. Wasswa also revealed that the revival of Uganda Airlines was awaiting a final decision from the Ugandan cabinet. He made the remarks in Kampala when he was updating tour operators and hotel owners on the progress of…

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22 August 2016

Rivers To Be Tourism Hub Of Nigeria, Soon – Amachree

A stakeholder in the tourism industry in Nigeria, Chief Mike Amachree says Rivers State would soon be a tourism hub in Nigeria. Amachree, who is also known as Mr. Tourism of Nigeria made the assertion while addressing some tourists from South Africa at his Brooklyn Tourist Centre, East/West Road, Rumuosi, Port Harcourt on Wednesday. According to him, the present government in Rivers State under Governor Nyesom Wike has given tourism priority attention as they it is  building more tourist …

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19 August 2016

FCO Travel Advice: Malawi

Malawi travel advice 17-08-2016 15:54 PM GMT Latest update: Entry requirements - you need a visa to enter Malawi as a visitor and can find details of the application process on the Malawi High Commission website; you’re strongly advised to get a visa before travel; if you can’t get a visa before travel, you can get a visa on arrival at any port of entry, however you may require a pre-authorisation visa letter from the Malawi Immigration Department; for more information check with t…

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19 August 2016

Ethiopian Takes Delivery of its Second Airbus A350 XWB

Ethiopian Airlines has taken another leap forward by receiving its second Airbus A350 XWB, which arrived at Addis Ababa Bole International Airport on Tuesday, August 16, 2016. Since June 30, 2016, Africa’s First Ethiopian A350 dubbed “Simien Mountains”, has been flying to various African destinations, the Middle East, and recently to London, adding a new level of comfort to its valued customers. Source: eTN

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19 August 2016

African Bush Camps expands offering in Okavango

African Bush Camps will rebuild Khwai Tented Camp as a modern, spacious camp and also open a new tented camp, accommodating families early next year. The new family camp, Khwai Leadwood, will offer two family units, accommodating four people each, and two standard suites built on raised decking. The tents will be en suite, with indoor and outdoor showers and flush toilets. The new camp will accommodate a maximum of 12 guests and will include a full solar power farm and a sewerage purity system…

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18 August 2016

North West Tourism On Customer Care

Customer care good for tourism growth "Frontline staff is the face of every institution". This is the message that was preached to frontline staff, which includes receptionists, customer and guest relations officers and many others officials who welcome guest most of the Tourism establishments in the North West province. Officials were taken through a two days workshop on customer service by the Provincial Department Tourism as a way of improving service excellence within the tourism…

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18 August 2016

Brian Fillery

Brian G Fillery It is with great sadness that we report the death of Brian Fillery, the owner of Tomjachu Bush Retreat in South Africa.. Brian died on August 9th, aged 66, after a brief fight with cancer..Our thoughts and prayers go to his children Tom. Jack and Hugo, their names combining to make "Tomjachu". Relentlessly fun and generous, he will be sorely missed.

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18 August 2016

Kenya’s Tourism Grows at a Rapid Pace

Kenya tourism is growing at a rapid pace. Tourism in Africa is up overall, according to a Virtuoso report, but Kenya is one of the continent’s brightest spots. According to an article in the Daily Nation, Kenya has, in 2016, recorded the largest growth in tourist bookings globally. The findings were announced at Virtuoso Travel Week in Las Vegas, saying that “Kenya was among the ‘hottest’ upscale holiday destinations in 2016, owing to its exclusive amenities, rare exper…

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18 August 2016

Atta Africa Financial Update

Key commercial and political activity in Africa for private equity investors by DCE Partners, UK Private Equity advisors to Atta. Executive summary: Kenyan banking woes. Small banks continued to struggle for cash in the money markets last week despite the sector registering healthy overall liquidity levels, forcing the CBK to inject Sh12.8 billion (US$130 million) into the banking system in support. In a statement from the CBK, the market remained relatively liquid on account of governme…

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17 August 2016

KTB eyes regional markets as digital platforms boost tourism

Kenya Tourism Board (KTB) is keen to develop markets in Africa as numbers from the West dwindle. This is because markets in the region are not sensitive to issues such as security.  Western countries have grown overtly sensitive to insecurity and have time and again issued travel advisories against Kenya. This is according to the new KTB Chairman Jimi Kariuki. Mr Kariuki told Weekend Business in an interview that the board’s marketing strategy will particularly target landlocked cou…

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17 August 2016

Workshop on travel and tourism opens in Kumasi

A workshop to equip the West African travel and tourism industry to effectively sell holiday travel packages to South Africa has opened in Kumasi. Dubbed: “The 2016 Annual South African Tourism West Africa Roadshow,” the event is to bring together players in the travel and tourism industry to discuss how best they can engage operators in West Africa and South Africa to promote the booming tourism business in South Africa. The Kumasi workshop would be replicated at the Kempinski Gol…

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17 August 2016

Sale of Lalibela Heralds New Era

The recent sale of Lalibela Game Reserve, together with substantial parcels of farm land adjacent to Lalibela, is seen as a major vote of confidence in South Africa's Eastern Cape game lodge industry as a whole. Land Acquisition Not only is the “Big 5 area” of Lalibela increasing in size, but the acquisition of an additional 2,000 hectares adjacent to the existing 5 area, means that Lalibela now has a pristine wilderness range that will be used as a breeding area, and to r…

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16 August 2016

RwandAir set for Abidjan launch

It is not just the addition of new aircraft and the launch of long haul flights, which has put RwandAir into the spotlight of African aviation of late. With the arguable youngest fleet on the continent, RwandAir is a high flyer by any standards and with two brand new Airbus A330 aircraft and two new Boeing B737-800NGs having arrived in Kigali, the airline is expecting to significantly raise the number of destinations across Southern and West Africa to help fill the long haul flights to Mumbai …

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16 August 2016

Conference tourism boosting Kenya’s brand equity

There is no disputing that the soft white sandy beaches that line Kenya’s 536 km long Indian Ocean coastline, and our national parks, reserves, conservancies and sanctuaries that are abundant with flora and fauna, are the main tourism attractions in our country. Other tourism products including cultural tourism, heritage tourism, eco-tourism, adventure tourism, golf tourism, marine tourism and water-sports tourism, underpin the diversity of attractions that Magical Kenya offers to all tr…

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16 August 2016

Kenya tops world in tourist bookings, says travel firm

Kenya has in 2016 recorded the largest growth in tourist bookings globally, says American-based luxury travel network Virtuoso. The agency boasts 390 members and more than 11,400 elite travel advisors in 40 countries across North America, Latin America, the Caribbean, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Africa and the Middle East. Virtuoso said Kenya scored 59 per cent, followed by Iceland (56), Saint Martin (39), China (35), Ecuador (34), Japan (32), South Africa (28), Tanzania (27), Croatia (25) and Jamai…

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15 August 2016

Celebrating World Elephant Day

Today is World Elephant Day, an occasion to celebrate these magnificent animals and draw attention to the challenges they still face. Two reports released in time for next month's CITES* conference show that elephant poaching in Africa is leveling off, and even decreasing in some areas. While there have been some big successes in recent years (including a 79% reduction in poaching in Kenya over the past 3 years, thanks largely to the strong efforts of many of Tusk’s project partners…

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15 August 2016

World Lion Day: Rwanda in efforts to reintroduce lions

On the 10th August 2016, the One Health Approach of conservation (OHAC) celebrate the World Lion Day and appreciate conservation efforts in the region and especially in Rwanda. Dr Jean Felix Kinani is the founder and executive director of One Health Approach for Conservation (OHAC), an organization that focuses on research, training, consultancy and creating One Health and Conservation awareness. He has been working as a wildlife veterinarian and field epidemiologist across the Great Lakes Reg…

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15 August 2016

Cabinet approves MoU with South Africa for cooperation in tourism

The Union Cabinet on Wednesday approved a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) signed between India and South Africa in the field of tourism. The approval was given at a cabinet meeting chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The MoU between the two countries was signed on July 8 this year, a government release said. "The MoU between the two countries would help in expanding bilateral cooperation in the tourism sector and also exchange the information and data related to tourism," it a…

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12 August 2016

2020 Forecast shows steady, positive tourism growth for SA

South Africa’s tourism industry is predicted to grow steadily as the number of foreign visitors into the greater African continent is expected to increase according to a projected outcome for 2020. Though the continent has had its fair share of challenges, specifically in SA, in 2015 alone, there was a reduction in the global economy and in SA, the amendments to the country's visa regulations had a major impact on both the hotel industry and tourism sector.  The tourism sector o…

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12 August 2016

South African Tourism's #RollingInRands activation

Event's travel sector report looks at a recent South African Tourism activation, which was developed with agency BD Network. Concept South African Tourism wanted to showcase why the country's rand offers phenomenal value for UK consumers, making it a great time to experience the destination. It aimed to surprise and delight its target audience, enabling them to experience this great value for themselves in a fun, engaging and positively disruptive way. The organisation created the Sout…

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11 August 2016

Atta Africa Financial Update

Key commercial and political activity in Africa for private equity investors by DCE Partners, UK Private Equity advisors to Atta. Executive summary: Africa’s economic prospects in the face of declining commodity prices largely depend on its level of openness and integration with the rest of the world through trade and investment. Several studies recently have shown that loose ties and connections, and low levels of economic integration remain constraints on the continents economic p…

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11 August 2016

Announcing the 2016 Cape Leopard Trust Fundraising Event. 20th August 2016

Following successful fundraising events for The Cape Leopard Trust hosted by Leopard's Leap in previous years, the 2016 12th birthday event on Saturday, 20 August 2016, promises to be an even more novel and dynamic experience consisting of a luncheon with a strong sustainability message and an eclectic conservation-inspired art auction. “The Cape Leopard Trust is on a mission to create a deeply meaningful and interactive luncheon this year, that carries a valuable sustainability mess…

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09 August 2016

Indian Exim Bank Supports Ghana’s Railway Construction

Ghana has secured financial support from the Indian Exim Bank to construct a railway line from Tema port to Akosombo. The railway line will link northern parts of Ghana through the Volta Lake transport service.  The Minister of Transport, Fifi Kwetey says that the project will greatly develop the transport sector. “The construction of the Tema-Akosombo railway line is a very important project for the country. It will take freight straight from the Tema harbor through Akosombo to go …

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09 August 2016

Tourism Management Symposium to be held in September

The University of Pretoria (UP), the Dean of Economic and Management Sciences and the Division of Tourism Management will host a morning of high-level presentations, panel discussions and robust debate on South Africa’s accessibility as a tourist destination at the Tourism Management Symposium in September. Presenters and panellists include Minister of Tourism, Derek Hanekom, and Prof Dimitrios Buhalis, from Bournemouth University in the UK (one of the world’s leading academics on …

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08 August 2016

Tourism sector growing

According to the Zimbabwe Tourism Authority (ZTA) first quarter report, tourist arrivals rose to 450 572 from 387 557 recorded during the same period last year. The increase in the numbers was recorded in arrivals from all the source markets except the Oceania. Mzembi said the growth in the tourism sector was sign posted by Finance minister Patrick Chinamasa in his 2015/2016 national budget presentation where he stated that the sector was going to lead in projected sectorial growth by 4,1% ahe…

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08 August 2016

Upgrade, expansion for Tanzanian airport

The Tanzanian government is upgrading Dodoma Airport to enable it to handle larger aircraft. Tanzanian Minister for Works and Transport, Prof Makame Mbarawa, says the work will be completed in six weeks’ time. The expansion of Dodoma Airport comes barely a month after Tanzanian President, John Magufuli, said he would make sure that government administrative offices were moved to the capital city within his five-year tenure. It also comes after the country’s Prime Minister, Kassim M…

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08 August 2016

Renovated museum to reopen in September

The National Museum and Art Gallery in Gaborone is undergoing renovation and is expected to re-open ahead of Botswana’s Independence Day, on September 30. The country will be celebrating fifty years of independence. The renovation is focussed on improving the poor lighting of the museum and will include retiling the museum. Source: TU

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05 August 2016

Iberia is back – hopefully with more Spaniards

Industry remains hopeful that the resumption of services between Johannesburg and Madrid, with three weekly flights, will increase the number of visitors from the Spanish market to South Africa. Arrivals from Spain are up 19%, year-to-date, according to the arrival statistics for May from Stats SA. “I’m sure that Iberia will make those numbers grow,” said Juan Ignacio Sell Sanz, Spanish Ambassador to South Africa. “With our flight from Johannesburg to Madrid, we will be…

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05 August 2016

FlySafair commences Lanseria operations

FlySafair has begun flight operations at Lanseria International Airport. Commencing on August 1, FlySafair now operates flights from Cape Town and George to Lanseria. The first flight to Lanseria from Cape Town was marked with a water canon salute. “It’s such an exciting event that even our competitors outside are excited,” said Elmar Conradie, Safair CEO, in reference to Mango’s baggage refund voucher of R250 for FlySafair customers. The airline’s move to include…

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04 August 2016

FCO Travel Update: Rwanda

Rwanda travel advice 02-08-2016 14:35 PM GMT Latest update: Entry requirements section - update to price of visa on arrival

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04 August 2016

Atta Africa Financial Update

Key commercial and political activity in Africa for private equity investors by DCE Partners, UK Private Equity advisors to Atta. Executive summary: There is an anticipation that deal making in the oil & gas sector will grow in Africa - strong growth, rising demand and limited competition for deals are driving increased interest in Africa. With US$971.4bn of PE dry powder from June 2016 still to be deployed, EY’s survey, Capitalizing on opportunities: Private equity investment i…

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04 August 2016

Zim to host inaugural China Africa Tourism Conference

Zimbabwe is set to host the first ever China-Africa Tourism Conference scheduled for March next year in Victoria Falls, a move that seeks to position Zimbabwe as one of the preferred Chinese friendly destinations. In a statement, the Zimbabwe Tourism Authority (ZTA) said the conference will be hosted by Chinese Friendly International, led by Dr Kurt Grotsch in collaboration with ZTA from 22 to 23 March 2017. Dr Grotsch is the Dean of Catedra, a Chinese think-tank comprising over 150 academics,…

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03 August 2016

Here's how you can help put SA's trails on the (Google) Map

If you’ve always dreamt of helping to put our beautiful country on the map now is your chance – quite literally. Cape Town based travel company Drive South Africa has partnered with Google through the Google Street View camera loan program to capture 360-degree Street View imagery of South Africa’s top wilderness, cultural and historic sites for Google Maps. And so far, the initiative has been a roaring success. In just six weeks, 22 volunteer trekkers have already covered ov…

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03 August 2016

Kenya to host 180 buyers for travel expo

At least 180 hosted buyers from around the world are expected to participate in this year’s Magical Kenya Travel Expo (MKTE), taking place in Nairobi from October 12 to 14. According to Kenya Tourism Board (KTB) Acting MD, Jacinta Nzioka, the board is targeting 180 hosted buyers for this year’s Expo compared with 160 in last year’s show. KTB also hopes to register 150 exhibitors, up from 122 in last year’s expo and increase trade visitors to 250 from 160. Of the 160 hos…

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01 August 2016

Kenya Airways cedes Malindi route to subsidiary Jambojet

Information has been received that Kenya Airways will halt their direct flights from Nairobi to Malindi and instead will Jambojet, the KQ low cost subsidiary, fly the route twice a day as of Monday 01st of August. It is yet to be established if passengers booked from African or overseas destinations with tickets on to Malindi will be uplifted under a commercial arrangement or on a code share deal come Monday next week, which would make sense, given the demand from Eastern Africa, Europe and th…

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01 August 2016

Air Botswana updates Cape Town - Kasane schedule

Air Botswana has changed its schedule for Cape Town-Kasane flights. Flight BP336 departs Cape Town on Wednesdays and Fridays at 09h30 to arrive in Gaborone at 11h30. Flight BP022 departs Gaborone at 12h15 and lands in Kasane at 13h45. BP023 departs Kasane on Sundays and Mondays at 13h30 and arrives in Gaborone at 15h30. Flight BP333 then departs Gaborone at 16h30 and arrives in Cape Town at 18h30. As Kasane is more a leisure than a business destination, same-day return flights are not availabl…

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