The annual Sanlam Top Destination Awards expands this year with the addition of the Water Sustainability Award.
Taking place in Abuja, Nigeria from June 04 – 06, the 61st Meeting of the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) Commission for Africa saw 18 tourism ministers and key tourism stakeholders from 36 countries discuss how dependable statistics aid better tourism management.
Kenya Airways announced 26 additional weekly frequencies between its hub at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport and destinations across Africa and Europe for summer.
Zimbabwe and Zambia have agreed to set up a joint tourism facilitation committee to coordinate combined marketing campaigns and deliberate on issues affecting the sector.
Azamara Club Cruises is anticipated to stop in Africa for the first time, beginning in late 2019.
International Air Transport Association (IATA) and African Airline Association (AFRAA) signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) deepening their cooperation.
Joburg Tourism’s Convention Bureau team is delighted with the South African city’s improved International Congress and Convention Association (ICCA) rankings.
A new shared transfer platform, named Kariba Transfer Schedule, has been introduced in Zimbabwe to make it both easier and more affordable for tour operators and travel agents to book transfers for their clients.
Radisson Hospitality, part of Radisson Hotel Group, is adding a new territory to its expanding portfolio with the signing of Park Inn by Radisson Lusaka Longacres in Zambia.
Namibia’s Ministry of Environment and Tourism allocated NAD21.9 million (USD 1.75 million) of its 2018/19 budget to tourism development and gaming regulations, placing increasing focus on wildlife crime and tourism development.