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- Sudan: Heavy Weather Diverts 12 Addis-Bound Ethiopian Flights to Khartoumvon Radio Dabanga am 28/07/2021 um 07:34
[Radio Dabanga] Khartoum -- Adverse weather conditions caused 12 Ethiopian Airlines flights bound for Addis Ababa to be diverted to Khartoum International Airport in Sudan on Sunday evening and Monday morning. All flights were able to depart later after weather conditions above the Ethiopian capital improved.
- East Africa: Fresh Bid to Market EA As a Single Tourist Destinationvon East African am 27/07/2021 um 11:07
[East African] Tanzania has agreed to an amended EAC Protocol on Tourism and Wildlife Management, paving the way for another attempt at marketing the region as one tourist destination.
- Zimbabwe: Emulate Victoria Falls Enthusiasmvon The Herald am 27/07/2021 um 09:42
[The Herald] HOSPITALITY Association of Zimbabwe (HAZ) Matabeleland North chair, Mr Anald Musonza, has urged tourism players in Victoria Falls to rally their counterparts in other destinations to mobilise citizens to take the Covid-19 vaccine.
- Zimbabwe: More Global Airlines Eye Zim Airspacevon The Herald am 27/07/2021 um 08:35
[The Herald] Zimbabwe's aviation sector is set for a boom, with authorities indicating that more global airlines are looking to fly into the country.
- Seychelles: Seychelles Halts Construction of New Tourism Accommodation On La Digue After Studyvon Seychelles News Agency am 27/07/2021 um 08:34
[Seychelles News Agency] A moratorium on the construction of new tourism accommodations on La Digue, Seychelles' third-most populated island, will come into force August 1, said a top tourism official on Monday.
- Kenya: Residents, Tourism Players See Better Days as Rift Lake Water Levels Recedevon Nation am 27/07/2021 um 08:28
[Nation] Fox Oduor, a tour guide in Baringo County, watched with horror as lakes Bogoria and Baringo rose in March last year, and with that, the end of the livelihoods of hundreds of people.
- Zimbabwe: Zimbabwe Launches AU Trusted Travel Platform for the Verification of Covid-19 Certificatesvon Africa CDC am 27/07/2021 um 05:57
[Africa CDC] The Government of Zimbabwe has taken note of the growing prospect of another wave in the COVID-19 cycle in the region. Such a wave could be worsened by the circulation of dangerous new variants from overseas. Zimbabwe, like most countries, has tried to minimise the risk of disease importation from the onset of the pandemic by requiring international travelers to produce evidence of a negative COVID-19 test at Points of Entry. However, as the risk grows, so does the critical need to strengthen the system an
- Kenya: Boost for Tourism as Eurowings Starts Flying to Mombasavon Capital FM am 27/07/2021 um 05:16
[Capital FM] Nairobi -- The Kenyan coast is set to receive more international tourists during the tourism peak season following the commencement of direct flights to the region by Eurowings Discover.
- Tanzania: Joy As Lufthansa Starts Flying Into Zanzibarvon Daily News am 26/07/2021 um 14:19
[Daily News] THE Lufthansa Group's new subsidiary, Eurowings Discover launched its inaugural flight to Zanzibar yesterday signifying efforts of reviving tourism that has been hit hard by the Covid-19.
- South Africa: Mango Being Jettisoned By Gordhanvon DA am 26/07/2021 um 13:35
[DA] The DA notes the announcement by the interim CEO of Mango, Thomas Kgokolo, today that Mango is to go into business rescue. This despite the appropriation of R819 million for Mango being signed off by President Cyril Ramaphosa on 6 July 2021, three weeks ago.
- Kenya: International Arrivals to Kenya Between January and June Declinesvon Capital FM am 26/07/2021 um 12:27
[Capital FM] Nairobi -- Kenya registered a 21.7 percent decline in the number of international arrivals between January and June 2021 compared to a similar period in 2020, according to a new report.
- Tunisia: First Rapid Rail Network Linking Tunis Station to Bougatfa Station, Launched Saturdayvon Tunis Afrique Presse am 26/07/2021 um 08:29
[Tunis Afrique Presse] Tunis/Tunisia -- The first train serving the E line of the Rapid Rail Network (French RFR), linking Tunis station to Bougatfa station (Sidi Hassine Sijoumi), was launched on Friday evening, two days before the initial date scheduled for the launch of this line, the Transport and Logistics Ministry said on Saturday.
- Egypt: Civil Aviation Minister Inspects Al Alamain Int'l Airportvon Egypt Online am 26/07/2021 um 08:26
[Egypt Online] Civil Aviation Minister Mohamed Manar inspected Saturday 24/07/2021 Al Alamain International Airport on the Mediterranean Northern Coastline in the New Alamein City.
- Egypt: Sisi - New Corridors to Accommodate Traffic Movement for Coming 20 Yearsvon Egypt Online am 26/07/2021 um 08:02
[Egypt Online] President Abdel Fattah El Sisi said on Friday that new corridors that are currently being established should help accommodate traffic movement for the coming 20 years.
- Kenya: Tourism Boost As Eurowings Discover Lands in Mombasavon Nation am 25/07/2021 um 10:41
[Nation] Kenya's tourism sector has received a major boost after a charter flight from Frankfurt, Germany landed at the Moi International Airport (MIA) in Mombasa.
- Nigeria: Air Operators Commend Govt Over Duty Waivers On Aircraft, Sparesvon This Day am 23/07/2021 um 11:52
[This Day] The Airline Operators of Nigeria (AON) has commended the federal government for its swift response in removing 7 per cent surcharge on imported aircraft and spares.
- Zimbabwe: Airlines Interest in Zimbabwe a Huge Endorsementvon The Herald am 23/07/2021 um 10:16
[The Herald] Development Dialogue
- Tunisia: Tunisair - Revenues Fall By 29,3 Percent and Passengers By 42 Percent During First Six Months of 2021von Tunis Afrique Presse am 23/07/2021 um 08:03
[Tunis Afrique Presse] Tunis/Tunisia -- The transport revenues of the Tunisair carrier declined by 29.3%, during the first half of 2021, to reach 183 million dinars, according to data provided by the company on the Tunis Stock Exchange website.
- Kenya: Tarmacked Ukunda Road to Boost Trade and Tourismvon Nation am 23/07/2021 um 05:17
[Nation] The Kwale County government has upgraded several roads, changing the fortunes of communities and investors in this coastal region.
- Liberia: Survivor Narrates Nightmare On Sinking Vesselvon New Dawn am 22/07/2021 um 13:41
[New Dawn] The lone survivor of the nine employees of the West African Examination Council that were onboard the vessel NIKO IVANKA that sunk late Saturday, July 17, 2021, near the coast of Marshall City in Margibi County has been recounting his ordeal here.
- Tanzania: Joy As Unesco Retains Selous Statusvon Daily News am 21/07/2021 um 13:19
[Daily News] TANZANIA has vowed to cooperate with global conservation agencies in retaining the status of the mighty Selous Game Reserve as a World Heritage Site. This comes after the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) yesterday dropped its plan of delisting the majestic Reserve from its famed list.
- Seychelles: Mango House Seychelles Becomes Hilton's 4th Island Property - 2 More On the Wayvon Seychelles News Agency am 21/07/2021 um 12:01
[Seychelles News Agency] Mango House Seychelles is the fourth tourism establishment to open in Seychelles under the Hilton hotel and resort global brand, while the construction of two more have started, said a hotel official.
- Malawi: Minister Usi Commends Chewa Heritage for Promoting Cultural Tourismvon Nyasa Times am 21/07/2021 um 07:41
[Nyasa Times] Minister of Tourism, Culture and Wildlife, Michael Usi says the government will do all it can to support the 'Bwalo la Achewa' Heritage Foundation in its quest to promote the Chewa culture and heritage in this country.
- Tanzania: Tanzania's Selous Game Reserve Remains in World Heritage Site Listvon Daily News am 21/07/2021 um 07:01
[Daily News] The Selous Game Reserve remains in the list of the World's Heritage sites, it has been revealed today.
- Tanzania: Way Forward for Tourism Sector in Tanzania Amidst 3rd Covid-19 Wave Threatsvon Daily News am 20/07/2021 um 13:21
[Daily News] Discussion on covid-19 and how it has traumatised women industrialist in the tourism sector that featured on front page daily news (dated 15th July 2021) on special focus on women stuff incited my point of view on what Tanzania need to do to institute a doable long-term strategy to help enhance the tourism sector in Tanzania amidst covid-19 related paraphernalia.
- Kenya: UK Retains Kenya Travel Banvon East African am 20/07/2021 um 13:06
[East African] The United Kingdom has retained Kenya in the list of countries whose nationals are barred from entering Britain, dealing a blow to Nairobi's efforts for review of the travel embargo.
- Egypt: Ireland Removes Egypt From Red List of Travelvon Egypt Online am 20/07/2021 um 12:27
[Egypt Online] Ireland has removed Egypt from the red list of travel, which requires a 12-day mandatory quarantine for arrivals at an Irish hotel, the Egyptian Ministry of Foreign Affairs said in a statement on Monday.
- Tanzania: Tanzanian Students Promote Tourismvon Daily News am 20/07/2021 um 09:04
[Daily News] Tanzanian students pursuing studies abroad are good ambassadors in promoting the country's tourism attractions, thus increasing the number of tourists and generate more earnings.
- East Africa: EAC Partner States All Out to Revive Regional Tourismvon Daily News am 20/07/2021 um 06:58
[Daily News] THE East African Community (EAC) Sectoral Council on Tourism and Wildlife Management has approved the EAC Regional Covid-19 Tourism Recovery Plan that seeks to revive the sector negatively impacted by the killer virus.
- Kenya: Tana Leaders Push to Rescue Abandoned Primate Reserve Centrevon Nation am 20/07/2021 um 05:20
[Nation] Leaders in Tana River County have called on the State Department of Tourism to save a local primate reserve and research centre.