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Ethiopia: New Bill Introduces Tourism Fund
am 27/02/2020 um 14:46
[Addis Fortune] Tourism Ethiopia drafted a new regulation that will enable the tourism industry to generate and administer its own finances.
Sudan: Experts to Meet to Approve Protocol On Transhumance for IGAD Region Thursday
am 27/02/2020 um 09:47
[SNA] Khartoum -IGAD experts and Committee of Ambassadors are due to hold meeting at Friendship Hall in Khartoum Thursday to approve Protocol on Transhumance for IGAD Region.
Sudan: Minister of Interior Affirms Sudan Welcome to IGAD Protocol On Free Movement
am 27/02/2020 um 09:47
[SNA] Khartoum -Minister of Interior Gen.(police) Al-Teraifi Idris Dafaalla has underscored Sudan welcome to Protocol on the Free Movement of Persons in IGAD area, pointing out that Sudan considers the protocol within context of care of interests and warding off dangers which is represented in the trans-national crimes.
Gambia: Gambia Hosts ICAO Legal Seminar
am 27/02/2020 um 09:11
[The Point] Gambia has recently hosted a two-day legal seminar organised by the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) and Gambia Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) intended to inform and update government officials on the work programme ICAO in the legal field and a number of current subjects in the field of international air law.
Tanzania: Infrastructure Challenges Haunt Tourism in Zanzibar
am 27/02/2020 um 09:05
[Daily News] ZANZIBAR has made tremendous strides in tourism industry, identified as a priority sector to meet its development goals.
Gambia: Saudi Fund Provides U.S.$12 Milloin to Upgrade Banjul Int. Airport
am 27/02/2020 um 08:59
[Foroyaa] State House, Banjul, February 24, 2020 - President Adama Barrow on Satuday February 22nd 2020, presided over the signing of a $12Million funding agreement between the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the Republic of The Gambia at State House.
Kenya: Cost of China-built Railway Haunts Kenya
am 27/02/2020 um 07:59
[VOA] Kenya this week is celebrating 1,000 days of standard gauge railway (SGR) operation, with 13,000 trains covering 6.3 million kilometers. The Chinese-built railway moves people and goods from the port of Mombasa to the capital, Nairobi, and also to a small town in Naivasha.
South Africa: Cableway Company Is Taking On a Mountain of Waste
am 27/02/2020 um 07:44
[News24Wire] There is an ongoing battle to keep Cape Town's iconic Table Mountain clear of rubbish.
Seychelles: Tourism and Blue Economy Top of Agenda in Seychelles-Saudi Arabia Relations
am 26/02/2020 um 12:41
[Seychelles News Agency] Tourism and the blue economy are two areas that the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and Seychelles will further collaborate on, the newly accredited ambassador said after meeting President Danny Faure at State House on Tuesday.
Gambia: Saudi Fund Provides U.S.$12 Million to Upgrade Gambia's Airport
am 26/02/2020 um 09:41
[The Point] State House, Banjul, February 24, 2020 - His Excellency, President Adama Barrow today, February 22, 2020 presided over the signing of a $12 million funding agreement between the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the Republic of The Gambia at the State House.
Cameroon: Hotels Putting Final Feasting Dresses
am 26/02/2020 um 09:08
[Cameroon Tribune] Both State-owned and private hotels are in their last minute touches to welcome international guests.
Namibia: French Tourists Fall Victim to Robbery
am 26/02/2020 um 08:39
[New Era] Rundu -A French couple was robbed of N$75 000 outside Rundu at Kambowo village along the Trans-Caprivi Highway.
Nigeria: Why We're Prioritising Tourism Sector - Govt
am 26/02/2020 um 07:47
[Vanguard] Federal government says it is prioritising the Nigerian tourism sector because it believes that the sector with its huge potentials would in the nearest future be the next oil and gas in revenue generation for the country.
Nigeria: Coronavirus - Officials Screen Passengers At Abuja Airport
am 26/02/2020 um 07:30
[Daily Trust] The Federal Government says measures put in place to prevent the outbreak of the coronavirus has been effective.
Seychelles: Amid Tourist Influx, Beach Control Committee to Ensure Seychelles Remains World-Class Destination
am 25/02/2020 um 12:55
[Seychelles News Agency] A new Beach Control Committee has been tasked with the sustainable management of all beaches so Seychelles can maintain its image with tourists as a world-class beach destination.
Gambia: Unskilled West African Workers to Be Refused UK Visa
am 25/02/2020 um 10:44
[The Point] Following Brexit and UK's final departure from the European Union (EU), "unskilled workers" and "non-English speakers" from West Africa will be among those migrants not to be granted visas to enter Britain.
Eritrea: 4th Congress of Tourism Service Rendering Institutions
am 25/02/2020 um 09:54
[Shabait] Asmara -The Eritrean Tourism Service Rendering Association conducted its 4th congress on 21 and 22 February here in the capital Asmara.
Sudan: Meeting On IGAD Protocol On Free Movement of Persons Kicks Off
am 25/02/2020 um 09:49
[SNA] Khartoum -The Minister of Interior, Lieutenant General (police) Al-Tiraifi Idris, has announced launching of work for signing of the Protocol on Free Movement of Persons by the states of the Inter-Governmental Authority on Developent (IGAD) organization.
Zimbabwe: Tourism, SMEs Reel Under Coronavirus
am 25/02/2020 um 08:05
[The Herald] The outbreak of COVID-19, which is caused by Coronavirus, has negatively impacted on the tourism industry and small to medium enterprises since movements have been significantly restricted.
South Africa: Dudu Myeni Ducks and Dives On Airbus As Delinquency Looms
am 25/02/2020 um 07:59
[Daily Maverick] Hearings into whether Dudu Myeni is a delinquent director continued on Monday, albeit haltingly, as the former SAA chairperson struggled to explain why she allegedly flouted due process and intervened in a deal with Airbus.
Botswana: Poaching Problematic
am 24/02/2020 um 13:52
[Botswana Daily News] Gaborone -Poaching continues to be a challenge exposing wildlife resources to possible extinction.
Sudan: Family of Genaina Plane Crash Victim Stages Protest
am 24/02/2020 um 10:57
[SNA] Khartoum -Family of martyr Mohamed Ismail Hamza, an air operation officer at World Food Program who died in incident of Al-Genaina plane last January, staged a protest Wednesday in front of the Justice Ministry headquarters in Khartoum and handed over a memorandum to the Ministry.
Ghana: Ghana, Barbados Resolve to Deepen Collaboration to Boost Aviation, Tourism
am 24/02/2020 um 10:12
[Ghanaian Times] The Ministry of Aviation and delegation from Ministry of Tourism and International Transport of Barbados on Friday held a meeting to consider ways Ghana and Barbados could collaborate to deepen bilateral relationship in the aviation and tourism industry.
Ghana: Traffic Management Is the Solution to Problems On Our Roads
am 24/02/2020 um 09:12
[Ghanaian Times] Traffic management remains one of the major headache of city authorities and the police for many years.
Ghana: Roads Ministry Inaugurates New Traffic Management Systems in Accra
am 24/02/2020 um 08:57
[Ghanaian Times] The Minister of Roads and Highways, Kwasi Amoako-Atta, yesterday inaugurated the first phase of the Accra Intelligence Traffic Management Project (AITMP) at two intersections in Accra.
Kenya: Kenya Rules Out Evacuating Citizens from Epicenter of Coronavirus
am 24/02/2020 um 08:12
[VOA] Kenya's government said that its citizens stranded in Wuhan city -- the epicenter of the coronavirus outbreak -- are safer staying where they are.
Zimbabwe: UN Deputy Secretary Visits Hwange National Park
am 23/02/2020 um 12:34
[New Zimbabwe] United Nations deputy Secretary-General, Amina Mohammed arrived in Victoria Falls Saturday and visited Hwange National Park where she pledged the world body's support for wildlife management in Zimbabwe.
Zimbabwe: Vic Falls Hotels Full Ahead of Uneca Meet
am 22/02/2020 um 14:25
[The Herald] PREPARATIONS for the sixth session of the Africa Regional Forum on Sustainable Development (AFRFSD) set for Victoria Falls next week are at an advanced stage with gazebo tents having already been pitched on the grounds of the Elephant Hills Hotel while most hotels are fully booked ahead of the mega event.
Gambia: Govt Urged to Transform Contracted Loans to Equity to Ensure Viability
am 21/02/2020 um 09:16
[Foroyaa] The Gambia Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) has called on the Government of The Gambia to transform loans contracted to them to equity, which will serve as finance for the institution instead, in order to ensure the institution is viable.
Nigeria: Govt Demands Reversal of Visa Restriction Policy By U.S.
am 21/02/2020 um 07:24
[Vanguard] Abuja -The Federal Government has called on the United States of America to consider the long standing relationship between the two countries and reverse its Visa restrictions on Nigeria.