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Please find below this week’s summary of the Atta members news featuring news from across the African continent and beyond. Meanwhile, consider joining this premier association where everything is about Africa …

Atta Members Weekly News Summary
08th of August 2017


UK Media Takes a London Version of Zambia’s Legendary Walking Safaris
Five award-winning UK journalists and two leading magazine editors joined the Kamageo PR team to experience zebras, lions, elephants, giraffes and leopards on a Zambia-like walking safari in the heart of London. Read More

Representing Alfajiri Villas in Diani
Orbital Communications
Alfajiri Villas have long been regarded as the most exclusive beach property in Kenya and Simon Beck is proud and excited to now be representing this iconic coastal experience. Read More

Refreshed & Renewed
New African Territories
At African Territories, we have been busy creating a fresh and dynamic ‘new look’… and today we are very happy to share our re-brand with you! Read More

Kruger Elephants: Giants of the future
Africa Geographic
Kruger Elephants: Giants of the future. Read More

Swaziland’s Reed Dance Dates Announced
The dates for Swaziland’s biggest cultural event have been announced and a hive of colourful activity will soon descend upon the country in the form of the festival known as ‘Umhlanga’ or Reed Dance. Read More

Unite strikes – industrial action (2-15 August)
British Airways
All British Airways customers will be able to fly to their destinations, despite further industrial action by Mixed Fleet Unite between Wednesday 2 August and Tuesday 15 August (inclusive). Read More

Malawi Leads the Way in Animal Conservation
In one of the largest and most significant translocations in human history, African Park’s conservation efforts bring the total number of elephants on the move in Malawi to 400. Read More

Immigration delays
British Airways
The media are reporting on Passport Immigration queues at several European airports with customers experiencing delays due to extra checks on both arrivals and departures. Read More

Threatened industrial action by Mixed Fleet Unite (16-30 August)
British Airways
All British Airways customers will be able to fly to their destinations, despite a further period of threatened industrial action by Mixed Fleet Unite, which represents one of our five cabin crew fleets. Read More

Africa Albida introduces 24-hour reservations
Africa Albida
From August 1, Africa Albida Tourism is now available for 24-hour reservations. Read More