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Travels to South Africa from Nigeria grew by 4.7% in November and Ghana up by 22%

South African Tourism (SAT), Hub Head for West Africa, Thekiso Rakolojane has said Nigeria and Ghana plays pivotal role in its marketing strategy and remains one of its focal marketing platforms for the country.

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The newly appointed hub head stated that research carried out by the agency revealed that both countries have the highest number of tourists from the sub region wanting to visit the southern African country for tourism.

Promo 1Zimbabwe Tourism Authority Board Appoints New Acting Chief Executive

The Zimbabwe Tourism Authority Board (ZTA) has seconded one of its members, Mrs. Rita Likukuma on an acting role of Chief Executive with effect from February 1, 2019. ZTA’s Chief Operating Officer, Mr. Givemore Chidzidzi had been acting since November 2018 on behalf of Dr. Karigoka Kaseke who has been off work on medical grounds …

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Promo 1 Uganda adds Curvy, Sexy women on beauty pageant to drive tourism

The Ugandan Ministry of Tourism has added curvy and sexy women to the list of tourism products.

While unveiling the initiative in Kampala on Wednesday, State minister for Tourism Godfrey Kiwanda, said a beauty pageant dubbed ‘Miss Curvy Uganda’ had been launched to select sexy curvaceous women. The finalists will …

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Calabar carnival showcases African story with dances, drama

WHEN Cross River State Governor, Ben Ayade, revealed that the 2018 Calabar Carnival was a platform to showcase Africa to the world, not many believed what was in store for participants and tourists.

In the last 14 years that the state government has been organising what has become the biggest carnival in Africa …

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Ghana Wants Diaspora Africans To Come Back To The Motherland

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African churches boom in London’s backstreets – a picture essay

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Former Zimbabwe Tourism Minister Walter Mzembi is not dead as Rumuors fly around

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2,000 Nigerians still in Russia illegally long after FIFA World Cup ended

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