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Susan Akporiaye Emerges President of Nigerian Travel Agency Association
The outgoing national president, National Association of Nigerian Travel Agents (NANTA), Bernard Bankole has stepped down as the association’s national president following the completion of his tenure.
This is just the Susan Akporiaye, first Deputy National President emerged as the new president of the association.
Bankole who held the position for four years and led the association to enviable heights in the travel industry in a statement thanked the airlines, all industry stakeholders, friends and colleagues for their unwavering support and guidance during his term as the national president.
South Africa Airways, Acting Chief Executive Officer Zuks Ramasia has retired from her position as the helmsman of the Southern African carrier ten months after her appointment.
According to a report by fin24.com, Zuks Ramasia will enter into early retirement from 14th April, 2020.
“The Board of Directors at South African Airways (SAA) announced that it has accepted the request from Ms Zuks Ramasia, SAA Acting CEO, for early retirement. Her last date of employ will be 14 April 2020,” the statement read …
Ethiopian Airlines planes touched down in Addis Ababa and Nairobi this week – not carrying passengers, but masks and testing kits.
Those supplies are being used in the battle against coronavirus in Africa but for Ethiopian Airlines chief executive Tewolde Gebremariam, hauling cargo is also a strategy to keep the continent’s biggest carrier above ground.
“Right now we have refocused our energy time and resources on cargo operation as you can see, we have ten 777 freighters like this and two 737 freighters so we are using them all over the world …
A recent rating by the United Nations 2020 World Happiness Report has listed 10 counties in East Africa as most unhappiest with Kenya leading the happy list.
According to a report by African News Agency (ANA) and published on www.iol.co.za,the list of 156 countries saw the East Africa region at the tail end of the ranking with Kenya leading the happiness pack in the region ranking at 120, 4 583 out of the possible 10.
Kenya is closely followed by Uganda ranking at 126, 4.432 out of 10.
The unhappiest nation in East Africa is Rwanda ranking at 150 with …