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Stone Sculpture Beckon the Connoisseur as Zimbabwe’s Tourism Returns

Zimbabwe is globally renowned for its stone sculpture art. As the easing of the lockdown restrictions continues with the opening of borders and air travel, there is a palpable feeling that tourists will not only return in huge numbers but most importantly reconnect with the much sought after original art of stone sculpture. Collected by […]

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African Development Bank calls for Faster Industrialisation of African Economies

At the forefront of promoting smart industrial policies and mobilising infrastructure development funding for Africa, the African Development Bank (AfDB.org) on Africa Industrialization Day 2020, urges the continent to accelerate industrialization for the transformation of African economies. The African Development Bank counts Industrializing Africa as one of its High-5 key strategic aims, critical for the […]

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Green light for WTM Africa 2021 live/hybrid event in April

WTM Africa will go ahead from 07-09 April 2021 in the format of a hybrid event, delivering a significant ROI for exhibitors and providing a much-needed platform for live and virtual connection between tourism industry stakeholders engaged in bringing business to Africa. Carol Weaving, MD Reed Exhibitions Africa, unpacked the decision taken following a robust […]

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Is your corporate travel programme ready for 2021?

FCM Travel Solutions today launched a travel policy benchmarking tool to help travel managers see how their policy compares to other businesses in their industry. The tool will also give them an indication of how to evolve their current travel policy to a new COVID-19 travel landscape. Bonnie Smith, General Manager FCM, says: “This year many businesses […]

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A Big Day for African Rugby – Cameroon and Burkina Faso Rugby Become Full Members of World Rugby

Rugby Africa (http://www.RugbyAfrique.com) is delighted to announce that following a World Rugby Council meeting on 18 November 2020, another two African Rugby Unions join World Rugby. Burkina Faso Rugby Union has become a full member and Cameroon Rugby Union has been re-instated as a full member. Rugby Africa President Khaled Babbou commented on the exciting […]

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