Lukewarm Future for African Aviation – Kamil Alawadhi, IATA Regional VP

For more than a year now, African airlines have been enduring a tough operational environment, characterized by limited route scope and low air travel bookings. The situation may even get worse with airline industry experts predicting it will be a long half for the situation to normalize in terms of opening more or re-establishing routes […]

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Leading From The Front: An Exclusive Interview With Caleb Mbaso

Caleb Mabaso is a pioneer in the Southern  African hospitality industry. Having started out as a waiter at the Johannesburg Sun and Towers, from 1986 to 1987, he has risen like a Phoenix to hold senior positions with various hospitality groups. Nomad Africa’s Jo Kromberg chatted to this interesting and passionate African achiever about going green… […]

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Technology can help Sports Tourism Recover much Faster – Dr Myburgh

Across most parts of Africa, domestic and international soccer is in action, giving clubs and administrators a lifeline to earn and survive. But the most important part of the sport is to have audiences attending the matches, which however, is not yet allowed due to Covid-19 restrictions. This has resulted in many people who rely […]

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