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Kenya targets over 1 mln foreign tourists in 2022
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01-27-2022
Kenya is targeting more than 1 million international arrivals in 2022 and earnings of Sh172.8billion as the sector recovers from the COVID-19 pandemic
Namibia tourist arrivals up 38% in 2021 – report
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01-26-2022
Namibia registered a 37.81% growth in tourists’ arrivals last year to 354,508 compared to 192,026 in 2020
Elephant hunting earns Botswana $2.7mln
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12-15-2021
Botswana has more than doubled revenues from elephant hunting this year compared to what the country realised the last full hunting season seven years ago
Travel bans on Omicron fears hit southern Africa tourism
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12-09-2021
The recent travel bans from southern Africa by the West on fears of the Omicron variant will seriously affect tourism in southern Africa at a time the region registers the bulk of its tourism revenue
Egypt tourism investments to reach $540mln
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12-07-2021
Investments in Egypt’s tourism and antiquities sector are expected to rise 64% in the fiscal year 2021/22
South Africa’s biggest travel trade show to return in 2022
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11-22-2021
Africa's Travel Indaba, South Africa's biggest travel trade show, is set to return next year after it was postponed in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic
Kenya tourism sector to fully recover in 2025 – Fitch
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11-19-2021
Kenya's tourism sector is expected to fully recover in 2025 following damage caused by the COVID-19 pandemic
Namibia calls for extension of visa exemption with Angola
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11-16-2021
Namibia says the Angolan government should consider extending the visa exemption agreement between the two countries from the current 30 days to 90 days
Libya receives first tourists in 10 years
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11-12-2021
Libya has received its first tourists since the collapse of the Muammar Gaddafi regime in 2011 following an uprising by citizens and intervention by superpowers
Emirates, Seychelles Tourism Board sign MoU to promote trade, tourism
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11-08-2021
Emirates and the Seychelles Tourism Board have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) which seeks to promote trade and tourism in the country

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Mathew Nyaungwa
Editor-in-Chief of the African Bureau