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  • 6 historic sites to visit in Senegal

    6 historic sites to visit in Senegal

    Senegal has a rich French colonial heritage, with splendid historical sites dotted across the country. If you are looking for more than a resort holiday experience, then Senegal is ...

  • Tanzania and Rwanda join forces to promote tourism

    Tanzania and Rwanda join forces to promote tourism

    Tour operators in Tanzania and Rwanda have agreed to jointly market the two countries as complementary destinations in their latest efforts to offer the tourists expansive adventur ...

  • Interesting facts about Algeria

    Interesting facts about Algeria

    Algeria is bordered to the northeast by Tunisia, to the east by Libya, to the west by Morocco, to the southwest by the Western Saharan territory, Mauritania, and Mali, to the south ...

  • Interesting facts about South Africa

    Interesting facts about South Africa

    Bordered by Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Mozambique and Swaziland, and with a population of around 48 million, South Africa is a diverse country at the tip Africa. Makamba Online w ...

Africa and climate change

Africa and climate change

When it comes to climate change Africa is in the eye of the storm. This is partly because of human factors - but the continent’s climate also makes it extremely vulnerable. Africa ...

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Trump lifts travel ban on Chad

Trump lifts travel ban on Chad

President Trump came under strong criticism for imposing the travel ban. US President Donald Trump has lifted the controversial travel ban his administration imposed on Chad about ...

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Emirates named ‘Airline of the Year’

Emirates named ‘Airline of the Year’

Emirates Airline has been named ‘Airline of the Year’ at the 2018 Air Transport Awards, based the evaluation from a jury comprised of executives and experts from different sectors ...

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5 reasons to use a local tour guide

5 reasons to use a local tour guide

A tourist guide provides assistance, information and cultural, historical and up-to-date culture interpretation to people on organised tours and individual clients at educational ...

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Why is Namibia a remarkable tourism story?

Why is Namibia a remarkable tourism story?

Conservative approach to tourism Namibia is internationally acclaimed for its approach to conservation. Protection of the environment is written into the constitution, almost half ...

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Founder of Somali Airlines dies aged 90

Founder of Somali Airlines dies aged 90

One of Somalia's first pilots, Mohamud Abdullahi Barre “Faytaan”, has passed away in the Somali capital Mogadishu aged 90, Radio Dalsan reports. Mr Barre received his piloting lic ...

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RwandAir flies to Cape Town, through Harare, four times a week

RwandAir flies to Cape Town, through Harare, four times a week

The Rwandan national carrier will fly directly from Kigali to Cape Town International Airport, with a stop-over in Harare, four times a week from 16 May 2018. In the press release ...

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A comprehensive guide to Zimbabwe – African tourism

A comprehensive guide to Zimbabwe – African tourism

Zimbabwe is one of the welcoming and most beautiful countries in Africa. Zimbabwe is not only home to five UNESCO World Heritage Sites but also boasts a Natural Wonder of the Worl ...

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A different sail for African migrants

A different sail for African migrants

It has taken over 25 years, but the African Union (AU) has at last endorsed the idea of free movement of people in Africa. On 29 January, the AU summit adopted the Protocol to the ...

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Angola to recommence direct Zim flights

Angola to recommence direct Zim flights

Angola’s national carrier, Linhas Aereas de Angola (TAAG), will soon resume direct flights from Luanda to Harare. This was revealed by President Mnangagwa after meeting Angolan Pr ...

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