Hospitality Industry | News & Updates

  • Ethiopia Airlines and Ethiopian Chefs Association have signed a Memorandum of Understanding that enables them to work on catering service and food tourism development.
  • Deputy Minister for Natural Resources and Tourism Constantine Kanyasu has directed the ministry’s Permanent Secretary to allocate a tourist hunting block to Mweka College of African Wildlife Management to be used for practical training for students taking professional hunting.
  • Weekend air fares to Kenya’s South Coast region have gone up since the resumption of flights last month signalling high demand from passengers seeking to travel to one of favourite tourist destinations as other routes grapple with low numbers.
  • While Egypt’s economy faces pressure from several factors, such as coronavirus preventative measures, a sudden stop in tourism and record-high debt levels, one bright spot in the economy is a tech boom that has continued even throughout the global pandemic.
  • The government through the national land use planning commission is working with the ministry of natural resources and tourism to enhance the use of village land use guidelines to reduce the human-wildlife conflict in communities surrounding national parks.