Tourism & Hospitality News | Africa

  • Addis Ababa based members of the diplomatic community said Entoto Park is a model project for Africa to use its tourism resources for job creation.
  • Uganda Wildlife Authority has completed assembling 11 sculptures in Kampala as part of the larger plan in which it is seeking to hasten domestic tourism.
  • The first group of French tourists arrived in Morocco at the Marrakech-Menara airport after the country eased travel restrictions to revive Morocco’s tourism.
  • Seychellois authorities have given permission for travelers from ten African countries to re-enter the country from Monday, 19th October 2020. Seychelles like many countries around the world had shut its international gateway to travellers following the Covid-19 outbreak. But the country resumed international flights last August, albeit to some selected countries.
  • President Emmerson Mnagangwa has yesterday officially launched a promotional campaign spearheaded by the Zimbabwe Tourism Authority and Zimbabwe Cricket (ZC) aimed at boosting the country’s tourism.
  • Satellite technology gives SA tourism an opportunity to level the digital divide.
  • The Uganda Minister Tourism, Wildlife and Antiquities (MTWA) Col. Tom Butime unveiled eleven Uganda wildlife sculptures along the Uganda Wildlife Authority headquarters on Kira Road stretching for approximately 2 kilometers between Mulago Hospital roundabout and Kira Road Police Station in Kampala.