tourism

28 Jul 2021

Radisson debuts in Djibouti

28 July 2021 – The Radisson Hotel Group has made its debut in a new African market with the signing of Radisson Hotel Djibouti, in partnership with Salaam Properties.   […]
30 May 2021

WhyAfrica’s Hawks Eye is on Rwanda

By Leon Louw founder and editor of WhyAfrica 30 May 2021 – French executives accompanying President Macron on his two-day visit to Rwanda, have identified the country as one of […]
22 May 2021

Marriott Hotels announces its debut in Nigeria.

22 May 2021 – Marriott Hotels (www.Marriott.com) this week announced its debut in Nigeria with the opening of the Lagos Marriott Hotel Ikeja. The hotel reflects the newest global design […]
27 Feb 2021

African Parks and Zambian government vow to protect Kafue.

27 February 2021 – Non-Profit Organisation African Parks and the Zambian government has vowed to protect Kafue, one of Zambia’s prime national parks. A recent Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) will […]
9 Feb 2021

Gorongosa National Park joins Global Coalition #UnitedforBiodiversity

09 February 2021 – The Gorongosa National Park in Mozambique represents exceptional biological richness that must be protected at all costs. Gorongosa has joined the Global Coalition #UnitedforBiodiversity, thereby becoming […]
7 Feb 2021

WhyAfrica’s Hawks Eye firmly on the African tourism sector.

By L.M. Louw 11 February 2021 – Although there is the proverbial mountain to climb, WhyAfrica’s Hawks eye will be firmly on the African tourism sector. In the thaw of […]
6 Feb 2021

Mozambique can become a regional tourism leader.

By Charné Hundermark 06 February 2021 – In the aftermath of Covid-19 the tourism industry will once again become the backbone of African countries looking to diversify their economies. In […]
30 Jan 2021

Is it time for Liberia and Sierra Leone?

30 January 2021 – There are several indicators that Liberia and Sierra Leone’s rebuilding process is back on track, despite significant setbacks because of Covid-19. Is it time for Liberia […]
24 Jan 2021

Covid-19 could reverse African conservation gains.

By Edwin Tambara at the African Wildlife Foundation (www.AWF.org) 24 January 2021 – Covid-19 is a specter that has disrupted the balancing act of survival for humans and endangered species. […]