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COVID-19

Norwegian Cruise Line puts guests first with extended peace of mind cancelation policy

Norwegian Cruise Line, the innovator in global cruise travel with a 53-year history of breaking boundaries, today...

Travelling for business under Level 3? Your questions answered!

After more than two months of hard lockdown, corporate travellers have been itching to get back to...

The Travel Corporation Unveils Enhanced Protocols for all its Guided Holidays Across the Globe

Trafalgar, Luxury Gold, Insight Vacations, Contiki and Costsaver remain committed to guests' well-being and peace of...

What business travellers can expect in Level 3 lockdown

Business travellers can once again take to the skies when South Africa enters Level 3 of the...

Emirates resumes passenger flights to 9 destinations

Starting 21 May, Emirates plans to operate scheduled flight services from 21 May to nine destinations: London...

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Ethiopian airlines enhances Sao Paulo service

Effective 16 September, Ethiopian Airlines will enhance its services to Sao Paulo, Brazil to non-stop direct services. The airline currently operates the route via Lome, Togo. According to the airline, the introduction enhancement...

Boom for African cities in 2017

Kenyan cities top the charts for Euromonitor’s predicted Top 10 African cities for growth in 2017, with Kisumu, Eldoret and Nairobi leading the charge. The growth in GDP is attributed to the...

First Double Tree by Hilton to open in Ethiopia

Hilton has announced it signed a management agreement with TAFBB Business PLC to open DoubleTree by Hilton Addis Ababa Airport. The 106-room hotel will be located just one kilometer from Addis Ababa Bole...

Nigeria’s AKWAABA kicks off on 10 September

The AKWAABA African Travel Market kicks off on 10 September in Lagos, with a range of events and experiences on offer for tourism professionals visiting the Nigerian city. In addition to a Youth...

New public transport loop for Sandton

Could Sandton’s traffic woes be a thing of the past? Johannesburg mayor, Herman Mashaba, has announced a R674m Sandton public transport loop to improve traffic congestion and access to one of the...