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Africa’s Tourist Arrivals Up by 7%

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The United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) said yesterday international tourist arrivals in Africa increased by seven percent between January and April this year...

Zimbabwe’s Most Beloved Lion Cecil Killed by a Trophy Hunter

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An immensely popular lion known as Cecil was killed recently outside of Zimbabwe's Hwange National Park, after being lured beyond park boundaries before shooting...

Nairobi to Addis Ababa Highway Now Complete

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The final Kenya - Ethiopia highway stretch under construction between Isiolo and Marsabit is now reportedly also complete, finally linking Mombasa via Nairobi with...

Africa Broadband -‘YahClick’ expands its presence in Angola

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Yahsat Expands Presence of its Satellite Broadband Internet Service “Yahclick” in Angola LUANDA, Angola, August 14, 2013/African Press Organization (APO)/ – Al Yah Satellite Communications...

Africa’s Aviation Industry is Failing Due to High Taxes, Experts Say

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American economist Mark Skousen once said that the higher the tax level, the greater the failure. This assertion is quite true to Africa’s aviation...

African airlines set for collective losses of $100 million in 2016,...

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African airlines are facing another year in the red, with the International Air Transport Association (IATA) predicting collective losses of approximately $100 million for...

The Story Behind Black Star News: A Ugandan Diaspora Founded Weekly

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You may have heard of Black Star News, a New York-based and Ugandan-founded investigative newspaper, whose critical coverage of Uganda news and metropolitan New...

Polish Airline to Start Mombasa Flights

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Poland's largest charter airline has been granted landing rights for flights from Warsaw via Cyprus to Mombasa. The communication from Kenya's Civil Aviation Authority...

Ethiopia Airlines Set to Resume Services to Conakry

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Ethiopian Airlines is set to resume services to Conakry, capital of the Republic of Guinea, starting February 1st next year. Conakry is a port city...

Zanzibar Bound Boat Sinks Tourists, 3 Confirmed Dead

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Three tourists from overseas had to be pulled from the sea, as their boat, sailing from Pangani to Zanzibar, sank after running into heavy...
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