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Travel & Tourism in Africa to create 14 million new jobs in 10 years

The World Travel & Tourism Council’s latest Economic Impact Report (EIR) has revealed that the African Travel & Tourism sector is expected to create...

Zimbabwe: Elephants kill 60 people in five months

At least 60 people have been killed by elephants in Zimbabwe this year. Government spokesperson Nick Mangwana who took to twitter to make an announcement described...

British Airways flight enroute to Ghana stopped from using Malian airspace

An Accra-bound British Airways flight was prevented from using the Malian airspace on Friday. The Military rulers in the West African state reportedly refused to...

Covid-19: South Africa, Nigeria end PCR test for vaccinated travelers

South Africa and Nigeria have announced their decision to relax Covid-19 PCR test for vaccinated travellers. On Monday the Nigerian government announced that fully vaccinated...

European Union lifts flight suspension to Southern Africa

The European Union has announced the lifting of suspension on flights to and from Southern Africa, a restriction that was put in place amid...

Ghana probes suspected bomb scare at major airport

Ghanaian officials have said that the country’s army is investigating a suspected bomb scare at the Kotoka International Airport in the capital Accra. There was...

UNESCO names Ghana’s Accra as World Book Capital for 2023

The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) has named Ghana’s capital, Accra as its World Book Capital for 2023. The West African nation...

Ghana investigates bird strike that disrupted a KLM flight

Ghana's aviation authorities say they have commenced investigations into a bird-strike that disrupted a KLM flight at a major airport in the capital, Accra. The...

Sport has the power to boost conservation efforts in Kenya

Kenya’s wildlife is amongst the richest and most diverse on the African continent. Each year, the country’s national parks attract millions of domestic and...

Tulsa race massacre survivors visit Ghana, accept citizenship

Two survivors of the 1921 Tulsa race massacre in Oklahoma, United States of America are currently touring Ghana, their first visit to the continent. Viola...

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