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    Rwanda cuts gorilla permit fee

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    Tour and travel operators in Rwanda have welcomed a 30 per cent low-season discount permit fees to the gorilla conservation…

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    Top 5 Places in Africa Everyone Should Visit at Least Once in a Lifetime

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    History, safari, pristine beaches, picturesque places, dramatic landscapes and warm people all abound in the 54 countries that make up…

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    Weekend Special: Calabar’s Oto (Water-Yam Dumpling)

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    The variety of Nigerian recipes on offer are numerous, there is at least one speciality cuisine for each of the…

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    La Campagne Tropicana: experience a piece of paradise for half the price

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    Take in the gentle beauty of a scenery defined by awesome greenery, palm-lined beachfront and tender kisses of the soothing…

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    Spotlight Destination: Epe Resort and Spa

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    When I think of a place to relax, I hardly think of Lagos. Because I live and work here, I’m…

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    Amazing Lagos Daycation: once discovered, never forgotten

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    A beguiling playground, laced with serene ambience, Atlantic breeze and suave toys, Lagos’ Omu Resorts is a perfect flip from…

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    Top 10 Budget Travel Tips for Travellers

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    By Charles Ebert Do you ever think about travelling and shiver? You think you cannot afford it? Well, the good…

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    Weekend Special: Mauritian Duck Curry

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    When you need to remind yourself what homemade food feels like, you can try your hand on this Mauritian Duck…

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    Fun, Motorbikes & a Spice of Voodoo

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    Exploring Cotonou and environs… Although it is not the capital of the country, Cotonou is the largest city and no…

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    A safari in the Great Karoo

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    By Janine Avery When one thinks of the quintessential South African safari, a few destinations spring to mind. Whether it’s spotting…

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    Barack Obama inspires hope at 100th anniversary of Mandela’s birth

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    Barack Obama, a former U.S. President, has called South Africans and people from around the world to the Mandela-era kind…

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    Ethiopian Airlines resumes flights to Eritrean capital, Asmara

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    The ethiopian government has announced that Ethiopian Airlines would resume flight to Asmara, the Eritrean capital on 18th July. The…

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    Khaled sets twitter on fire, calls for ‘Justice’ for multi-racial World Cup winners

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    A comment about the French World Cup winners has provoked an online debate. Minutes after France beat Croatia on Sunday,…

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    Eritrea re-opens Ethiopia embassy frozen in time

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    Eritrea has re-opened its embassy in Ethiopia’s capital, Addis Ababa, for the first time since 1998 as part of the…

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    4 STEPS TO HASSLE-FREE SOUTH AFRICAN VISA FOR NIGERIANS

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    So you’ve been trying to go to South Africa but you’ve always feared that South African visa will frustrate you?…

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    Why Travelling Is a More Productive Way to Study

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    By Charles Ebert A majority of people of all ages, social status, and genders love to travel. Someone who haven’t…

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    Weekend Special: Cape Malay Fish Curry, Hermanus

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    One of the key experiences travellers look forward to in a new destination is food, even the picky eaters who…

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    No Visa? Don’t Worry! Here are Visa-free countries for Nigerians

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    Most Nigerians think they need a visa to cross the Nigerian border. Many of us even sometimes get envious of our…

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    Fela’s Afrika Shrine: an Iconic Place for African people and Culture—French President

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    The French president, Mr Emmanuel Macron, yesterday described Fela’s Afrika Shrine in Lagos as an iconic place for a lot…

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    Leading hoteliers look to ITB Asia as part of their growth strategy in Asia

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    Continued demand from major hotel players and request of additional exhibition space sees a 40% increase 125% increase of hotels…

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    Why I am Fired Up About Soweto

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    By Soussou Veronica Every moment I spend in South Africa embeds beautiful memories in my mind. While I keep relishing…

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    French President Macron to visit Fela’s Afrika Shrine

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    Emmanuel Macron, the French leader, will visit the Afrika Shrine, a popular nightclub in Lagos, Nigeria, founded by Nigerian music…

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    Visit Johannesburg: A First-Timer’s Guide

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    By Zara Lewis Most tourists in South Africa usually go straight to safari spots or Cape Town and leave Johannesburg off…

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    Here is Something Nice from Luxor for the Weekend: Om Ali

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    We talk about the Egyptian pyramids, history and ancient places. But we easily forget the things that the Egyptians could not…

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