Africa’s Travel Indaba 2023 to Wear New Look, Targets Industry Growth
This year’s installment of Africa’s Travel Indaba will see the return of some iconic events while also introducing new additions. Africa’s Travel Indaba…
Team Zimbabwe in Mauritius for Inaugural Bleisure Summit
“The Summit is a platform for the ZTA to network and engage the Africa investment community and promote tourism investment opportunities in Zimbabwe.”
Zambia Lifts All COVID-19 Restrictions at Entry Points
“It is with immediate effect that all COVID-19 travel related restrictions for entry into Zambia are lifted. All travelers to Zambia will no longer be…
Accra Weizo Travel Expo Returns for First Post-COVID-19 Event
In addition, Accra Weizo 2023 will also see the return of the Balafon Awards which was instituted in 2009 to recognize individuals and organizations that…
St. Ange’s Seychelles News Agency Interview on Lifetime Award
The Seychelles News Agency caught up with St. Ange to reflect on his lifetime’s work in Seychelles’ tourism and hear his views on the current situation of…
Ghana Ready for Visit of US Vice President Kamala Harris
Vice President Kamala Harris and Second Gentleman Douglas Emhoff will be travelling to Accra, Ghana; Dar es Salaam, Tanzania; and Lusaka, Zambia from March…
St. Ange Speaks on Lifetime Achievement Award Post-ITB 2023
St. Ange was honoured along with Jamaican Minister of Tourism, H.E. Edmund Bartlett with a Lifetime Achievement Award at the PATWA International Travel Awards.
Gambia Minister Catches Up With Old Friend St. Ange
The Gambia Minister of Tourism and Culture, Hon. Hamat Bah met with former Minister of Tourism, Civil Aviation, Ports & Marine of Seychelles, Alain St. Ange.
Ghana Tourism Parley With Consultant, St. Ange at ITB Berlin
The Ghana consultant also met and discussed with members of Ghana’s private sector trade who were present on the Stand in Berlin.
ITB 2023: St. Ange Delivers New Initiatives for World Tourism
Alain St. Ange spoke about the need for Tourism Destinations and everyone involved in tourism to take stock of what existed before as key USBs