[AIM] Maputo -As cyclone Idai approaches the Mozambican coast the government has called on people living in Sofala, Manica, Zambezia and Tete provinces to take cautionary measures.
[Public Agenda] “Africa is a marvellous continent.
[Monitor] Parliament has asked the State Minister for Tourism, Godfrey Kiwanda to shade more light on the controversial Miss Curvy beauty contest.
[New Times] This year’s gathering will highlight Rwanda as a guest country and will showcase Rwanda’s progress in the tourism and agriculture sector.
[Monitor] Entebbe -President Museveni yesterday described his ministers as “sleepy and selfish” people who do not listen and do not act on issues affecting investment in the country.
PITY THE finance minister who must instil confidence in Lebanon, which has the fifth-highest public-debt burden in the world, at 150% of GDP. But Ali Hassan Khalil did a staggeringly poor job of it when he told a local newspaper his country was ready to default.
[The Herald] President Mnangagwa yesterday declared the first Friday of each calendar month, the National Environment Cleaning Day, as his Government moves to ensure the country has sustainable environment management and waste disposal systems.
[The Patriot] Botswana is about to experience a surge in Chinese tourists following the relaxation of VISA regulations, that is if trends from similar developments are anything to go by.
[The Herald] The trial of former Tourism and Hospitality Industry Minister Walter Mzembi, who is facing charges of theft of trust property involving $1,6 million, failed to commence today because he is critically ill.
[ForwardKeys] The extraordinary rise of Ethiopia as a destination and a transfer hub for long-haul travel to Sub-Saharan Africa has been revealed in the latest findings from ForwardKeys which predicts future travel patterns by analysing 17 million flight booking transactions a day.