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Tourism is the main driver of the West African archipelago’s economy.
The Kenyan middle class “have time to play golf, go for spa weekends and spend time with family”.
St Helena officials hope the development of an international airport will grow the island’s economy.
Visitors to Africa are increasingly looking for family-orientated safari options.
Lonely Planet says Malawi’s Majete Wildlife Reserve offers an uncrowded game viewing experience.
Corruption and protectionism hinder Africa’s development, says airline boss.
Xtreme Design and Engineering offers software and mobile applications to improve business efficiency.
Yugoslavia-born pilot Zivota Boskovic started Boskovic Air Charters with a single Cessna 182. The Kenya-based air charter company has since expanded to a fleet of 16 aircraft.
Somalis living abroad are now returning home and taking up opportunities to rebuild their country.
Tour operator speaks about his passion for unique destinations, as well as challenges in the tourism industry.
International hotel brands are capitalising on the growing demand for rooms across the continent.
Plan and provide for the lean months during the peak season, advises Business Partners.
Economist expects tourist numbers to drop after recent Westgate Mall attack in Kenya.
“Not everybody can afford $300 a night,” says Diar Capital founder as it moves into the mid-range hospitality market.
Holiday Inn Accra Airport general manager Bruce Potter shares his business insight.