Archive for the ‘Tourism & Leisure’ category
Mangalis Management is an African hospitality group that wants to put Africa on the map.
“Home is the best. If you don’t build your country, no one else will build it, that is why I moved back to Somalia.”
Despite the terrorist attack in Nairobi on the weekend, hotel groups met to discuss potential investments.
Zimbabwe’s rich mineral resources will drive economic growth in the country.
Crude oil production in Ghana has a knock-on effect on property development.
Online meal ordering platform grows consumer base in Nairobi.
How we made it in Africa talks to Kenyan entrepreneur about tourism in the country.
If at first you don’t succeed, try and try and try again.
“Tourism is fickle. But it is still the biggest contributor to the GDP in this country.”
How we made it in Africa looks at how some of the continent’s hotels are managing their online reputations.
Tourism accounts for a large part of many African countries’ GDPs, but the industry faces numerous obstacles.
Entrepreneur and media personality, Farai Gundan, shares her thoughts on Africa’s potential.
Nelson Ole Reiyia runs a safari camp targeting foreign tourists.
Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group, with brands such as Radisson Blu, has identified a number of African cities with strong business potential.
“I never give up and never ever surrender.”