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03 AugStates prepare for open borders


To help our readers stay abreast of the changing travel and tourism landscape, Travel News will bring ongoing updates on the countries that…

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03 AugRwanda resumes commercial flights


The Rwanda Development Board (RDB) has announced that commercial flights will once again be welcomed back into the East African country…

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03 AugEmirates resumes services to Nairobi


Emirates has announced it will resume flights to Nairobi from 2 August. Flights between Nairobi and will operate three times a week operated…

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03 AugResilience and recovery: Aviation in Africa


As the world comes to grips with the pandemic’s acute health and socio-economic impacts, today we are facing a new reality…

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03 AugEgyptAir to resume services to Kuwait


EgyptAir will gradually resume its flights between Egypt and Kuwait by 15 weekly flights starting August 1, 2020. The airline is…

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03 AugUnblocking bottlenecks in financial relief is critical


The International Air Transport Association (IATA) is urging African governments to Take-Off guidance to ensure a safe restart to aviation. Without…

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03 AugListen: Professor Jeffrey Mphahlele talks travel restrictions in exclusive interview


Listen to Vice President of the South African Medical Research Council, Professor Jeffrey Mphahlele talks to Tourism Update publisher, Anton Marsh, about…

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03 AugIndustry engagement key to recovery


The collective driving the ‘South Africa is Travel Ready’ campaign have encouraged industry engagement and collaboration to build on the success…

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03 AugIndustry continues lobbying efforts


The tourism and hospitality sectors in South Africa continue to lobby against lockdown restrictions, which are limiting their earning potential. Peaceful…

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31 JulSA could have an ‘okay summer season’ if borders open


There is still a strong demand for travel to South Africa for the fourth quarter of 2020 from European travellers. “If…

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