Mar 12 2018

SENEGAL :Gorée Diaspora Festival a great boost for tourism

  Tourism is generally associated with traveling to strange and unfamiliar destinations for fun, relaxation, adventure, business and so on. However, this traditional way of conceptualising tourism has made it very difficult for many countries to develop innovative ways of growing the tourism sector; rather relying on mainstream attractions such as safari, culture and the […]

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Mar 12 2018

The Synagogue; Church of All Nations (SCOAN – Lagos Nigeria)

Every Sunday thousands of worshippers congregate at the Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN) for the Sunday service. The diversity of the congregants is generally evident in the different national flags waved during the “mass prayer” offered for the deliverance of the origin countries of the worshippers and the rest of the world. Considering the […]

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Mar 12 2018

Championing Africa’s Development through Pilgrimage tourism: The Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN)

The African Union (AU) in its development document titled “Agenda 2063; The Africa we want” advocates for “a Prosperous Africa Based on Inclusive Growth and Sustainable Development”.  The idea is to re-focus on achieving a united African vision of developing a continent that is prosperous and peaceful, capable of executing its own agenda and influencing […]

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Mar 12 2018

PIONEERING THE CONTINENT: AFRICA’S FIRST (1)

AGENDA 2063: FREEDOM OF MOVEMENT IS THE KEY TO PROSPERITY One of the highlights of former African Union (AU) Commission chairperson Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma’s final address at the Heads-of State summit in 2016 was the launch of the African passport The former AU commission chair acknowledged that launching the AU passport was a significant stride towards […]

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Jun 24 2017

THE BAFUT ECO –VILLAGE

THE BAFUT ECO –VILLAGE: AN EPITOME OF ECO-SOLUTIONS IN AFRICAN VILLAGES The concept of sustainable tourism has been captured in varying nomenclatures by academicians such as responsible tourism, ethical tourism and ecotourism among others. These concepts may vary in where they lay their emphasis but they carry the same core values .i.e. Tourism principles and […]

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Jun 24 2017

ART IS LIFE

Talented Calvin stands at Maboneng in Johannesburg next to his artwork every Sunday. Artist Calvin originally from Malawi, started a business known as CHEARTAFRIKA, with his brother known as Tony. Calvin, had always had a desire to learn more about ART. He therefore was introduced into the industry by Tony, who have been in the […]

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Jun 24 2017

Safari Experience at the Waza National Park

One of the places tourists would love to visit in order to come into contact with nature would most probably be an amazing and sizzling wildlife destination. Parks are usually created in order to conserve wild nature; to protect it for the future and to give people the opportunity to enjoy it. The natural beauty, […]

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Jun 24 2017

Rising Cameroonian Model

Growing up as a child, I loved doing plays and wearing fancy dresses. Even after a long day at school and after completing my house chores I always found time to dress and parade in the house. At that very tender age, I did know what I was doing but it was so much fun […]

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Mar 16 2017

Community of Sahel-Saharan States (CENSAD)

Tourism has become one of the main sources of income for Tunisia as millions of people flock in from all over the world. Tunisia’s attractiveness to a vast number of both domestic and international tourists stems from the country’s unique attributes which make it a rich melting pot of a favourable climate, golden beaches, rich […]

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Mar 15 2017

Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS)

Ghana is a true epitome of natural beauty, friendly people, bustling markets, hectic transport hubs and a host of things to entertain, amuse and startle the visitor. Ghana is also a country of great diversity and each of its ten regions has something to offer the traveller; from the mystique and breath-taking scenery of the […]

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