Monday, May 29, 2017

Zambia

Politically stable, peaceful and centrally-located, with a growing economy, a good supply of quality hotels in the main centres, and an airport that needs...

NIGERIA

Nigeria is the ‘Giant of Africa’ and the most populous country on the continent, and in 2014 its economy surpassed South Africa’s as the...

Zimbabwe

Business travel is slowing making its way back into Zimbabwe, and despite the seemingly endless reign of Robert Mugabe, the country is stable today,...

Zambia

Zambia is a landlocked country in southern Africa, bordered by Tanzania to the north-east, Malawi to the east, Mozambique to the south-east, Zimbabwe and...

Uganda

Background Formerly a British colony, Uganda suffered under dictators Milton Obote and Idi Amin as well as various military regimes. In 2006 free multi-party elections...

Tunisia

Fact File Capital: Tunis Population: 10,889,000 Time zone: GMT +1 Plugs: Two pin round Dialling code: +216 Currency: Tunisian dinar. Exchange rate: $1 =  1.66020 TND Language: Arabic Visas The following do not need a...

Togo

Fact File Capital: Lome Population: 6,675,000 Time zone: GMT 0 Plugs: Two pin round Dialling code: +228 Currency: CFA franc. Exchange rate: $1 = 499.888 XOF Language: French Visas All visitors require a visa...