A New Dawn

After more than 30 years of Mugabe rule, Zimbabwe has a new president and the hopes of a more prosperous future, but the

TMCs in Africa

As client needs change and with the almost constant pressure on spend, never mind the impact of technology, the travel

Remote working: club rules

By 2020, it’s estimated that as many as one in two workers in the UK will be freelance or self-employed, collectively contributing more than £51 billion ($67 billion) to the economy. The same trend is being observed in the US. And it’s not just the self employed

More for less

It’s big business, this MICE business. According to a report published at the start of the year by Allied Market Research, titled, "MICE Industry by Event Type: Global Opportunity Analysis and Industry Forecast, 2017-2023", the global MICE industry was valued

Behind the curve

Is the prospect of ‘open skies’ in Africa a possibility, or is it just pie in the sky? Kate Kennedy investigates The International Air Transport...

Bullish and optimistic

The world’s big hotel groups still see Africa as relatively untapped and under-supplied, and they continue to put together development pipelines that look impressive on paper, but require a greater conversion rate to make a material impact on the African hotel landscape in the short-term.

Bouncing back

It’s been a challenging few years for Nigeria, but there are positive signs that this African superpower is bouncing back. Nigeria has been referred to...

Making a plan

‘Day Zero’ may have been pushed back, but the water crisis in South Africa’s Western Cape has had a significant impact on travel to...

Primed for growth

Private aviation in Africa is in a healthy state, but it’s not showing the growth that it should – yet – according to those...