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Hilton Garden Inn to open in Uyo

Nigeria is getting its first Hilton Garden Inn hotel, forecast to open in 2015

Q&A: Realising Cape Town’s Potential

Markus Fritz, General Manager of Hilton Cape Town City Centre, talks to Dylan Rogers about the hotel's size.

Wings Travel sets up in Mozambique

Wings Travel Management is establishing an operation in Mozambique to support clients who are moving into this market, following the discovery of some 85...

BA cancels London-Tunis flights

Passengers booked on this route after 25 October will be refunded

Japan Airlines Business Class

Tokyo-London

Flying to destination Africa X

With the growth and development occurring within the African continent, it is becoming increasingly necessary for business travellers to hire a charter company to get them to destinations that commercial, scheduled flights cannot reach. South Africa has a host of air charter companies that can get travellers safely to their business meetings in comfort and style.

Possible new taxes for Zanzibar tourists

Visitors to Zanzibar (Tanzania) could be subjected to additional taxes on hotel stays and at exit ports

Mövenpick steps up African expansion

Mövenpick Hotels & Resorts will debut in three new African markets over the next four years

Etihad Dreamliner Services Johannesburg

Etihad Airways deployed a Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner on its daily scheduled services from Abu Dhabi to Johannesburg on 20 October. The two-class 787-9s serving Johannesburg...

ANEW set to open 11th hotel

ANEW Hotels & Resorts, one of South Africa’s leading hotel groups, has managed to thrive amid a global pandemic. The company has expanded its...

When the going gets tough…

Steve Dinneen presents hardcore gadgets that will survive the most challenging of business trips.