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Come on in

We’ve all hung around in hotel lobbies and the chances are it has been pretty boring. We might have been waiting for a taxi...

A changed world

Whatever we think about the pace of change in our everyday lives, technology is right at the core, enhancing and personalising our experiences like...

Defining luxury

What is ‘luxury’ or ‘premium’ travel? It's the million-dollar question, isn’t it? It’s also a question that a lot of travel suppliers are asking themselves, particularly...

Tough times

Zimbabwean President Emmerson Mnangagwa, who replaced long-time leader Robert Mugabe after an army coup in November 2017, is trying to repair an economy ruined...

Face of the future

The use of biometrics by airlines and airports (not to mention banks, tech firms and governments) is soaring. International Air Transport Association President Gloria...

Holding firm

The African MICE industry has a long way to go. That’s before it can claim to be a serious global player. Sure, Africa has much going...

Coming out fighting

The water crisis may be over, but the hard work for Cape Town has only just begun. That’s because there is much to claw back...

Nigeria: Holding steady

Nigeria has been referred to as the ‘Giant of Africa’, but the continent’s colossus has taken some body blows over the past few years. The...

Private aviation: poised for growth

The size of the African aviation industry is nothing to be sniffed at. It apparently supports $55.8 billion of economic activity and 6.2 million jobs...

Full steam ahead

It’s been a difficult few years for some of Africa’s biggest economies, but that hasn’t stopped the world’s big hotel groups from continuing to...

Paris: a European treasure

Paris has a long and interesting history, having first been settled in the third century BC by a Celtic tribe called the Parisii, which...

Down, but not out

Nairobi has had a tough year. First there was the January terrorist attack at the 14 Riverside Drive complex, followed by a fresh outbreak of...