An Eye on West Africa

I was at the annual Africa Hotel Investment Forum in Nairobi in early October. Organised by Bench Events, which also holds similar conferences in...

ASATA column: ‘Over-tourism’ is a problem

Although it’s not a new phenomenon, over-tourism has received a lot of attention this year, with popular destinations and cities across the world flagging...

Q&A: Air Mauritius – Solid and steady

Q: What’s your view on the current state of the African airline industry? A: Africa holds around a 3% share of the global air transport...

Q&A: Hilton – Serious about Africa

Q: What are your thoughts on the development space in Africa? A: I like what I see. We’ve built momentum over the last 60 years...

Q&A: Comprehensive offering

Fancourt on South Africa’s Garden Route has built a reputation as a luxury golf destination, thanks to its three award-winning

ASATA: Breaking the bonds of urgency bias

We live in a world where taking quick action is prized above many other business traits; an ability to move quickly and decisively

An Eye on West Africa

If all goes according to plan – and there are many, many people working hard to make sure that happens – an amazing new hotel

Q&A: Betting big on Zim

Zimbabwe has gone through big change in the past year, and the Chief Executive of Rainbow Tourism Group, Tendai ..

ASATA Column: Thinking of going rogue?

Do you find it easier to hop online quickly and book that deal for that Jo’burg-Cape Town flight yourself, rather than going

An Eye on West Africa

I believe that (at least for frequent travellers) the two main things you remember about a hotel stay are the food and the staff. I

Q&A: RwandAir – On the rise

RwandAir, the national carrier for Rwanda, has big plans for a piece of the global air travel market. With one of the youngest fleets