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Mauritius Strengthens Tourism Infrastructure

Lesotho, May 20 (Afrol News) - Three new hotels were inaugurated by Mauritian Prime Minister Paul Bérenger, last week, bringing the island's total number of hotels to 101. The government is now aiming at further boosting the tourism infrastructure by setting up a Tourism Development Authority and rethinking Mauritius' marketing strategy.

Read more... Wednesday, 03 June 2009 00:08
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Cape Verde Tourism Growing By 25% Annually

Cape Verde, April 30 (Afrol News) - The number of tourists entering Cape Verde has grown an average of 25 percent per year over the past four years. From 67,000 tourists in 2000, the figure jumped to 178,000 in 2004. These were some of the numbers announced by Cape Verde's Minister of the Economy, Growth and Competitiveness, João Pereira Silva, at the Intermunicipal Tourism Conference held recently on São Vicente.

Read more... Wednesday, 03 June 2009 00:06
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Easier To Get Travel Visas To Libya


TRIPOLI, Libya, June 1 (Afrol News) - It will now get much easier to get a tourism or business visa to Libya, at least for British citizens, to start with. Libya, which hopes to develop its tourism sector and to attract foreign investments, has so far been very difficult to travel to due to complicated visa regulations.

Read more... Wednesday, 03 June 2009 00:04
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Mauritius May Triple Tourist Arrivals

Mauritius, February 9 (Afrol News) - Prime Minister Navinchandra Ramgoolam of Mauritius holds that "Mauritius has the capacity, socially and physically, to receive over two million tourists a year," almost three times the number received in 2005. During the last few years, the Mauritian tourism sector had been stagnant, but growth returned in 2005.

Read more... Tuesday, 02 June 2009 16:42
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otel Tycoon Kerzner's SAfrica Return

By Fran Blany

CAPE TOWN, South Africa, May 2 (AFP) – After building mega-resorts from the Bahamas to Dubai, tycoon Sol Kerzner is back home in South Africa with a posh new 100-million-dollar hotel, 15 years after pulling up his stakes here in a cloud of controversy.

Read more... Monday, 25 May 2009 18:36
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Ambassador Hotel To Be Completed By 2010


By Innocent Appiah

ACCRA, Ghana, April 1, (Business News) - Construction work on the first phase of the rebuilding of the country’s premiere Ambassador hotel which would be known as Movenpick Ambassador Hotel which began in May 2008 is expected to be completed by October 2010, Clovis Abi Nader, Project Manager, Owner Representative of Kingdom Khi Ghana Limited, has said

Read more... Thursday, 30 April 2009 18:30

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