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Hands off Chikane, Hands off South Africa – a warning to the Israeli lobby

The human rights and Palestine solidarity organisation #Africa4Palestine (formerly BDS SA) is warning the Israeli lobby in South Africa to lay off the anti-apartheid icon, Reverend Frank Chikane, and to stop interfering with our support for the Palestinian people.

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A STORY that Sparks Inspiration Begins In The Seychelles

11th February 2021 sees the launch of the much-anticipated STORY (Seychelles), flagship resort in the Seychelles of STORY Hospitality, a dynamic, UAE-based hospitality management company with an innovative approach and singular vision of excellence. … Continue Reading

Eco-friendly community-run picnic site network set up across Malawi

Land and Lake Safaris, one of Malawi’s most reputable tour operators, has created a new initiative that helps preserve the country’s beautiful hotspots, supports local communities, and encourages tourism – a Picnic Sites Project. … Continue Reading

Positioning Mozambique as the Premier Tourism Destination (By Charné Hundermark)

The African continent is renowned for its rich diversity of cultures, languages, wildlife and landscapes, in which Mozambique enjoys the privilege of encapsulating these elements in one country. … Continue Reading

Survival of wildlife reserves under threat in Namibia

After six months of lockdown, the Namibian government ended travel restrictions and curfews on Friday, in light of a drop in new COVID-19 cases. But Namibia’s economy, which depends heavily on wildlife tourism, has taken a major hit during the period, and the future of the country’s wildlife reserves, otherwise known as conservancies, is far from certain. … Continue Reading

Help for Nigerian small-scale farmers to improve food security and combat poverty in the face of COVID-19

The Federal Government of Nigeria and the International Fund for Agricultural Development of the United Nations (IFAD) are working together to lessen the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on small-scale farmers’ activities and domestic food supply in northeastern states of Nigeria. … Continue Reading

Coronavirus in Africa could reverse 30 years of Wildlife conservation gains, harming interconnected communities and livelihoods

For wild animals in Africa on the verge of extinction and the tight knit communities who protect them, COVID-19 is a specter, disrupting a delicate balancing act of survival for both humans and endangered species. … Continue Reading

AWF Extends Virtual Safari Program In 2021 To Educate Stakeholders On Threats To Pandemic-Stricken Conservation Communities

African Wildlife Foundation hosted its first ever virtual safari to Tanzania in October, which focused not only on giving participants a real taste of the safari experience, but offered an opportunity to learn from AWF experts about pandemic threats, including efforts to conserve wildlife and support wildlife communities. … Continue Reading

The Seychelles Islands more accessible to visitors worldwide

The Indian ocean archipelago reviews its entry requirements procedures so as to be more accessible for potential visitors as part of the restart of its tourism activities for 2021 and beyond. The new measures are to be implemented in two phases. … Continue Reading

IFAD and GCF scale-up action to improve life for millions of people and restore ecosystems in Africa’s Great Green Wall

Millions of poor farmers living in the world’s most climate-impacted parts of the Sahel have cause for hope today because of their governments’ support for accelerating Africa’s Great Green Wall (GGW), an area covering 11 countries from Senegal and Mali in the West to Ethiopia and Djibouti in the East. … Continue Reading

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