Around 20 000 elephants are killed in Africa every year for their tusks, costing the tourism sector millions of dollars, says conservation group WWF
A recent study on mid-range global warming projections predicts Africa will suffer a loss of mild weather days - basically speaking, pleasant weather.
In the era of neoliberal capitalism, both the ideology of Pan-Africanism and the legacy of the Trans-Atlantic slave trade have become commodities
Most of the growth has been driven by a strong showing in investments in sub-Saharan Africa, where planned hotel rooms are up 42.1% on 2015
New business travellers herald age of the serviced apartment - what it means for Africa's city hotels
In 2015/16, there were 8,802 serviced apartments in 102 locations in Africa - a rise of 89% and 34% respectively
‘There is definitely an overreaction to the plane crash, and it is devastating.’
Plans to carry a record 1 million passengers by 2017 as it boosts the size of its fleet
The 1.9 million Russian tourists visiting Egypt is equivalent to the entire population of Gabon deciding to go on holiday!
Technology-related travel growing faster than the traditional wildlife attractions, new research shows.
15 things Africa could do with the $106 billion cash from deal between world’s two biggest beer makers
The takeover of South African-born SABMiller by Anheuser-Busch InBev has gripped the world. Africa could put that kind of megabrew money to good use.
Incident likely to raise more concerns for Egypt's vital tourism industry, which is struggling to recover from years of political and economic chaos.
China Southern starts Kenyan flights as tourism grows; Nairobi reviewing Air France-KLM stake in airline after loss
Number of air travellers between China and Kenya was about 120,000 last year, expected to grow by 15% annually.
The working age population in Africa will increase by 70% by 2030, and they will need work. But it isn't rocket science, here are some quick wins
Africa's industrialisation: There's an 'easy' way to do it, here are 10 surprises and lessons learned
85 million light manufacturing jobs could be up for grabs in the next few years, but only smart governments will get in on the action
Around 700 travel agencies that employ 14,000 people could be affected by this terrorist attack.
Shabaab kills 50 in Somalia, in Tunisia gunman fells 38 as Islamists stage multiple attacks: Tourists flee
From Tunisia, Somalia, Kuwait, and France, it was a bloody day. Extremists vow to make holy month of Ramadan anything but holy.
Growing tourism industry adding tailwind to Horn of African country's burgeoning economy.
Across Africa, unique sites tell a compelling story about who we are, and the road that humanity has travelled
From Sudan to Senegal, Africa's head-turning new airports...with a helping hand from Chinese friends
Togo takes the biscuit, with plans for a $150 billion airport. You get an idea who the future game changers are likely to be.