Category Archives: Travel & Leisure


Innovative hotel brand for the millennial mindset, inspired by art, music and fashion to shake up South Africa hospitality sector The long-awaited Radisson RED Cape Town opens its doors today in the V&A Waterfront’s newly revamped Silo District. Carlson Rezidor


Radisson Blu, the iconic hotel brand driven by innovation and design, is proudly announcing the opening of a new Radisson Blu Hotel & Residence in Cape Town, South Africa. This is Carlson Rezidor’s 10th hotel in operation in South Africa.

Marriott International Rapidly Expands its Footprint across Africa

Leading hospitality company announces 6 new deals, 1 new brand, over 1100 rooms Amdec Group Continues to introduce Marriott’s global brands into South Africa Sheraton Mauritius is Marriott’s first signed deal since completing the acquisition KIGALI, Rwanda, Oct. 5, 2016

Marriott International Opens Doors for Business, Tourism and Career Opportunities in Rwanda

In an innovative partnership, Marriott works with the Akilah Institute for Women, Women for Women International and Bloomberg Philanthropies to equip Rwandan women with business skills with the opening of the Kigali Marriott Hotel BETHESDA, Maryland, Oct. 4, 2016 /PRNewswire/

Wyndham Hotel Group Introduces Three New Hotels to Africa in Triple Signing

New hotels in Ethiopia set to create nearly 500 jobs in the country DUBAI, United Arab Emirates, April 28, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — Wyndham Hotel Group today announced the signing of three new hotels in Ethiopia following last year’s opening of its

NamJam Is Becoming Popular With Revellers

The recently introduced NamJam series at the Hilton Hotel's Kalabar on Fridays is certainly becoming a popular knockout 'Live music' free entry event. It is giving the very best of Namibian talents including upcoming musicians a chance to showcase w...

Recycled Material House a Tourist Attraction

Seventy-four-year old Markus Samaleka has turned his home into a recreation centre to attract tourists and local visitors to supplement his monthly pension grant from government of N$1 000. He does not have a set fee for tourists who visit his

Slow First Quarter for Tourism Sector

FNB Namibia and Fenata have released the first tourismtravel index for 2015 which hints towards lower tourist activity within the country as the index dropped 12.8 percent quarter on quarter. Daniel Kavishe, market research manager at FNB Namibia Holdings, aised