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#StartupStory: Crowd-sourced safety platform SOSS steps up in fight against GBV
#StartupStory: Crowd-sourced safety platform SOSS steps up in fight against GBVArticle

Looking to help curb the number of GBV cases and assist those at risk, Thabo Nonkenge and his business partners have developed SOSS...

Sindy Peters 7 Apr 2021

Top 10 countries in Africa for a safari holiday of your dreams
Top 10 countries in Africa for a safari holiday of your dreamsArticle

Dreaming of an African safari tour? Wondering which country in Africa offers the best safari experience?..

Issued by SA Shares 7 Aug 2020

These are the 5 best places for an African safari with kids
These are the 5 best places for an African safari with kidsArticle

The best memories are made on the road. And for the little ones, unforgettable experiences in the African Savannah beats getting a new toy...

Issued by Orbeen 22 Jul 2020

Why Swakopmund in Namibia is a summer destination of choice
Why Swakopmund in Namibia is a summer destination of choiceArticle

The Namibian town of Swakopmund was recently named the Town of the Year on Kyknet's Kwela. Kwela viewers select their Dorp van die Jaar (town of the year) in Southern Africa based on culture, activities, landscape, tourism and heritage...

13 Dec 2019

Say #YesChild and support children's education
Say #YesChild and support children's educationArticle

SOS Children's Villages South Africa is advocating for support in education through its #YesChild campaign - a request that resulted from listening to children...

30 Oct 2019

Protesters from two of Benin's unions take part in a demonstration after the parliament approved a law restricting to 10 days public sector employees’ right to strike, on September 13, 2018, in Cotonou. Journalist Ignace Sossou convicted of false news in Benin on August 12, 2019. Crdit: CPJ/AFP/Yanick Folly.
Journalist Ignace Sossou convicted of false news in BeninArticle

The government of Benin should act to decriminalise press offenses, the Committee to Protect Journalists said last week, after journalist Ignace Sossou was convicted of false news for reporting on corporate finances...

27 Aug 2019

Natural Selection to launch new property in Namibia
Natural Selection to launch new property in NamibiaArticle

Natural Selection will open their next Namibian property, Kwessi Dune Lodge on 1 March 2020...

25 Jul 2019

#AfricaMonth: 10 ultimate travel experiences in Africa
#AfricaMonth: 10 ultimate travel experiences in AfricaArticle

Wildlife, incredible landscapes, exciting road trips, centuries-old tribes and glorious beaches are just a few great travel experiences that make Africa one of the most desirable travel destinations in the world...

Natalia Rosa 21 May 2019

It's time for a new approach to travel
It's time for a new approach to travelArticle

When I overcame a flying phobia, I resolved to make up for lost time by visiting as much of the world as I could...

Randy Malamud 28 Jun 2018

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Faulty business models, policies shrink air travel market, survival of airlinesArticle

Beyond the prevailing harsh operating environment, the faulty business models airlines' operators often adopt may be responsible for the perennial low market penetration and short lifespan of local carriers...

Wole Oyebade 13 Mar 2018

Adventure ideas for your next holiday to Africa
Adventure ideas for your next holiday to AfricaArticle

If you are planning your next holiday to the land of unending adventures, Africa, you need to know what places have the experiences you are looking to have

Josephine Wawira 31 Oct 2016

Frozen in time: the alluring beauty of Namibia's Deadvlei
Frozen in time: the alluring beauty of Namibia's DeadvleiArticle

Are you a tourist photographer seeking your next destination to capture those unforgettable natural shots of the world's beauty? Dead Vlei should be your very next stop...

Josephine Wawira 27 Oct 2016

Industry salutes Togo's best five-star hotel
Industry salutes Togo's best five-star hotelArticle

Togo's top internationally branded five-star hotel has opened - providing delegates to the forthcoming Africa Hotel Investment Forum (AHIF) in Lomé on 21-22 June with a prime example of achievement in Africa...

Issued by Bench Events 3 May 2016

What to see on the Cape to Namibia route
What to see on the Cape to Namibia routeArticle

You've got your passport, the necessary documents and your map, and you're ready to hit the open road to Namibia. The next step? What to see along the way.

Kirsty Carpenter and Abigail Munroe 5 Apr 2016

Wilderness Safaris launches guided Namibia exploration
Wilderness Safaris launches guided Namibia explorationArticle

Wilderness Explorations, the guided journey division of Wilderness Safaris, is delighted to announce the launch of a new Exploration for 2015 - Desert Dune Safari.

26 Sep 2014

A side-splitting Stand and Deliver
A side-splitting Stand and DeliverArticle

If you haven't seen Nik Rabinowitz on YouTube or had a friend tell you: "You have to watch this guy, he's hilarious," then I'm not sure where you have been for the last two years. As the foremost Xhosa-speaking, Jewish comedian Nik brings something to the stage that is fresh and touches home.

Jordan Scott 30 Oct 2012

&Beyond Sossusvlei Desert Lodge situated in Africa's first international dark sky reserve
&Beyond Sossusvlei Desert Lodge situated in Africa's first international dark sky reserveArticle

&Beyond Sossusvlei Desert Lodge in Namibia aims to offer unrivalled stargazing from its observatory in the NamibRand Nature Reserve, which has just been declared Africa's first International Dark Sky Reserve (IDSR).

12 Jun 2012

Drop 'bogus charges' against Gambian journalists' leader, says IFJ
Drop 'bogus charges' against Gambian journalists' leader, says IFJArticle

BRUSSELS: The International Federation of Journalists (FJ) on Friday, 22 July 2011, joined the Federation of African Journalists (FAJ) and the West African Journalists Association (WAJA), in condemning the decision by the Gambian government to charge Ndey Tapha Sosseh, FAJ treasurer and former president of the Gambian Press Union (GPU), an IFJ affiliate, with treason and sedition, and called for these charges to be dropped.

25 Jul 2011

New study sheds light on memory formationArticle

A new study from the Montreal Neurological Institute and Hospital (The Neuro) of McGill University reveals that different patterns of training and learning lead to different types of memory formation. The significance of the study, published in the Journal of Neuroscience, is that it identifies the molecular differences between spaced training (distributed over time) and massed training (at very short intervals), shedding light on brain function and guiding learning and training principles.

5 Oct 2009

Gambian journalists charged with seditionArticle

NEW YORK: A magistrate in the Gambian capital, Banjul, on Thursday, 18 June 2009 charged seven journalists with sedition for criticising President Yahya Jammeh's televised comments about the unsolved 2004 murder of editor Deyda Hydara, their defense lawyer said.

19 Jun 2009

Seven Gambian press leaders arrested over Hydara reactionArticle

NEW YORK: The Committee to Protect Journalists called on Tuesday, 16 June 2009, for Gambia's national security agency to release seven journalists it arrested on Monday, 15 June. The detainees include leaders of the country's press union and editors of newspapers that published a union press release criticising President Yahya Jammeh's recent comments about the unsolved 2004 murder of editor Deyda Hydara.

17 Jun 2009

FAJ's first working congress elects committeeArticle

The first working Congress of the Federation of African Journalists in Kenya was a milestone: it was a first, and it adopted rules and elected the Steering Committee.

28 Nov 2008

Pan-African Campaign of Solidarity with Zimbabwe
Pan-African Campaign of Solidarity with ZimbabweArticle

On Saturday 12 July 2008, following a call by CIVICUS: World Alliance For Citizen Participation, Amnesty International (AI) and the Global Call for Action Against Poverty (GCAP), citizens of Africa united to express their solidarity with the people of Zimbabwe who are suffering persistent violations of their rights.

15 Jul 2008

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