Bruised by COVID-19 outbreak, the Namibian tourism enterprises and traders are optimistic about business revival as the country open its borders to international visitors.
On Sept. 11, Namibia welcomed the arrival of Ethiopian Airline carrying 43 passengers at the country’s flagship Hosea Kutako International Airport after a six-month stoppage.
The country opened up borders to tourist, which forms part of Namibia’s Tourism Revival Initiative, geared towards reviving the sector. Subsequently, the Namibian government ended the six months State of Emergency on Sept. 17, initially put in place as a measure to curb the spread of COVID-19.
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