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Tourism sector recovery in Namibia expected to be…

Recovery in Namibia's tourism sector is expected to be slow even after the COVID-19 pandemic ends, as travelers need to recover financially and to build confidence regarding their safety when traveling, an outlook released Tuesday…

Six lessons for the tourism sector post Covid-19

Winston Churchill once said, “Never let a good crisis go to waste.” A quick look at the situation within the Namibian tourism sector reveals that it is going through an unprecedented period that requires it…

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Namibian tourism industry hit hard by virus

The Namibian tourism industry is experiencing an unprecedented crisis due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The country is now in virtual lockdown following the declaration of a State of Emergency this week by President Hage Geingob.…

Namibia is closing tourism heritage sites and issues…

The Namibia Ministry of Education, Arts, and Culture signed by the acting minister Martin Andjapa issued this urgent directive for Namibia. The World Health Organisation has declared COVID-19 a global pandemic. Following the Confirmation of…

Passenger liners suspend port calls

As the world continues to battle the growing number of coronavirus infections, at least eight passenger liners that were expected to dock at the Port of Walvis Bay suspended all activities around the world. The…