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Zambezi tourism flop ‘needs’ N$35 million

The state-owned Zambezi Water Front Tourism Park in north-eastern Namibia, which has already gobbled up N$180 million in taxpayers' money, could cost an additional N$35 million to reopen. The government shut the tourist centre, set…

Namibia wins big at travel indaba

NAMIBIA won the best exhibition stand at the 2019 Africa travel indaba in Durban, South Africa on Saturday. The trade show, which took place from 1-3 May, is among the largest tourism marketing events on…

NTB vows to remain committed to conservation

The Namibian Tourism Board (NTB) has vowed that it shall remain committed to conservation to ensure that more rural Namibian communities continue to benefit from wildlife conservation tourism. These remarks were made by its chief…

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Stronger ties will see growth in tourism

The local tourism industry is set to benefit from improved ties between Namibia and the Republic of Korea. During a courtesy call on the President of Namibia, Dr. Hage Geingob, the outgoing Ambassador of the…

Hunting season to commence in May

The Ministry of Environment and Tourism’ announced the 2019 hunting season during which the public will be allowed to hunt certain species as approved by the Cabinet. The period from 1 May to 31 August…

Kenyans badly troll Transport CS James Macharia over…

The government has announced plan to introduce direct flights between Kenya and Namibia as it seeks to strengthen economic and trade ties between the two friendly countries. The announcement was made by Transport Cabinet Secretary…

Shifeta urges businesses to uplift tourism

Speaking during a meeting on tourism organised by the Namibia Chamber of Commerce and Industry (NCCI) in Windhoek yesterday, the minister said the success of tourism depends on collaboration and cooperation among all stakeholders through…