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HAN wants responsible reopening of borders

The Hospitality Association of Namibia (HAN) says although Namibia received praise for jump-starting the local tourism sector by opening hospitality establishments, it wants to see an orderly and responsible reopening of the country’s borders to…

Gondwana not retrenching yet – Namibian

GONDWANA Collection Namibia will not retrench any of its 1 000 plus workers for now due to the impact of Covid-19 on the tourism and hospitality sector, but will use its reserves to keep them.…

Namibian tourism sector to resume operation on May…

Namibia's tourism and hospitality industry will be allowed to resume operations after the country enters the second stage of its national lockdown on May 5, the Ministry of Environment, Forestry and Tourism said Thursday. Namibia's…

Hobas Lodge lockdown lifted

Namibia Wildlife Resort’s flagship lodge near the Fish River Canyon, Hobas Lodge, was re-opened a day after going into a temporary lockdown following the positive Corona testing of a guest of the previous week. The…

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Lodge to slash wages due to Covid-19 –…

The Namibian hospitality industry, particularly lodges, are highly vulnerable and will be hard hit by the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic after Namibia has recorded the third case of Covid-19 last week. Many lodges are…

Etosha King Nehale lodge to open soon

The much anticipated Etosha King Nehale lodge will open its doors on 28 April and promises a truly Namibian experience. The lodge, owned by Gondwana Collection Namibia, is situated about 15km south west of Omuthiya…

Reho Spa future hangs in balance

Reho Spa – once the pride of Rehoboth and a renowned tourist attraction is currently an eyesore in this town, as it has been unutilized for years now and in a dreadful state. Harsh weather…