13 hrs ago
The Star Online
Online guide for safari lovers
AN online crowd-sourced safari guide that launched this week is being billed as one of the largest and most comprehensive in the world, allowing users to compare the major safari countries and tour operators against the advice of 2,200 user-generated reviews.
15 hrs ago
Chinese TV series find a new voice in Africa
When Mao Doudou and Her Sweet Days, a 36-episode light comedy about a modern Chinese couple and their relationship with each other's families, was dubbed in Swahili and broadcast in East African countries in 2011, Omar Ahmed, like many, became a big fan.
Thu May 23, 2013
Serengeti road divides biologists: Will a road across the northern...
Here, lions, leopards, elephants, hippos and giraffes wander free. Rivers of wildebeests, zebra and Thompson's gazelles -- more than 2 million all told -- cross the landscape in one of the largest animal migrations on the planet.
This Is Grimsby
Grimsby Telegraph published Charity bike bunch will be hogging Route 66
A MOTORBIKE enthusiast is planning to help wounded servicemen by travelling with one of them on the famous Route 66 in the US.
Wed May 22, 2013
Home Still Far Away for Immigrants With HIV
Subhead: Few female immigrants have enjoyed the benefit of the travel ban on people with HIV lifted three years ago Financial hardships, fear of stigma in their homelands and uncertainties about their U.S. legal status all block the way.
Tue May 21, 2013
Kenya - fine' about Obama av...
NAIROBI: Kenya said yesterday it was "fine" with US President Barack Obama avoiding the country on an Africa tour next month, rejecting reports it was due to upcoming crimes against humanity trials of its leaders.
Mon May 20, 2013
Obama schedules China summit, Africa trip
President Obama is planning major diplomatic initiatives with China and Africa in the coming weeks, the White House announced Monday.
Thu May 16, 2013
A true hedonist haven
Zanzibar is a semi-autonomous part of Tanzania comprising an archipelago off the mainland.
Tue May 14, 2013
Tanzania: Water Scarcity Affects Coffee Production in Kilimanjaro
QUALITY and quantity of coffee produced in Kilimanjaro is deteriorating while water supply is becoming scarce prompting Moshi Urban Water Supply and Sanitation Authority to seek tariff adjustment at Energy and Water Utilities Regulatory Authority .
Sun May 12, 2013
UAE, Malawi hold talks - Indiatalkies.com
Lilongwe, May 13 The United Arab Emirates and Malawi have held discussions to strengthen bilateral ties in all fields.
UAE, Malawi hold talks
Lilongwe, May 13 - The United Arab Emirates - and Malawi have held discussions to strengthen bilateral ties in all fields.
Fri May 10, 2013
Mail & Guardian
Burundi: Beauty, beaches and beer
Burundi may not be the go-to capital of East Africa, but it is cheap and cheerful, and tourists are starting to cotton on.
Eyewitness: Mount Kilimanjaro, Tanzania
Day three of a week-long hike up to the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa's highest peak.
Wed May 08, 2013
Your Money-Flush baby boomers funding big family trips
When Barbara Grover and her husband received an inheritance they were not expecting five years ago, they planned a luxurious family trip.
Former Brechiner set to undertake mammoth bike journey for chairty
Former Brechiner, Reverend Dave Slater, is set to undertake a mammoth cycle challenge all in the aid of charity on Thursday .
Mon May 06, 2013
East Africa: Technology Holds Back Rollout of EAC Single Tourist Visa
The proposal to introduce the single tourist visa in the partner states of the East African Community has been held back by poor Information Communication Technology infrastructure.
Tanzania: National Reserve Areas Strictly for Nature - Nyalandu
GOVERNMENT has no plans of allowing the Tanzania People's Defence Forces to use of National Reserve Areas for military exercises.
Fri May 03, 2013
The Washington Post
What a Trip: A gals' getaway in Africa
Who: Barbara Ossias of Urbana, Md., and Quebec; her two travel buddies, Louise Brenner and Marsha Reckley, both of Maryland; and her oldest daughter, Adar Roberts-Owen, who lives in London.
Wed May 01, 2013
Tanzania records impressive number of foreign tourists in 2012
The number of tourists visiting Tanzania went up by 24 percent from 867,994 in 2011 to 1, 077,058 in 2012, according to Minister for Natural Resources and Tourism Khamis Kagasheki.
Mon Apr 29, 2013
SW Radio Africa
Tsvangirai heads to Tanzania as diplomatic offensive continues
Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai travelled to Tanzania on Monday as part of a regional diplomatic offensive, with the MDC leader urging SADC to put pressure on Robert Mugabe ahead of elections.