TOURISM: The Zanzibar Association of Tourism Investors’ Chairperson, Rahim Bhaloo, speaks to members after being elected at an election held at the Park Hyatt Shangani Hotel.
TOURISM: Etihad Airways announced three new quarantine-free destinations for the coming winter season. This November, the airline will begin flying to Johannesburg and Cape Town in South Africa, and the beautiful Indian Ocean island of Zanzibar. The new additions to Etihad’s network mean the UAE’s national carrier will be operating to 70 destinations across 47 […]
Tourism activities taka place under different topologies of which the most common is the conventional or mass tourism. Conventional(old) tourism attracts the majority of travelers, but it has little impact in improving incomes in rural areas where the majority of the citizens live. However, other forms of tourism are gaining currency, whose shared vision […]
At last minute Zanzibar Utilities and Regulatory Authority (ZURA) has revised downwards prices for fuel following government’s directive effective Sunday September 26. The government ordered the agency to reduce fuel pump prices with immediate effect in response to the rising cost of living caused by the Covid-19 outbreak. The local newspapers have been warning of […]
The long-awaited Chake Chake-Wete road construction project is expected to begin soon following the Dar es Salaam-based Mwananchi Engineering and Contracting Company Limited (MECCO) wining the tender for the construction work. The twenty-two-kilometer road connecting the Wete town and the busy Chacke Chake commecial town is a strategic project for the sister Island […]
Zanzibar’s Abeid Amani Karume International Airport now ranks as the fourth-largest airport in East Africa this winter, up from seventh year-on-year growth in numbers. According to Anna aero an airline network news and data website, Addis Ababa remains top, followed by Nairobi with Dar es Salaam sitting on third, up by one place, while the […]
Zanzibar. Zanzibar is extending its blue economy aspirations to seafood in a deliberate attempt to grab a share of the business that is growing in leaps and bounds across the world. A study by Rabobank – a Dutch multinational banking and financial services company – put the global fish and shellfish trade at $153 billion in […]