Last Updated: Saturday, July 22, 2017 01:04:07 PM 

How Africa fell in love with Guinness

Who loves Guinness more than the Irish? Well, there's the UK: That's the world's biggest market for Guinness. And then there's Nigeria, which overtook Ireland as...

Jumia Travel launches a new feature to scale Facebook Messenger as a CS channel

Facebook Messenger is now fully integrated in Jumia Travel’s system as a powerful channel for Customer Service. The integration of customer service for Messenger...

‘’MADIBA’’: There is something in a name

It’s July 18th, 1918 somewhere in Mvezo, South Africa. The weather changes, birds fly fast to take cover and the world comes to a...

Five pricey cities that you can now afford

A rise in global nationalism paired with a worldwide drop in oil prices has brought about significant shifts in the global economy over the...

25 of Africa’s best beaches

No one's going to claim Africa has all the best beaches in the world, but it has some of them. From the wind-tickled shores of...

The 10 most dangerous waters in the world

Most people can’t imagine their vacation without some body of water nearby, be it a lake or an ocean. But there are waters on...

Hospitality and tourism’s relevance to African markets

The hospitality and tourism is an important sector for many developing countries, since it is one of the main foreign exchange earners and key...

15 of Africa’s favorite dishes

Given that the first "barbecue" might well have taken place in Africa, this is a continent that can arguably claim to have invented cooking. But African...

The impact of OTA’s on tourism and hospitality in Ghana

Throw back a few decades to the 60’s and 70’s or even the early 80’s when technology was not this far advanced. Travelling was...

Ghana’s beaches threatened as over 5m people continue to defecate

Ghana’s beaches are under threat from its citizens that if nothing is done to salvage the situation, lives might be lost at the end....