This Week On NomadTV
Nomad Television’s exclusive interview with Glyn Taylor the Joint CEO, Century Conference Centre & Hotels at Meetings Africa 2015: Advancing Africa Together.
Amrita Craig, Marketing Manager, Mauritius Tourism Promotion Authority speaks with NomadTV in an exclusive interview on the offerings of Mauritius as a tourist destination.
Is Africa a developmental burden or a commercial opportunity? What should governments across Africa do to attract foreign investments? How are the emerging market trends changing and affecting African economies? Dr. Martyn Davies, Managing Director of Emerging Markets & Africa at Deloitte Frontier Advisory answers this and many more questions.
Tourism is increasingly attracting regional and international investment, and returns on investments in the sector remain among the highest in the world. How can Africa boost Tourism? Dr. Martyn Davies answers…
The aim of Fair Trade Tourism is to make tourism more sustainable by ensuring that the people who contribute their land, resources, labour and knowledge to tourism are the ones who reap the benefits. Travellers can also book a fully certified Fair Trade Holiday. A Fair Trade Holiday is developed by tour operators committed to sustainability and
Trade flourishes when countries produce what their trading partners are eager to buy. With a few exceptions, this is not yet the case with Africa. It produces what it doesn’t consume and consumes what it doesn’t produce. In this interview, Ambassador Darlington Mwape, talks on Intra-African trade and how the continental trade agreement will benefit Africa.
Bride Price or lobola is both a cherished but highly controversial culture practised throughout Africa. It is the price paid in cows or money by the groom to the parents of the bride.
“There are broken-down cars and bits of discarded furniture everywhere,” Simpson wrote in the article posted on the BBC website.“Beyond the wooden shacks lie ditches and pools of dirty, stagnant water where mosquitoes breed. Two basic toilets serve the whole camp.”
This is the story of Lagare, a street musician in Bamako, capital of Mali, whose dream is to play in Europe someday. He now has the opportunity to perform alongside one of the best musicians in the country, Loby Traoré, one of the drivers of African blues.
Houma Mbaye Dia, Marketing & Communications Director, Senegalese Tourism Agency speaks with NomadTV in an exclusive interview on the objectives of the Senegalese Tourism board and new products.
Over the years, tourism is increasingly becoming instrumental in socio-economic development of Uganda. With careful planning and commitment of resources, the tourism sector has a potential to greatly contribute to the strengthening of the fundamentals of the economy to enable the country harness her abundant opportunities. Stephen Asiimwe, Chief Executive Officer, Uganda Tourism Board speaks
With leisure tourism in Kenya impacted by current global perceptions of the country’s security situation, the industry is turning to the business travel segment to make up the shortfall, with increasing emphasis being placed on the meetings, incentives, conventions and exhibitions segment. Jacinta Nzioka Mbithi – The Ag. Director of Marketing for Kenya Tourism […]
Endowed with national parks, birds, primates, geographical features, the new executive director of Uganda Tourist Board Steven Asimwe has promised to take tourism to greater heights, boost the numbers of visitors, attract investors and brand Uganda across the globe. Stephen Asiimwe, Chief Executive Officer, Uganda Tourism Board speaks to NomadTV in an exclusive interview […]