This Week On NomadTV
Kenya’s economy is now the center of a promising new zone of growth in East Africa. Central Bank of Kenya deputy Governor, Sheila M’Mbijiwe in an interview with NomadTV speaks on the economic outlook of East Africa and its potentials.
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
Nomad Television’s exclusive interview with Paul D’Arcy, Chief Executive Officer, Calabar International Convention Centre at Meetings Africa 2015: Advancing Africa Together.
Mariki Theron – The International Sales & Marketing Manager of Legend Lodges, Hotels & Resorts speaks on strategies deployed by the company to attract more tourists to its five resorts and its expansion plans across Southern Africa.
Nomad Television’s exclusive interview with Glyn Taylor the Joint CEO, Century Conference Centre & Hotels at Meetings Africa 2015: Advancing Africa Together.
Freelance Journalist and African Analyst Liesl Louw-Vaudran chats with Nomad TV on the new African Union Passport and if it will be truly beneficial to completely scrap visa regulations across African countries.
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.
Swaziland‟s economy is mainly dependant on agriculture, citrus production, soft drink concentrates, sugar, clothing and textiles; timber, including furniture; pulp and paper;refrigerators; metal and engineering; glass and chemicals and a wide variety of handcrafts etc. Recently, the country has been enjoying a positive mirror on the tourism sector. NomadTV interviews Nokwanda Masuku, Marketing Assistant , Tourism Authority
Tourism in Uganda has successfully improved and developed but it is still facing some challenges which have greatly affected the safaris tours with in the country. High competition from neighboring countries like Rwanda, Kenya and Tanzania. These countries are selling the same products like Uganda and this has affected Uganda’s tourism sector since it’s considered a
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.
Currently, tourist arrivals into Uganda have reached 1.3 million as of 2014 records and this is up from 600,000 the country received in 2006. These numbers have too seen the country’s earnings from tourists arrivals go up to $1.4 billion in 2014 down from $600,000 earned in 2006. Tourism development projects […]