[Botswana Daily News] Molepolole — An elephant, which has been roaming around Ramotimane hills in Masugankwe ward near Molepolole for two days was killed on Tuesday.
[Namibian] The Rhino Files are periodic articles exploring the complexity of rhino conservation in Namibia.
[Nation] A suspected wildlife trafficker, who is wanted by the United States for a criminal trial, will remain in police custody pending determination of his application to be released on bail.
[New Times] Private companies seeking to venture into wildlife conservation for commercial gain will now be allowed to do so, thanks to a new law that governs biological diversity and wildlife in Rwanda, whose draft was approved by the cabinet last week.
[Daily Maverick] Wild lions can kill you, but farmed lions pose a far greater threat in terms of more than 80 zoonotic diseases that could be passed on to humans.
[Ethiopian Herald] Today, tourism is vigorously growing and contributing a lot to the global economic sector. The influences of tourism go far beyond economy and touch the socio-political and cultural life of people across the globe. Ethiopia is one of the few countries highly endowed with natural and historical tourism resources. However, large parts of … Read moreEthiopia: Efforts for Augmenting Tourism Potential
[This Day] The federal government has approved an increase of passengers per flight for international airlines from 116 passengers to 200 with a total of 25, 200 seats per week for both Lagos and Abuja airports.
[FrontPageAfrica] Monrovia — The heavy downpour of rain in some parts of Monrovia and its environs on Saturday could not stop Liberia National Tourism Association (LINTA) and the Liberia Chamber of Commerce (LCC), as well as the pro wildlife conservation group, the Forestry Development Authority, Forestry Training Institute, the Environmental Protection Agency, and several of … Read moreLiberia: Liberia National Tourism Association, Chamber of Commerce, Wildlife Group and Partners Celebrate World Tourism Day With Grand Parade
[DA] Dear Minister Mmamoloko Kubayi-Ngubane,
[Dalsan Radio] Ugandan airlines has on Thursday resumed the three weekly flights to Mogadishu after almost seven months suspension due to COVID-19.