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O&L leisure commences upgrades and renovations at Midgard

    Namibia is experiencing a transformative shift towards becoming a premier destination, and O&L Leisure is at the forefront of this evolution. With a steadfast commitment to authenticity, care, and passion, O&L Leisure proudly announces the commencement of upgrades and renovations to 25 rooms at Midgard, a cherished retreat nestled in the heart of Namibia's captivating landscapes. As Namibia transitions into a premium destination, O&L Leisure is aligning its […]

todayMarch 27, 2024 6

Africa

After Ivory Coast’s thrilling AFCON 2023 can Ghana’s Africa Games 2023 shape up?

    By Bonface Orucho, bird story agency   After the eventful, action-filled AFCON 2023 tournament in Ivory Coast that concluded last month, West Africa is now hosting another sporting extravaganza, as Ghana hosts the 13th edition of the Africa Games. This promises a month packed with athleticism, passion, and continental unity, with surge in the number of participating countries. The pan-African multi-sport event, organized under the African Union's Sports […]

todayMarch 8, 2024 10

Local

Namibia Wildlife Resorts hospitality institute celebrates graduation of 69 trainees in hospitality and tourism

  The Namibia Wildlife Resorts Hospitality Institute (NWR HI) on the 13th of Novemebr celebrated the graduation of 69 trainees in various specialisations within the hospitality and tourism sector. The ceremony took place at Gross Barmen in Okahandja, marking a significant milestone in the journey of these dedicated individuals. The training initiative, which commenced at two centers, Khorixas Rest Camp and Gross Barmen Resort, included 80 apprentices, of which 69 […]

todayNovember 14, 2023 1

Opinion Pieces

Namibia Tourism and Hospitality Industry Make Significant Strides

By Josef Kefas Sheehama The tourism industry contributes about 10 percent to the global GDP. In Namibia, the contribution of tourism and hospitality to GDP was N$7, 7 billion or 3, 7% of nominal gross domestic product (GDP) and an indirect contribution of N$24, 8 billion, or 12, 0% of nominal GDP. Considering the tourist demographic, Europeans accounted for 64% in September, with Namibians at 18% and South Africans at […]

todayNovember 14, 2023 7

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