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(eTN) - The utterances of politicians in East Africa are legendary and legion, but the Tanzanian Minister for Natural Resources and Tourism, Ezekiel Maige, outdid himself when calling the UNESCO World
(eTN) - News received late yesterday indicates that the Tanzanian government has backed down in the face of growing global criticism and opposition to their plans to construct a highway across the Ser
(eTN) - In the face of continued global lobbying against the controversial Serengeti Highway plans, which have considerably damaged Tanzania’s public image as a conservation-minded nation, the gover
BEIJING, China - On Feb. 20, 2011, hosted by the Fujian Provincial Tourism Administration and Longyan Municipal Government, produced by JSB Destination Marketing Co.
(eTN) - While the controversy over the planned Serengeti highway continues unabated – especially in light of Tanzania government's decision to go ahead by hook or crook – another potential nail in
(eTN) - News broke last week that Kempinski Hotels were given a site in the old stone town of Zanzibar for re-development into a 5-star hotel.
ITALY (eTN) - Bestowing responsible tourism awards is an initiative of the leading Italian travel trade daily, L’Agenzia di Viaggi, the professional journal for tourism under the patronage of Enit,
UGANDA (eTN) - News was received earlier in the week that Kampala’s UNESCO World Heritage site, the Kasubi Tombs, which burned to the ground several months ago, will most likely be ready for a grand
China Yida Holding Company (China Yida) announced today that part of Hua'An Tulou's World Heritage tourism destination, the Shangping Tulou cluster scenic zone, opened to visitors on October 1, 2009.
Rich foreigners are making massive purchases of buildings on Lamu Island in Kenya, Africa, and this is putting the island in danger of losing its World Heritage site status.
ARUSHA, Tanzania (eTN) - Native Maasai population will not be evicted in Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Natural Resources and Tourism Minister Shamsa Mwangunga has announced, sending a "save our souls"