Africa-travel

Travelling while black: 7 South African travelogues you should read

Janet Remmington has received funding in the past from Oppenheimer Memorial Trust and the National Research Foundation of South Africa. That said, the cultures and literatures of travel from Africa ... read more

How can Pope Francis’s visit to Africa help the continent?

Pope Francis’s visit to the Democratic Republic of the Congo comes as it struggles to contain worsening violence. Eastern DRC has suffered unrest for years. But fighting has int ... read more

New report predicts immense growth for Africa’s travel and tourism sector in 2023

A new report on the hotel and hospitality sector has revealed that African travel and tourism has potential for immense growth after showing a faster post-pandemic recovery than anticipated. The 2023 ... read more

Africa: Jetlag Hits Differently Depending On Your Travel Direction. Here Are 6 Tips to Help You Get Over It

After a few difficult years of lockdowns and travel restrictions, people are finally winging their way across the globe again; families are being reunited and sights are being seen. read more

‘Hands off Africa,’ Pope Francis tells rich world, as he begins Congo visit

Trip will highlight the human cost of decades of conflict in the vast central African country. Read more at straitstimes.com. read more

Pope Francis condemns ‘economic colonialism’ in Africa on visit to DRC

Pontiff says ‘poison of greed’ for mineral resources is fuelling conflict in Democratic Republic of Congo ... read more

'Hands off Africa', Pope Francis tells rich world in Congo visit

KINSHASA - Pope Francis denounced the "poison of greed" driving conflicts in Africa as he began a visit to Democratic Republic of Congo on Tuesday (Jan 31), saying the rich world had to realise that ... read more

'Hands off Africa' Pope says on visit to DR Congo

Pope Francis gave a speech where he spoke of the centuries of exploitation faced by the country. read more

Pope Francis visit to the DRC

“Stop choking Africa: It is not a mine to be stripped or a terrain to ... Like Pope John Paul II, Pope Francis’ visit is intended to highlight the devastating effects of decades of conflict in the ... read more

Pope uses Africa tour to call for peace and end to ‘economic colonialism’

Pope Francis has called on the warring sides in the Democratic Republic of Congo to “lay down” their weapons, as he addressed more than 1mn people at a huge mass in the capital Kinshasa. “For all of ... read more

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