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  1. Alexander+Roberts unveils 2016 Annual Adventure in Southern AfricaRead the original story

    1 hr ago | Travel World News

    In the latest of a series of annual journeys, Alexander+Roberts president Bob Drumm will lead a 2016 Adventures in Southern Africa safari to Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe, and South Africa. "Over the past few years, I've taken small groups of guests to Normandy, Burma and Sri Lanka," notes Mr. Drumm, "and after my upcoming 2015 trip to New Zealand next month, I'm looking forward to next year and introducing our travelers to Southern Africa's astounding diversity."


  2. Fastjet eyes bigger slice of African pieRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago |

    Africa focused budget flights operator, Fastjet, is lining up an integrated regional operation after initial forays into Tanzania, Zimbabwe and Zambia, riding on rising flights that have surged by 56 percent in the half year to June. "The first flight will be in the next three to four weeks.


  3. Zimbabwe: 'Power Generation a Priority'Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday |

    Government is prioritising power generation because it is a key economic enabler for industrial growth, Finance and Economic Development Minister Patrick Chinamasa has said. Minister Chinamasa made the remarks while responding to questions from senators during a questions without notice session in the Upper House.


  4. Places to visit before you're 30Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 1 |

    FROM bar hopping, to incredible ancient places hidden in the far corners of the planet, here are the 30 best places to visit before the age of 30. MAR Pages has visited 80 countries over the last decade, but this destination stood out as the one she simply had to see. When she finally got there, it surprised her.


  5. Zimbabwe: 'Zim Offers Vast Investment Chances'Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 30 |

    ZIMBABWE presents vast investment opportunities, which investors who can perform on the world stage, should take advantage of, a senior Government official said. The Zimbabwe Ambassador to South Africa, Isaac Moyo, said the opportunities are available to investors who are able to manage global brands, attract the tourists and establish viable businesses and create jobs.


  6. Seeing an analogy between waterfalls and the marketsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 28 |

    I love waterfalls. I've seen some of the world's best, and they always have an impact.


  7. A Group of Fans Are Trying to Bring the Concorde Back to LifeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 25 | Entrepreneur Magazine

    The supersonic airliner was first flown in 1969 - that's almost 50 years ago - by the British Aircraft Corporation and France's Arospatiale, though its first commercial flight wasn't until 1976. Its maximum speed was twice the speed of sound, reaching up to 1,370 mph, and it transported passengers from New York to London in less than 3.5 hours.


  8. Froma Harrop: Why don't we try staying home?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 25 | Commercial Dispatch

    Generals have marked their operations by putting pins on wall maps of the world. I could do the same for friends and neighbors who have just gotten back from some place and are about to leave for another.


  9. Baboon chases touristRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 22 | Hampton Roads Daily Press

    While sightseeing in Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe, these tourist tried to get a closer look at some wild baboons but one of the animals was not a fan of the invasion, so he chased down one member of the party in hilarious, and frightening fashion. Sept.


  10. ROUTES: Air Zimbabwe eyes London and Beijing return this yearRead the original story

    Monday Sep 21 | Flight Global

    Air Zimbabwe is targeting a return to London and Beijing as soon as this year part of a new push for network growth chief executive Edmund Makona disloses. Speaking to Flightglobal at the World Routes conference in Durban, the airline boss says the Harare-based carrier will "continue to make efforts to engage the necessary stakeholders so that it comes to fruition by the end of the year".


  11. Legacy Hotels to help African SunRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 21 |

    South Africa's Legacy Hotels has been roped in to manage and refurbish city and resort hotels owned by African Sun in Zimbabwe at a cost of $60 million with effect from next month. Legacy Hotels will help African Sun manage the flagship Elephant Hills resort in Victoria Falls, the Troutbeck Inn in Inyanga, as well as three other hotels in Hwange, Victoria Falls and Harare.


  12. This Inventor Is Kickstarting Carry-On Luggage That You Can Ride Like a Go-KartRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 21 | Entrepreneur Magazine

    As if airports weren't already packed with enough harried hordes in a frantic dash to reach their destinations, a Chicago startup called Modobag wants to turn your local terminal into the Daytona 500. Modobag's eponymous creation is a piece of motorized carry-on luggage that can be mounted and ridden like a go-kart.


  13. Smiles and wilds await the intrepidRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 21 | Yahoo!

    On wildlife, to come eye to eye with a lion is to come face to face with our very roots - with us as the species that on these African plains learnt to use tools, changing our destiny from being the hunted to becoming the hunter. To come eye to eye with an elephant is to see all that is both enormous and strong and tiny and seemingly vulnerable .


  14. 16 tourist attractions for the ultimate daredevilRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 20 | Greenwich Citizen

    You can free climb to staggering heights, get up close and personal with majestic sites, and get views that will take your breath away. We've put together a collection of 16 adrenaline-pumping tourist activities around the globe, from volcano boarding in Nicaragua to skydiving over Mount Everest.


  15. Zambia: Zambia, Zim Partner On Batoka PowerRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 20 |

    ZAMBIA and Zimbabwe have partnered to explore the possibility of developing a 1,800 Megawatt power station at Batoka Gorge in Southern Province with an estimated investment of US$4 billion, President Edgar Lungu has said. Mr Lungu said the project was expected to begin between now and 2019 and is aimed at increasing the availability of electricity of domestic and industrial use in the country.


  16. VIDEO: Taxing tourism in ZimbabweRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 18 | BBC News

    Over the past few years, the political tensions and instability in Zimbabwe have put off international visitors from coming to the country's premier tourist hotspot - Victoria Falls. But that's starting to change and as the tourists return, hotels are sprucing themselves up and the airport is due for a major expansion.


  17. Destinations Revealed For 'The Amazing Race' Season 27Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 16 | CBS Local

    ... in Macau, China, and freefall more than 200 feet into the Batoka Gorge and swim with crocodiles in Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe. The 27th season of the 10-time Emmy Award-winning series premieres Friday, Sept. 25 (8:00-9:00 PM, ET/PT) on CBS.


  18. Zimbabwe hunter behind Cecil lion killing arrested for smugglingRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 15 | Thanh Nein News

    Professional Zimbabwean hunter Theo Bronkhorst leaves the Magistrate's Court in Hwange on July 29, 2015, after proceedings on poaching charges The professional hunter who helped an American dentist kill Zimbabwe's popular lion Cecil has been arrested for his alleged link with an illegal operation to smuggle 29 sable antelope out of the country. "He is facing charges of moving wild animals without a permit" and smuggling of wild animals, police spokeswoman Charity Charamba said in a statement.


  19. SA trio aid in Cecil hunter probeRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 15 |

    Three South Africans arrested near Beit Bridge last Friday in connection with attempting to use an "undesignated" crossing point were allegedly assisting police on Tuesday with information about the importation of sable from Zambia last month. The three were arrested after they were allegedly found with 29 sable on board their truck in the middle of the dry Limpopo River which borders the two countries.


  20. Cecil the lion killer faces fresh charges in ZimbabweRead the original story

    Tuesday Sep 15 | Xinhuanet

    The professional Zimbabwean hunter accused of having assisted in the illegal killing of the black-mane lion Cecil early July was arrested on fresh allegations of trying to facilitate the smuggling of game to neighboring South Africa. Theo Bronkhorst, whose trial in the alleged illegal hunt case has been set for Sept.