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Kenya WRC Safari Rally: The toughest races in the world

Kenya WRC Safari Rally is known as one of the toughest races in the world, the beautiful Magical Kenya destination has been on “fire” since June 24. On June 15, Kenya’s Cabinet Secretary for Tourism and Wildlife, Hon. Najib Balala officiated the unveiling of Magical Kenya branded rally cars at the Kenyatta International Convention Center. …

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20 MOST ICONIC BUILDINGS – The Hallmarks of Art meeting Architecture in East Africa

East Africa consists of 20 territories with rich diverse cultures. The territories are situated at the African Great Lakes, Nile Valley, as islands in the Indian Ocean and in the Horn of Africa. These countries are blessed with natural and human assets being utilized to develop the ecosystem and build infrastructures to attract tourists across …

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Nigeria: UAE to begin visa issuance from October 8

The United Arab Emirates has confirmed that it would begin the issuance of visas to Nigerians from Thursday, October 8, 2020, the Minister of Aviation, Hadi Sirika, announced on Wednesday, Punch reports. Sirika had announced on September 30 that the UAE had written to state that they agree to issue visas to Nigerians, a development …

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Thousands of Ethiopians celebrate popular thanksgiving festival

Hiwot Tesfaye, a diaspora-based Ethiopian, is excited to celebrate Irreecha festival, an annual thanksgiving event celebrated by millions of Ethiopians annually, for the first time in her home country, Global Times reports. “In past years, I have celebrated the Irreecha festival in the U.S. where I currently reside. However, it feels much better celebrating the …

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Egyptian archaeologists unveil discovery of 59 sealed sarcophagi

Archaeologists in Egypt have announced one of the most dramatic finds in decades after 59 sealed sarcophagi were uncovered from the ancient necropolis of Saqqara, outside Cairo, Arab News reports.The mummified remains date back almost 2,500 years, with many more expected to be found in coming months.Saqqara, 32 kilometers south of the capital, is one …

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South Africa reopens borders to Africans

South Africa has opened its borders to travellers the first time since it went into Covid-19 lockdown in March. But travellers will be subject to conditions, including a valid negative coronavirus test, and the door is not open to all countries, rfi reports. “To allow ease of travel from the African countries, 18 borders will …

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Zimbabwe: Travelers to pay for COVID-19 tests at ports of entry

The Zimbabwean Government has announced that it will charge for COVID-19 tests done on travellers showing symptoms of the disease at ports of entry. The measure is meant to allow the government to replenish laboratory commodities, Information Minister, Monica Mutsvangwa, told a post-cabinet media briefing on Tuesday.Zimbabwe will resume international flights on Thursday this week …

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