Opinion Articles - africa
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Seven future trends in hotel sustainability in Africa

By Andre Harms - Sustainability Engineer & Founder By Sarah Farrell - Creative Director at transparenCI

While hotels in the developed world are beginning to make strides in sustainability, Africa remains a continent where hotels face water scarcity, energy security issues, and infrastructure challenges - all of which make measures to improve sustainability even more important.

Africa set to benefit from global loyalty network

By Danny Bryer - Area Director, Sales, Marketing and Revenue Management, Protea Hotels by Marriott

Business travel across the African continent is, well, big business. Not only is it on the rise, but the foundations that support it are growing apace. From improved air access to increased hotel capacity for conferencing, many nations across the continent are shaping up for a competitive future.

Tourism & Hospitality Playing a Key Role in the Growth of African Economies

By Josephine Wawira - Consultant at Jumia Travel

The growth acceleration in Djibouti has been driven mainly by port-related activities and transport, such as transit trade with Ethiopia which has attracted large public and foreign investments. On the other hand, Ethiopia and Tanzania have been significantly supported by the recovery of agricultural production, their rising service sectors, and increased infrastructure investments.