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49 percent of Africans now travel within the continent with little or no visa hassles By Timi Obafemi   Hope is rising for intra-Africa travel in the modern post-colonial nation-state era, the Africa Hospitality Report 2018/19 unveiled by the continental hospitality sector...
...As FG abandons National carrier moves By Nsikan Ikpe   Air Peace, a Nigerian-originationg aviation company has declared that it is determined to fly Nigeria's flag most robustly in the continent of Africa. The airline made this remark while participating at the Nigerian...
  Joe Falter Appointed as the New CEO of Jumia Travel By John Eche   As part of moves aimed at further boosting its business, Jumia Travel has announced the appointment of a new Chief Executive Officer.   He is Joe Falter, and will be...
  Cracking the code to road safety with Uber By Ada Anioji   Uber has moved to upgrade its security infrastructure as it has to do with the safety of its patrons and drivers, a statement from the technology firm has disclosed. According to...
New fares designed to benefit users, drivers   By Ada Anioji Uber, the technology-based transportation enabler has announced that it would be offering cheaper fares as part of a more affordable and convenient plan for Nigerians to move around from today. Accordingly, Uber...
Reviewing the One Africa, One passport policy By Oluwole Sheriff Olusanya   On Tuesday, 25th of April, 2017 which was co-incidentally a month to our Africa Day celebrations, I was in a building in Oregun, Ikeja, with some highly intelligent and informed...
New hire to help shape operations in sub-region By Ada Anioji   Uber, the technology-based transport sector player, has made a strategic new hire as part of efforts to further strengthen its West Africa operations. The latest addition is the new Public...
Cover operational when drivers are using the Uber app By Ada Anioji   Uber, the global technology-based transportation facilitator, is counting the gains of its partnership with AXA Insurance in providing cover for its drivers within Nigeria, saying that it is helping...
City Link prepares return to the skies By Joseph Ojumu   Domestic airline operators in Ghana have moved to reduce their airfares following the passing of the appropriation bill by parliament. The bill which was passed on Friday saw parliament scrap the 17.5%...
Survey¬†demonstrates upbeat response to introduction of visa-free scheme By Lukmon Akintola   Coming on the heels of the landmark summit of the Africa Union, AU, held in Kigali, Rwanda in August, a new research outcome released by¬†the travel technology provider, Sabre Corporation...

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