Lagos, Nigeria.  Two words that evoke polarized emotions!  Some people who have lived here for decades think it...

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From west to east

I was walking down a Nairobi street the other day, and a local...

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At long last, Sierra Leone has been officially declared as Ebola-free, with no new cases for 42 days. ...

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The international anhotel chains signed a record 79 deals for new hotels in 2014, and there are likely...

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As evidenced by the record number of new hotel deals signed by the international and regional (African) hotel...

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There’s been a lot in the news recently about the new visa regime implemented by South Africa, and...

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Is there an article to be had on the opportunities for local providers to hotels? Interior decorators, IT...

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Should you ever find yourself in Yenagoa, the capital of Bayelsa State in Nigeria, I can recommend a Chinese restaurant...

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I flew from Lagos to Malabo, the island capital of Equatorial Guinea, last week.

Malabo airport is a distinct improvement from the muddy concrete...

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You might think that travelling between Africa’s two largest oil producers, Nigeria and Angola, would be a piece...

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