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Kariba dam levels rise after rains

The water level of the Kariba Dam – which generates hydroelectric power for millions of people in Zambia and Zimbabwe – is steadily improving this month, after it had dropped to under 1% of usable storage at the end of last year.

The Zambezi River Authority (ZRA) said since January 1, inflows into Lake Kariba and other upstream gauging sta… read more

Mozambique eVisa improves access

While still facing some teething problems, Mozambique’s recently launched eVisa platform has significantly improved the marketability of the country and has made access easier for visitors, according to tour operators and government officials.

The eVisa was launched on December 5 as part of a raft of economic stimulus measures that also in… read more

Zambia waives visa requirement for more countries

The government of Zambia has added several countries to its list for visa waivers.

This follows the announcement last October that visas would not be required for travellers from the UK, the US, Canada, Norway, Australia, China, South Korea, Gulf Estates and the European Union.

The visa waiver for the original list of countries was e… read more

Radisson opens first safari resort in Zambia

The Radisson Hotel group has opened its first safari resort in Africa, Radisson Blu Mosi-oa-Tunya Livingstone Resort.

This is a key step toward the group’s goal of reaching 150 properties in operation and under development in Africa by 2025, according to Tim Cordon, Chief Commercial Officer, Middle East & Africa, Radisson Hotel Gr… read more

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