Tag: EAC

East Africa set for joint Regional Tourism Marketing drive at ITB

Chief Assignment Editor Chief Assignment Editor- March 7, 2019 18:30

Looking to market the East African tourism, a delegation of five officials from the East African Community (EAC) Headquarters is participating the International Tourism Fair (ITB) in Berlin this week. ... Read More

Tanzania and Rwanda tour operators join forces to promote tourism in both countries

Chief Assignment Editor Chief Assignment Editor- March 5, 2019 21:28

Tour operators in Tanzania and Rwanda have agreed to jointly market the two countries as complementary destinations in their latest efforts to offer the tourists expansive adventure space. The Tanzania ... Read More

South Sudan fails to get thumbs up for EAC membership

editor editor- November 28, 2012 10:07

(eTN) - “They are woefully unprepared to even reach applicant status at this time, and their budget woes have not helped them at all. Read More

EAC Heads of State to formally open new Namanga-Arusha Highway

editor editor- November 28, 2012 07:40

(eTN) - Part of the official program for the upcoming East African Community Head of State Summit in Nairobi will be the formal launch of the new highway, which is ... Read More

EAC talking up tourism ahead of ITB – but will it stick?

editor editor- March 5, 2012 06:47

(eTN) - As the tourist boards and private sector participants start to make their way to Berlin for the world’s biggest tourism trade show, at least four of the East ... Read More

East African legislative assembly members to conduct tourism survey

editor editor- March 3, 2011 05:40

(eTN) - Information was received overnight that members of the East African Legislative Assembly (EALA) will begin a region-wide assessment and survey of the tourism sector to get first-hand feedback Read More

Eastern African Standby Force to exercise in South Sudan

editor editor- February 11, 2011 06:51

(eTN) - Information was just received that the Eastern African Standby Force has agreed to hold an exercise later in the year in South Sudan, most likely soon after independence ... Read More