September edition of VoyagesAfriq Travel Magazine out with new exclusive content

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Publishers of Africa’s leading travel and tourism magazine, VoyagesAfriq have reaffirmed their commitment to offer timely and relevant information by introducing new content in the September issue.

The Travel CEOs column and Lifestyle column are two (2) new exclusives introduced to enrich the magazine’s content which stakeholders have hailed as compelling and very useful in their activities. The travel CEO’s column offers a platform for industry captains to share their wealth of knowledge and experience whilst the Lifestyle column is a personality profile of key industry players and their success stories.

The maiden edition of the Lifestyle series features Nigerian business woman and lawyer Bolanle Austen-Peters who speaks about her special project to tell the story of Afro-music legend, Fela Anikulapo Kuti and his Kalakuta Queens. The Travel CEOs column on the other hand features the General Manager of Accra Marriott Hotel who speaks to VoyagesAfriq about Accra’s newest upscale property.

Aside from these new additions, the usual rich African content only gets better as Mount Kenya headlines as the country feature on the cover page with a picturesque view of the wonderful coast and safari offering.
In the latest publication is also some good news for the travel world as South Africa’s Minister of Tourism, Derek Hanekom hints of a possible introduction of e-visa by his country by the end of this year. Africa’s richest man and Nigerian mogul Aliko Dangote’s appointment as the first UNWTO Ambassador for responsible tourism is also one of the major articles featured in this edition.

The United Nations World Tourism Organization’s 61st Commission for Africa (CAF) was extensively covered in this issue even though the magazine maintained its 64 page limit.

Other must-read stories in this edition include the historic visit of Ethiopian Prime Minister, Dr Ahmed Abyiv to Eritrea and the Managing Director of Sarova Hotels who doubles as the Board Chairman of the Kenya Tourism Board, Jimi Kariuki calling for extension of Charter license granted low cost and full service airlines.

East Africa’s leading travel exhibition Magical Kenya Travel Expo is also previewed in this edition as Ghanaian tour-operator and media-personality, Gilbert Abeiku Aggrey throws the spotlight on Accra’s burgeoning Night Life.

The publication of the 3rd edition of the magazine comes around the same time the maiden Pan-African Tourism Leadership Awards named VoyagesAfriq, the most-outstanding travel media in Africa. VoyagesAfriq was also recently recognized by United Nations World Trade Organization, UNWTO as partner in global tourism development.

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