Category: Tourism

President Zuma Renames Bloemfontein International airport after Hero

President Zuma Renames Bloemfontein International airport after Hero

South African President Jacob Zuma has officially renamed the Bloemfontein International Airport. The Airport will from Thursday 13 December 2012 be known and referred to as the Bram Fischer International Airport. The re-naming ceremony took place in Bloemfontein in South Africa on Thursday 13 December 2012. President Zuma while honouring Mr. Bram Fischer said “On […]

Swazi King’s Cup Golf Tournament Raises its Profile

Swazi King’s Cup Golf Tournament Raises its Profile

The Swazi King’s Cup Golf Tournament in Banbane, Swaziland held every September; this year (2012) raised its profile by increasing its sponsorship money. Several companies like Swazi Spa Holdings; MTN Swaziland; Swaziland Posts and Telecommunications Corporation (SPTC); Nedbank Swaziland; Metropolitan Life Swazi-land, Times of Swaziland, Build It, Phakama Investments, Union Supplies, B3 and Premier Swazi […]

Congolese Born Painter/Sculptor Preserving African Traditions through Art

Congolese Born Painter/Sculptor Preserving African Traditions through Art

Rhode Bath-Schéba MAKOUMBOU is a Congolese born female painter and sculptor resident in Belgium. Her works represent daily activities in Africa, especially women activities. She describes her work as a personal expression of one of the richness of her continent…Africa. The artist emphasizes on the social activities of African women. She uses a unique approach […]

Africa’s Two Seven Wonders of the World…(A Mind Blowing Relic and the Most Amazing Action of Nature)

Africa’s Two Seven Wonders of the World…(A Mind Blowing Relic and the Most Amazing Action of Nature)

The Great Wildebeest Migration is one of the most spectacular phenomenons of the natural world. It is increasingly celebrated as a unique world heritage. The phenomena (mass movement of millions of ungulates (hoofed animals) occurs between the Maasai Mara Game Reserve (Kenya) and the Serengeti National Park (Tanzania). They travel first to the north and […]