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Proflight Zambia to discontinue its service between Lusaka <> Lilongwe!
Zambian airline Proflight Zambia is set to terminate its four-weekly service between Kenneth Kaunda International Airport (LUN) in Lusaka and Kamuzu International Airport (LLW) in Lilongwe in Malawi. According to the airline's international timetable (valid February to May 2020), the service will be discontinued from 29 February 2020. From its base in Lusaka Proflight Zambia's domestic routes include Livingstone,...»
Proflight Zambia to increase flights between Ndola <> Johannesburg!
Zambian airline Proflight Zambia is set to introduce a fifth weekly return service between Simon Mwansa Kapwepwe International Airport (NLA) in Ndola, Zambia, and OR Tambo International Airport (JNB) in Johannesburg. Effective 29 März 2020, the airline will operate an additional return flight on Sudays to Johannesburg. As of now, Proflight Zambia operates four weekly fligts on Mondays, Wednesdays,...»

EN - GB - 234x60 - Banner Accommodation of the Week (09/2020)
Sandfields Guesthouse in Swakopmund, Namibia!
• Exceptional 10.0
• Great location
• Tasty breakfast
• Delightful rooms Tour of the Day
Namibia Camping Safari
Duration: 12 days
Route: Windhoek to Windhoek
Countries: Namibia
Namibia: Namibia Wildlife Resorts to slash rates by 70% during March 2020!
Namibia Wildlife Resorts (NWR), the state-owned enterprise mandated to run the tourism facilities within the protected areas of Namibia, has announced that it will celebrate Namibia's 30th independence anniversary by offering a 70% accommodation discount at its establishments  during the month of March 2020 (01 - 31 March 2020). The discount will be running at all NWR facilities spread across Namibia...»
Zimbabwe: Zuva Petroleum to accept foreign currency at eight DFI fuel stations!
Zimbabwean energy company Zuva Petroleum has announced that eight of its 72 retail service stations in Zimbabwe will be accepting foreign currency payments. Customers can pay for their fuel in foreign currency (US$) at the following fuel stations across the country: Lorraine, Groombridge, Pendennis, Valley (all in Harare), Macs Garage (Bulawayo), Oasis (Beitbridge), Palmerstone (Mutare) and Zambezi...»
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