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Namibia: FlyWestair to increase fligths on both local and regional routes!
Namibia's first private scheduled passenger airline, FlyWestair, is set to increase the number of weekly flights on both local and regional routes. Effective 17 February 2020, the airline will operate two additional weekday flights per week to Ondangwa, Oranjemund (Namibia) and Cape Town (South Africa). This will increase FlyWestair's flight frequency from 30 to 46 flights per week. According to the airline,...»
South Africa to introduce a zero tolerance drink-driving limit!
South Africa's Minister of Transport, Fikile Mbalula , has announced that the country's strict new driving laws will be introduced in June 2020. The new Administrative Adjudication of Road Traffic Offences (Aarto) Act will include a 0% legal blood-alcohol limit, meaning that drivers will not be allowed to drink alcohol and drive at all. As of now, the blood alcohol content (BAC) in South Africa must be less than 0.05 gram...

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Tekweni Backpackers Hostel in Durban, South Africa!
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Cycle South Africa
Duration: 10 days
Route: Cape Town to Port Elizabeth
Countries: South Africa
Eastern Cape: Baviaanskloof World Heritage Site is temporarily closed!
Eastern Cape Tourism has just announced that the Baviaanskloof World Heritage Site in South Africa's Eastern Cape is temporarily closed due to flash floods in the area. No motorbikes, bicycles, 4x2's or 4x4's are allowed to enter the reserve till further notice. The 270 000ha Baviaanskloof World Heritage Site, located about 120 km west of Port Elizabeth, forms part of the Cape Floristic Region and is one or the...»
Rwanda to suspend visa fees for citizens of member states of the Commonwealth, the Francophonie & the African Union!
The President of Rwanda, Paul Kagame, announced in a speech about Rwanda's transformation over the past 25 years at the International School for Government at King's College in London, that the East African country is "soon considering exempting citizens of the Commonwealth, as well as the African Union and the Francophonie, from paying visa...»
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