China’s Yaming Lighting, a leader in lighting technology development, has launched its first headquarters in the Middle East, Africa, and CIS regions at Dubai Silicon Oasis, UAE.
The launch was attended by government officia
Dubai-based TPConnects, a technology and distribution partner to the travel and tourism industry, has been selected to power Southafricaholidays.com’s operational systems and booking engine.
Southafricaholidays.com, the one
Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, a luxury hotel group, has announced plans to open 50 hotels over the next four years in the Middle East, buoyed by the high demand for mid-market brands in the region.
One of the leading ho
The international investor's appetite for the hotel sector in Middle East and Africa (MEA) remains strong with Dubai dominating the market thanks to its ease of access, quality hospitality offering, modern infrastructure, leisure and enterta
The Middle East and African (MEA) region's hotel occupancy rates jumped 3.2 per cent in March to 68.7 per cent, compared to the same period last year, said a report.
MEA also saw a 0.7 per cent rise in revenue per available room (Re
The world's first malaria vaccine, made by GlaxoSmithKline, could be approved by international regulators for use in Africa from October after final trial data showed it offered partial protection for up to four years.
UAE-based hotel group Rotana has signed its first property in Nigeria under the brand Centro, located in Lagos, the country’s largest city.
The 200 plus-key Hotel and Serviced Apartments, to be launched in partnership with Topwide
Russia is pursuing costly state oil and platinum projects in Africa despite an economic crisis at home, hoping they will bolster sales, including of arms, for businesses hit by Western sanctions over the conflict in Ukraine.
Dubai-based flydubai is increasing the frequency of flights on some of its routes in Africa for the summer schedule, operating a total of 78 flights a week to 12 points in East and North Africa.
On March 29, flydubai increased its servi
African crude-exporting countries will lobby the world's oil producers to reduce output in order to boost prices that have fallen to levels that threaten to spark social unrest, the African Petroleum Producers Association (APPA) said.