Khama’s remarks come amid claims that some private concession owners continue to invest all their booking revenues outside the country thus making it difficult to regulate their annual returns and further leaving their host communities living in poverty.
Hosted by UNWTO – a United Nations agency responsible for the promotion of responsible, sustainable and universally accessible tourism the workshop was part of the activities of the UNWTO/Chimelong Programme which include capacity building, training and advocacy actions on sustainable tourism and wildlife. The training was facilitated by UNWTO Chief of Communication, Rubet Gomet-Sobrino who spoke vividly about the impact of wildlife tourism on the African continent, the different journalistic angles and the relevance of story-telling in tourism reporting.
“Orange Botswana thanks all who have been a part of bringing these projects to life. The brand remains dedicated to working with local creative professionals,” added Benon. Speaking at the launch Mjamaica said he is grateful to Orange for the continued upliftment of creative talent. The online comedian noted that his comic antics were merely not a serious vocation until he realised later that he can actually make a full time career out of it. M’Jamaica said even better corporates such as Orange Botswana started using his services to influence and sway consumers.
The BFA mouthpiece, Tumo Mpatane who has travelled with the team, today confirmed that the squad has arrived safely in Gabon adding that they are truly raring for a triumph.
Santana’s special guest will be Mango Groove, whose career has spanned an exciting and turbulent time in the history of South Africa. Since the iconic multi-platinum release in 1989, the band, together with its charismatic lead singer Claire Johnston, has gone on to become a household name in South Africa.
Nyatseng further noted that the corporation will continue to push the barrier in terms of solutions in an effort to reach more people.
The return of Big Brother Nigeria follows the critical success of the second edition which saw aspiring hip-hop artiste Efe Ejeba winning the coveted N25 million prize money and SUV after almost three months of drama, intrigue, betrayal and entertainment in the Big Brother house.
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