5 -min. read Ahead of this year’s African Travel INDABA, we caught up with the newly appointed South African Tourism CEO, Sisa Ntshona, to find out more about his vision for the future of African travel.
2 -min. read This month, photographer Yannis Davy Guibinga shares his story of Gabon: the tiny, relatively unknown country in West Africa where he grew up.
2 -min. read Take a journey through modern Africa with our on-site gallery of photographs Made In Africa.
2 -min. read Discover the pitchside pick-me-ups available at We Are Africa for 2016.
3 -min. read In the spirit of writing new, more progressive and dynamic stories for Africa, for 2016 we’ve expanded our show floor to welcome the Innovation Zone, powered by Paypal.
< 1 -min. read Now in its third year, the 2016 We Are Africa Conference is without doubt our most exciting yet. That’s why we chose the iconic Cape Town City Hall to house our tribe on the opening day of this year’s event.
< 1 -min. read The energy from our tribe here in Cape Town is palpable and we can’t wait to harness it at tonight’s Cocktail Party at Cape Town City Hall, co-hosted by Wilderness Safaris.
7 -min. read For this year’s Conference, we’ve gathered a homegrown panel of African influencers who are opening minds and shutting down stereotypes through their individual crafts and unique talent.
4 -min. read We catch up with the Managing Partner of the venue for the Conservation Lab 2016, Tony Romer-Lee of Spier Hotel and Wine Farm.
4 -min. read For the 2016 We Are Africa Conference, we’re excited to introduce two speakers and a panel of African influencers who will be telling their stories Made In Africa.
3 -min. read In the spirit of writing new stories for Africa, we’re expanding our show floor to welcome the Innovation Zone, Powered by Paypal.
2 -min. read Being busy on the show floor is no excuse to miss out on Cape Town’s foodie scene – so we’re bringing the city directly to you with our pop-up bars, coffee spots and the return of MARKET.
4 -min. read Meet one of our brand new members to the tribe, Dan Chaknova, he joins us from Safari True in the United States of America. Take a look at what Dan reveals as his greatest experience of Africa…
2 -min. read There’s just one day left to cast your vote and choose your winners for the 2016 Innovation Awards. If you’re a registered 2016 We Are Africa tribe member, make sure you have your say!
3 -min. read Noelia Gonzalo from Viajes Etnias in Spain is another one of our brand new buyers to the We Are Africa tribe. Take a look at her story and what she hopes to find at our 2016 show…
2 -min. read Keen to live up to the high expectations set by past performances from the likes of Freshly Ground and Goldfish, We Are Africa has another toe-tapping, shape-busting line-up for our 2016 edition.
2 -min. read As part of our continuing ambition to showcase the unique diversity, beauty and vitality of our incredible continent, every year our tribe is invited to the biggest pan-Africa familiarisation trip the industry has ever seen.
2 -min. read Meet Alexandra Matts from Extraordinary Africa in the United Kingdom. This first time buyer to the tribe tells us what makes her company unique and what her greatest experience out of Africa has been so far…
7 -min. read This year We Are Africa has once again partnered with some of Cape Town’s top hotels to host our exceptional list of buyers and press. After launching our 2016 campaign, these hotels have wasted no time in accepting the challenge…
2 -min. read This week we welcome to the tribe Marianne Schaubeck from Reservations Africa in Canada.