South African Airways (SAA), Africa’s Best Airline for 14th consecutive years will from 11th December this year bring new travel experience to Nigerian travellers with the introduction of brand new A330-300 aircraft on the Lagos-Johannesburg route.
Owning a car is one of the most expensive aspects of many Nigerians’ yearly spending. A car is the 2nd largest purchase that most consumers in Nigeria make, after a home. But, it’s a fact that costs never stop when you own a vehicle.
“I need a job!” That is a line you are bound to hear from droves of young professionals and fresh graduates fresh in Lagos today. Thanks to the natural consequence of the dark economic times we are trudging, there is a high rate of unemployment and people are desperate for job. The good thing about this difficult time is that it now pushes job seekers to think outside the box. They find themselves employing creative maneuvers and unorthodox tactics…and surprisingly, when they do, they are greeted with opportunities they have never thought existed before. Some of these opportunities result in professions that are not normally viewed as common; however, they pay quite a lot.
The annual Mastercard Restaurant Week returns to Lagos offering an unforgettable dining experience from 4 to 25 November 2016. In partnership with Lost in Lagos, over 30 restaurants will participate, highlighting the incredible dining experiences available in the city.
Halloween, an annual holiday celebrated
Dubai’s Department of Tourism and Commerce Marketing (Dubai Tourism) has announced its return to the 2016 Akwaaba African Travel Market, taking place in Lagos from 30 October to 1 November, underpinning the city’s continued commitment to the African market.
Entrepreneurship once considered a man’s domain in Nigeria, has since made way for women as economic opportunities have risen over the years for women who want to start and run enterprises. Unfortunately, while more women are becoming entrepreneurs, they seem not to be catching up with their male counterparts. Women-owned businesses still face a set of challenges that continue to limit their growth. To shed light on some of these obstacles, Jumia Travel lists 5 reasons women-owned businesses are not thriving in Nigeria.
In its effort to further empower its hotel partners across all markets with top-notch technology, Jumia Travel has unveiled Web Extranet, a web version of the previously launched Extranet App on Android.
Leading African financial institution, Guaranty trust bank plc, has launched ART635 (art635.gallery), a virtual Art Gallery created to reignite interest in African art and drive the growth and development of the local art industry.