Africa could earn $30bn from wildlife tourism if it received support

07 July 2019 - 00:00 By VUYO NDABA

Meeting in Victoria Falls last week at the African Union-UN wildlife economy summit hosted by Zimbabwe, tourism players said if wildlife tourism received the support it needed, Africa would earn $30bn from the global tourism economy, a tenfold increase.

"We need to build a comprehensive industry that includes tourism, hunting and products," said wildlife specialist and economist Brian Chaltz...

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