African Entertainment:

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Have you always dreamed of seeing wildlife in its native habitat? Do you desire to learn about new cultures? If so,  Africa is the vacation for you. In Tanzania, admire herds of elephant as they thunder across the savannah grasslands, see a pride of lions lounging in the sun, and witness the free spirit of the birds flying overhead. In Kenya, visit some of the remarkable game reserves to see giraffe, cheetah, zebra, leopard, rhino, Cape buffalo, and much more—all in their native environments. In South Africa, highlights range from the fascinating cities to the enthralling game drives and breathtaking scenery—all of this is sure to offer you an experience of a lifetime. African tours also include special, exclusive activities. Visit a local Maasai village to get an insight into the local African culture, take an indigenous medicine walk through the forest with a Maasai healer, and visit a chimp sanctuary.

Africa’s entertainment and media industry on the rise.

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Africa’s entertainment industry, especially in the top African Nations economies, Nigeria, Kenya, South Africa and Ghana is expected to grow exponentially over the next few years according to a major study looking at the continent’s entertainment industry growth.

  • Kenya
    The entertainment and media industry registered $2.1 billion in 2016, up 13.6 per cent on 2015. Revenue is forecast to grow at an 8.5 per cent compound annual growth rate over the next five years to $3 billion in 2020, and totaling $3.2 billion in 2021.
    Internet access is the most established industry within the Kenyan market, boasting the largest revenues and one of the highest growth rates to 2021, according to the report.
  • Tanzania
    Tanzania’s total entertainment and media revenue stood at $504 million in 2016, but is set to more than double to $1.1 billion in 2021, indicating a 17.2 per cent compound annual growth rate over the coming five years. This is significant growth from 2012, where the industry stood at just $175 million.
  • Ghana
    Ghana’s entertainment and media industry recorded total revenue of just $214 million in 2012, but four consecutive years of year-on-year growth above 25 per cent have led it to growth of revenues to $685 million in 2016. This is forecast to more than double over the next five years, with revenues of $1 billion by 2019 and a total of $1.5 billion in 2021, thanks to a 16.5 per cent compound annual growth rate.

African Nations Consumer Spending On Entertainment

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Filmed Entertainment
Video Games
Books & Magazines
Business To Business

African Entertainment Headlines:

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