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Hospitality Outlook: 2015 – 2019

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JOHANNESBURG, South-Africa – South Africa’s hospitality industry is prepared to grow further in the next five years, with most growth in the sector expected to be generated in Cape Town, according to a report released by PwC today. [Read more…]

Department congratulates new SANParks CEO

The Department of Environmental Affairs has congratulated Fundisile Mketeni on his appointment as Chief Executive Officer of South African National Parks (SANParks). Cabinet approved the appointment of Mketeni as the CEO of SANParks on a five-year contract at its meeting on 22 October 2014. Mketeni has extensive experience in conservation management, having been a conservation […]
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SAA to comply with travel regulations

South African Airways (SAA) says it will comply with new regulations relating to children who travel to and from South Africa. The national carrier said as of 1 October, it will observe the new regulations by the Department of Home Affairs, which come into effect in terms of the South African Immigration Amendment Act of […]
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SA pumps R100m into tourism industry

  Government will spend R100 million to market South Africa’s tourism industry, Tourism Minister Derek Hanekom announced on Tuesday. “These marketing efforts will include the continued rollout of the Nothing’s More Fun than a Sho’t Left campaign. “The campaign, launched at the start of Tourism Month last year, drives home the message that travel in […]
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SAA adds more travel options in Africa

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National carrier, South African Airways (SAA), is adding more travel options on the African continent. [Read more…]

SA Tourism sets up in Nigeria

Tourism Minister Marthinus van Schalkwyk says the opening of a SA Tourism’s regional marketing office in Lagos, Nigeria, will boost tourist arrivals at the OR Tambo International Airport. Speaking at the opening in Lagos, Van Schalkwyk said this was an invitation for Nigerians, Ghanaians and other countries in West Africa to come explore the beauty […]
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Training in the Safari industry

This new year, Bushwise, a leading professional training provider in the Safari industry in South Africa, has expanded its career-boosting course offerings to now provide Hospitality Internships at luxury safari lodges across South Africa, alongside it’s long-standing top-ranking Field Guides Association of Southern Africa (FGASA) Safari Field Guide Training Course. Bushwise has welcomed almost 300 […]
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Excitement About Inaugural WTM Africa

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The inaugural World Travel Market Africa, taking place at the Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC) from 2nd – 3rd May 2014 is attracting exhibitors from all categories of the leisure, luxury travel and meetings industries. [Read more…]

Gauteng pledges to preserve Madiba legacy

The Gauteng province has been home to the late former President Nelson Mandela since his youthful departure from Qunu in the Eastern Cape. He has lived in Alexandra, Soweto, Pretoria and Houghton in Johannesburg, where he resided until his death. Inspired by his teachings and principles, Gauteng Tourism is pledging to continue preserving Madiba’s legacy […]

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