Monday , 16 May 2022

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  • Africa’s Travel Indaba kicks off

    Africa’s Travel Indaba kicks off

    from MTHULISI SIBANDA in DurbanDURBAN - THE pace of the recovery of the tourism sector, following recent years of COVID-19, is dependent upon addressing barriers such as xenop ...

  • All systems go for Africa’s travel indaba

    All systems go for Africa’s travel indaba

    from NJABULO BUTHELEZI in DurbanDURBAN - MOST of Durban’s key tourism infrastructure affected during the recent floods is now fully functional, paving way for the city to host ...

  • Countdown to Africa’s Travel Indaba begins

    Countdown to Africa’s Travel Indaba begins

    from NJABULO BUTHELEZI in DurbanDURBAN – MORE than 400 African exhibitors and 454 buyers from 47 countries around the world have confirmed attendance at next month's Africa Tr ...

  • SA targets more tourists from Northern Europe

    SA targets more tourists from Northern Europe

    by SAVIOUS KWINIKAJOHANNESBURG - SOUTH African Tourism has embarked on a campaign to attract more travellers from Northern Europe. SA Tourism Acting Chief Executive Officer, Themba ...

Avon ups Attraction Game with new fragrance

Avon ups Attraction Game with new fragrance

by TINTSWALO BALOYIJOHANNESBURG - COINCIDING with Valentine’s Day, Avon has partnered renowned fragrance house, Firmenich, to create Attraction Game, A new fragrance for both sexe ...

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SA Tourism spearheads sector’s revival

SA Tourism spearheads sector’s revival

from NJABULO BUTHELEZI in DurbanDURBAN - SOUTH African Tourism is running quality assurance and capacity building workshops to promote the recovery and development of the sector. ...

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Black women in tourism sector empowered

Black women in tourism sector empowered

by NJABULO BUTHELEZI in DurbanDURBAN - MORE than 200 women are to benefit from the second phase of an initiative to promote black females in South Africa’s tourism industry. The W ...

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Airport arrivals boost trade, travel sectors

Airport arrivals boost trade, travel sectors

from DION HENRICK in Cape TownCAPE TOWN - CAPE Town’s trade and travel-related industries, and the economy at large, are set for growth in 2022 as airport arrivals increase. The m ...

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SA lauds removal from EU red lists

SA lauds removal from EU red lists

by TINTSWALO BALOYI JOHANNESBURG – THE lifting of the travel restrictions come as too little too late amid the R1 billion lost by the South African tourism industry in cancel ...

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ANC milestone boosts Limpopo tourism recovery

ANC milestone boosts Limpopo tourism recovery

by SAVIOUS KWINIKA POLOKWANE – THE hosting of the 110th anniversary of the ruling African National Congress (ANC) is a timely boost for the Limpopo province to enhance the re ...

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Robben Island offers new walking tour

Robben Island offers new walking tour

from DION HENRICK in Cape TownCAPE TOWN - TOURISTS will soon be able to explore Robben Island's rich history and biodiversity while walking in the footsteps of South African legen ...

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Late Soweto tourism doyen Malepa lauded

Late Soweto tourism doyen Malepa lauded

by AKANI CHAUKEJOHANNESBURG – SOUTH African Tourism is mourning the death of one of the sector's pioneers in the country, Lebo Malepa. The multiple-award-winning business owner pa ...

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Gauteng gears to be global tourism force

Gauteng gears to be global tourism force

by MTHULISI SIBANDA JOHANNESBURG – GAUTENG, South Africa’s smallest province by area but the country’s and continent’s economic powerhouse, is positioning itself as a globall ...

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Limpopo positioned as sports and tourism mecca

Limpopo positioned as sports and tourism mecca

by TINTSWALO BALOYIJOHANNESBURG – LIMPOPO’S location as South Africa’s northernmost province, sharing borders with Botswana, Mozambique and Zimbabwe, makes it the ideal starting p ...

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