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Technology set to sustain aviation industry

Technology set to sustain aviation industry

by DION HENRICK CAPE TOWN - A SIGNIFICANT increase in spending on digitalisation and sustainability are forecast as key priorities by 2024 as airports and airlines bet on tec ...

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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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Meetings Africa to revive business events sector

Meetings Africa to revive business events sector

by MTHULISI SIBANDAJOHANNESBURG – MEETINGS Africa is set to reignite the continent’s business events industry when it returns in a physical format after an absence in 2021 due to ...

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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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Eastern Cape tourism undeterred by COVID-19 scourge

Eastern Cape tourism undeterred by COVID-19 scourge

by MTHULISI SIANDAJOHANNESBURG – THE coronavirus pandemic has given stakeholders in the Eastern Cape a chance to redefine the sector for a new kind of traveller – the one concerne ...

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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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Mpumalanga opens God’s Window to the world

Mpumalanga opens God’s Window to the world

by SIBUSISO SHONGWE in Mbombela, MpumalangaMBOMBELA - BOUYED by the United Kingdom’s decision to take South Africa off its red list, Mpumalanga has expressed readiness to welcome ...

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