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Emerald scoops 13 awards! At the inaugural 2018 Vaal Explorer Awards which celebrate excellence in local Vaal tourism and leisure
At the inaugural 2018 Vaal Explorer Awards which celebrate excellence in local Vaal tourism and leisure, Emerald Resort & Casino triumphed by walking off with 13 of the awards
26 Nov 2018
Industry needs to move with times Forward-thinkers in hospitality says the industry needs to move with times
South Africa’s hospitality industry needs to undergo some fundamental changes to remain relevant and to keep up with the demands of a modern world, and in turn appeal to
26 Nov 2018
Hospitality Hospitality industry still needs people
For an industry averaging R16.6 billion in hotel room revenue in 2017 and forecast to increase by an additional 5.6 % according to PwC’s Hotels Outlook, the tourism
21 Nov 2018
Millennial Business Travel Habits Getting Real about Millennial Business Travel Habits
Millennials, the generation born between 1980 and 2000 are fast becoming one of the most influential groups of individuals across a number of business sectors. It is widely
12 Nov 2018
SA Florist breathes new life as Bloomable Four years since four Dragons backed SA Florist on Dragons Den South Africa, SA Florist has rebranded to Bloomable.
“Our journey started as SA Florist and even though we’ve changed our name, our commitment has always, and will always, be to support local businesses. In fact, our
12 Nov 2018
Destination with a difference Reunion Island is the Indian Ocean's peak experience, writes Sarah Cornwell
Reunion Island’s outdoor experiences and visa-free status have increased the destination’s visibility in South Africa. Its relaxed pace, first-world French influence
26 Oct 2018
Spirit of the rising sun Litchi gin is a first for Mpumalanga
It is impossible to visit Summerfields Estate on the banks of the Sabie River in Mpumalanga and leave unchanged by its calming and enchanting mood. A world set apart from its
26 Oct 2018
Arts on the up Careful curation and creative choice boost the National Arts Festival
New projects and initiatives and the “consistency of delivering great art to our audiences” combined to give this year’s National Arts Festival in Grahamstown a
26 Oct 2018 - S. P.
Avian Utopia A fortuitous turn off the beaten track took Peter Chadwick to the bird-lover’s paradise of Umlalazi
As I lay in my tent, below the massive deciduous tree, whose branches split up the clear starry sky, I listened to a pair of calling African wood owls, the distant screeching of
26 Oct 2018
Adversity and Biodiversity 10th Edition remembered for weather adversity and biodiversity
Cyclists returned to the real world this week as the curtains of the 2018 Momentum Health Cape Pioneer Trek presented by Biogen drew to a close. In a surreal seven-day experience,
26 Oct 2018
Remembrance The life and times of the Minister of Environmental Affairs, Dr Edna Molewa
South Africa and the international community has lost a true champion of the cause of environmental justice and sustainability as a foundation for equitable socio-economic
18 Oct 2018
To the ends of the earth and back The ice-cool Paul Marsh is a seasoned overlander and is an authority on all things expedition oriented
The ice-cool Paul Marsh is a seasoned overlander and is an authority on all things expedition oriented. This recreational pastime has spiked in popularity, especially in the key
18 Oct 2018
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