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SA TOURISM A sought-after global destination
We speak to new Tourism Minister Derek Hanekom, about the future of the sector and plans to increase foreign tourists’ arrivals to 15 million and domestic tourists to 18
29 Sep 2014
SA TOURISM South African Tourism to open its first South American destination marketing office in Sao Paulo
South African Tourism will officially open a marketing office in Sao Paulo, Brazil on 23 September, 2014. In celebration of this momentous event, and in celebration, too of
19 Sep 2014
Mauritius: open for business Island of smiles
Turquoise blue waters, lazy white beaches, lush tropical vegetation, world class golf courses, and awesome shopping aside, the island of Mauritius has become a world-class business travel destination.
19 Jul 2013 - L. K.
Travelling the Mandela Route The man for the people
Known to many as the man who liberated SA from apartheid, Nelson Mandela, whose clan name is Madiba, is a world icon recognised for his integrity and his will to fight for the freedom that we relish today.
04 Jul 2013 - M. M.
Bettering SA's hospitality Reconnect to our idea of 'local'...
As a generation of global travellers, are we all seeking to reconnect to our idea of local?
03 Jul 2013 - S. S.
SA's travellers prefer the exotic Travel trends
Growing numbers of South Africans are opting for a different kind of holiday with increased volumes of adventurous travellers choosing to spend their down time off the beaten track.
28 Jun 2013
2014 Africa Travel Week events Three co-located travel industry events – one venue
Reed Travel Exhibitions has announced that it will launch Africa Travel Week at the Cape Town International Convention Centre from 28 April to 3 May 2014
19 Jun 2013 - S. C.
Cape Town, one of the cheapest cities A good night out
TripAdvisor recently conducted a survey, calculating the cost of a night out in a variety of cities around the world, and Cape Town fared very well indeed
13 Jun 2013
South Africa and Halal tourism Why aren't we reaping the benefits?
There are 1.8 billion Muslims in the world that, in 2011, spent $126 billion on tourism or 12.3% of the globes total outbound tourism expenditure, but why isn't South Africa yet reaping the benefits?
31 May 2013
Travel visas for SA What to know before you go
Whether it’s the airlines, immigration or banks, international travel is tightly regulated – meaning there are many rules that could trip up an unwary traveller
24 May 2013




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