ATIS 2020 brings together public and private sector representatives to discuss projects and finance initiatives and explore the untapped potential of Africa’s tourism sector.
Giant cities and development corridors are vehicles for tackling Africa’s infrastructure gap.
Large infrastructure projects and an increase in intra-African trade could be the platforms to launch the continent into a new era of prosperity.
Airlink and South African Airways (SAA) have redefined their partnership by replacing their franchise agreement with a new commercial arrangement from 11 June 2020.
The Komati Basin Water Authority makes the dam available for events, sports tournaments and recreational use.
Taking place in Cape Town, South Africa from 6-8 April 2020, join 6,263 travel industry professionals as they attend Africa’s leading and only business to business (B2B) exhibition for both the inbound and outbound African travel and tourism markets.
Limpopo’s venues range from game lodges to conference centres.
Between 2014 and 2018, Limpopo received more than 27.5-million domestic travellers and 8-million international tourists.
A March report on national lotteries has been making the headlines recently, as it illustrates some important details about the demographics of common players.
A number of strategic opportunities are available where these high-intensity, mixed use precincts are being developed in the vicinity of Durban