New to WTM Africa, is the African Tourism Investment Summit in partnership with Africa Business Group which is a dedicated summit for tourism investors and associated investment opportunities, 11 & 12 April in Cape Town.
Steeped in history as one of the oldest accommodation options in Fourways, Johannesburg, the charming Indaba Hotel now welcomes guests with a refreshing facelift and spruced up restaurants, including the new Bistro 407, that honour the hotel’s countryside roots.
Business South Africa offers companies a unique and effective means of engaging with the private sector and all levels of government in South Africa.
An opportunity for private sector entities to share with government agencies obstacles they encounter in the investment process and for both parties to set up a mutually beneficial process
Developed after speaking directly with the industry, the changes are expected to spark significant growth for the event, as it strives to be more inclusive and representative of Africa’s hospitality sector.
Airlink is pleased to announce that services between Johannesburg OR Tambo International Airport and Mthatha Airport will resume as from Tuesday 19 February 2019.
The Cape Town International Convention Centre has added another certification to its list of International Standards Organisation (ISO) accreditations.
To celebrate the all jet service, a special published fare from R930 all inclusive, one way subject to W class seat availability is being offered for travel until 3 March 2019.
Cape Town-based lighting company Maritz Electrical is revolutionising stadium experiences.
Nomasonto Ndlovu, CEO of the Limpopo Tourism Agency, outlines the strategic thinking behind growing tourist numbers to the province