A national focus on trying to develop the country’s maritime potential is playing to KwaZulu-Natal’s strengths.
New direct international flights, upgraded facilities and new hotels all point to growing confidence in the KwaZulu-Natal tourism sector.
This notification is to advise that the Aviation Rescue Fire Fighting burn site with Jet A1 is situated within the airport perimeter away from any human settlements and more than 100 meters away from any buildings.
A non-profit organisation is seeking funding to acquire property for hosting future events and various other community-oriented activities.
The AfCFTA, which entered into force yesterday, brings with it the tangible possibility of boosting intra-Africa trade and investment.
The September/November edition of the Border-Kei Chamber's Business Hi-Lite magazine will spotlight Green Business, Energy, ICT and Tourism.
The project is a catalyst to the R35-billion Point Waterfront development to be undertaken in three phases over the next five to 10 years.
At the upcoming Hospitality Leadership Forum, sponsored by Diversey, experts in the fields of trade, industry and hospitality will assess the impact of a changing environment on these sectors across Africa, unpacking opportunities and growth potential.
Future food industry trends, drinks training, and pizza masterpieces.
The project is at the start of the feasibility and business case phase.