The CTICC’s water saving initiatives has resulted in a 30% saving of water over the past financial year alone. Building on this success, the CTICC commissioned its own reverse osmosis plant.
As Cape Town heads towards tourist season, Pam Golding Properties reports a noticeable shift in the rental market, with holiday bookings rapidly filling up.
Shopping, trading and entertainment are now accepted parts of the airport experience for travellers, but new thinking is being applied to how airports can spark economic growth in surrounding areas.
The Oceans Economy is no longer just a concept talked about at conferences, it is a reality that is starting to have an impact on South Africa.
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The CTICC has been awarded 15 international conferences, in the last six months alone. Many of these will be hosted on the African continent for the first time.
The new Lesotho National Development Corporation (LNDC) Strategic Plan is outlined by the incoming Chief Executive, Mohato A Seleke.
The Business of Wine & Food Tourism Conference that was recently held at Spier near Stellenbosch, with a focus on innovation and big data, was packed with knowledgeable speakers and delegates, and of course good food and wine.
The eThekwini Municipality has introduced an innovative way of ensuring that Durban becomes an “Edge City” through Shape Durban, a conference planned for November.
The retail node will be situated in close proximity to several scenic wonders such as God’s Window, Bourke’s Luck Potholes, and the world renowned Blyde River Canyon.