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Will Low-cost Fares Soar? Posted - 2012-11-08 09:16:32

s 1time suspended operations last week, competition within the low-cost carrier (LCC) arena consider

De Lille: Cape Town Needs New TouristsPosted - 2012-10-19 11:28:08

Growing tourism in Cape Town in a weak global economy will require attracting more visitors from eme

Commercial Value Of Big 5 RevealedPosted - 2012-10-17 15:51:14

t's no secret that the Big 5 means big money for South Africa, but a new study conducted in the Krug

NEW TOMSA AGREEMENT TO CREATE VALUE FOR CONTRIBUTORS

New SAA Board Members Appointed Posted - 2012-10-01 09:57:34

The Minister of Public Enterprises, Malusi Gigaba, has appointed new board members to the South Afri

Africa Hotel Market Poised For GrowthPosted - 2012-09-18 14:21:40

The Sub-Saharan Africa hotel industry outlook looks positive, with potential growth of 7 to15 percen

2012 Tourism: On Track To Hit 1billionPosted - 2012-09-13 09:06:34

Despite concerns over the global economy, international tourism demand continues to show resilience.

SATTIC 12 – the South African Travel and Tourism Industry Conference, which ended in Ekurhuleni yes

TOMSA ANNOUNCES PILOT PROJECT TO BOOST TOURIST ARRIVALS FROMTHE UK

: “The scourge of economies in key source markets globally has unquestionably dampened the performan

South Africans seek a low budget mid-year holiday

The Tourism Business Council (TBCSA) confirmed that the inaugural Travel & Tourism Business Exchange

Next month the Protea Hospitality Group will host a series of workshops nationally.

THE TOURISM BUSINESS COUNCIL WELCOMES MAVUSO MSIMANG BACK INTO THE TOURISM INDUSTRY

High Court Stops E-toll ProjectPosted - 2012-05-02 14:58:33

The High Court in Pretoria granted an urgent interdict to halt the contentious R20bn e-toll project

Judgement Passed On MalaMala Land Claim Posted - 2012-04-23 11:34:27

Judgement passed on MalaMala land claim in Sabi Sands Private Game Reserve

The Germans Are Back! Posted - 2012-04-16 11:15:54

SA Tourism Board Appointed Posted - 2012-03-26 11:11:49

SA Tourism board appointed

Bumper summer season for Western Cape Tourism

Is Cape Town over its World Cup ‘hangover’ and are 5-Star Hotels heading in a positive direction?

State Of The Nation Address 2012Posted - 2012-02-13 08:31:27

State of the Nation Adress 2012

MEDIA STATEMENT BY THE OFFICE OF MR MARTHINUS VAN SCHALKWYK, MINISTER OF TOURISM AND SOUTH AFRICAN T

The latest results of the TBCSA FNB Tourism Business Index (TBI) show a marked improvement in busine

RISK OF BLACKOUTS 'VERY HIGH' - ESKOMPosted - 2012-01-10 11:15:21

Eskom has warned of a "very high" risk of rolling blackouts around the country, but was doing everyt

Brazil, Russia, India and China, South Africa’s partners in the Brics group of countries, offered si

Slow growth is forecast for commercial air traffic in South Africa, after a three-year decline, but

In the run-up to the COP17 climate negotiations taking place in Durban, South Africa, an internation

SA KEEPS REPO RATE STEADY AS EXPECTED Posted - 2011-11-11 08:37:33

South Africa's Reserve Bank left the repo rate unchanged at 5.5% on Thursday as expected, citing inf

Dates for the sixth annual Hotel Investment Conference Africa (HICA) have been announced. HICA 2012

QANTAS Resumes OperationsPosted - 2011-11-01 12:51:30

QANTAS resumed flights by mid-afternoon (Australian local time) on October 31, after receiving appro

SA's Jobless Rate Inches DownPosted - 2011-11-01 12:49:46

Pretoria - South Africa’s official jobless rate eased to 25.0% of the labour force in the third quar

European airliner maker Airbus expects the number of Aviation Megacities in Africa to grow from the

Aviation Adds R51bn To SA GDP - StudyPosted - 2011-10-14 14:43:16

Cape Town - The aviation industry contributes 2.1% to the South African gross domestic product (GDP)

South African Travel and Tourism operators remain somewhat optimistic of an improvement in business

HE NINE Provincial finalists in the 2011/12 Emerging Tourism Entrepreneur of the Year Award (ETEYA)

Perceptions of South Africa’s reputation among the Group of Eight (G8) countries were improving, the

As part of its Tourism Month activities the Johannesburg Tourism Company unveilled its annual spring

A new airline to open up the skies for taxi commuters was launched at Lanseria airport, north of Joh

The Open Road Tolling (ORT) system on Gauteng's roads has been the subject of much contention over t

JOBURG TO HOST ONE YOUNG WORLD 2013Posted - 2011-09-05 14:12:18

The news from Zurich is that Joburg will host One Young World in 2013. “We’re thrilled, delighted,

GOLF TOURISM BODY GIVEN GOVERNMENTAL BOOSTPosted - 2011-08-17 10:20:53

THE new body representing golf tourism in South Africa has been given a massive governmental boost.

Following the recent shortage of the Yellow Fever vaccine the Department of Health is happy to annou

SAT Shines In Luanda Posted - 2011-08-08 09:29:34

SA Tourism was recognised as a leading participator in the Tourism and Hospitality Category after a

Following their Annual General Meeting on the 4th of August the Tourism Business Council of South Af

Petrol Price To Rise By 1.7% Posted - 2011-08-01 09:35:38

South African petrol pump prices in the main inland commercial region of Gauteng will increase by 17

SAA Withdraws Botswana Service Posted - 2011-08-01 09:34:37

Effective August 7, SAA will terminate its regional operations between South Africa and Botswana.

Plans are being outlined to bring more business meetings, events and conferences to South Africa, To

SA Is Top Dream Destination Posted - 2011-07-25 08:30:11

South Africa is the third most popular dream destination, according to the Virtuoso Travel Dreams su

Business in the Travel and Tourism sector continued to operate under heavy strain in the second quar

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