The spotlight during Tourism Month in September 2017 falls on the picturesque province of Mpumalanga, which sports many bustling towns and quaint hamlets that are successfully promoting sustainable tourism practices, creating jobs and generating economic growth.
South Africa’s Police Minister, Fikile Mbalula, has announced a number of new policing and security measures in response to the recent incidents of crime in and around Johannesburg’s OR Tambo International Airport.
South African Tourism has been in constant contact with emergency services as they continue to work around the clock to manage the break out of fires in Knysna following severe weather conditions in the Western Cape.
INDABA 2017 will see more than 7 000 delegates from around the world meeting in Durban to grow the African tourism economy through constructive conversations, dynamic partnerships and a strong focus on doing business, South African Tourism chief executive Sisa Ntshona said at the Killarney Country Club today.
The ever-popular FNB Mpumalanga Wine Show returns to Emnotweni on 6 and 7 April. A highlight on the wine calendar since 2008, Lowveld wine lovers will need little persuasion to sample and savour the Cape’s finest.
Tourism establishments can save up to 90% on the cost of grading from February 2017, which has been made possible through the integration of the Tourism Grading Support Programme under the broader Tourism Incentive Programme of the Department of Tourism into the systems and processes of the Tourism Grading Council of South Africa (TGCSA).
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