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INDABA 2015: A platform to optimise African tourism business growth

  • Trade January 22, 2015

South African Tourism is working to make sure that INDABA 2015 exceeds the business expectations of both exhibitors and buyers. South African Tourism Chief Executive…


Artillery heritage of the Cape

  • Blog January 22, 2015 by Willem Steenkamp

From sieges to coastal defence, maritime engagements to face-to-face battlefield action, artillery has often meant the difference between victory and defeat. Much of South Africa’s…


Johannesburg's new-look Rosebank Mall

  • Blog January 22, 2015 by Daphney Mngomeni

Rosebank Mall, one of Johannesburg’s leading shopping and entertainment complexes, recently underwent an upgrade and expansion to cater for an increase in shoppers.


G'day, mate! How to welcome Aussie tourists to South Africa

  • Trade January 21, 2015

So, you think you know everything there is to know about the folks Down Under? After all, they also live in the Southern Hemisphere and…


Domestic Tourism Snapshot - Q3 2014

This report provides a snapshot of the performance of the domestic tourism. Due to a low travel incidence in this quarter, the results only reflect…


Fun outside South African cities

  • Blog January 21, 2015 by Lynnette Johns

Go on a safari, visit a French-inspired town or visit a UNESCO World Heritage Site. You can do all of that, and more, outside South…


Great food on a budget

  • Blog January 21, 2015 by Cassidy Parker

There’s no doubting it, when it comes to food, South Africa won’t disappoint. But eating out all the time can get pricey. With that in…


In-country integrated PR and Marketing services Agency

  • Trade

South African Tourism (SAT) based in Frankfurt, Germany, is extending an invitation to reputable PR and Marketing agencies with good track records to submit proposals…


The ancient chambers of the Sudwala Caves

  • Blog January 20, 2015 by Sarah Came

The history of the Sudwala Caves in Mpumalanga goes back approximately 240-million years to their formation. This makes the caves older than Africa itself –…


Check out South Africa’s first-ever chess grandmaster!

  • Blog January 20, 2015 by Willem Steenkamp

It took Kenny Solomon 20 years to achieve his dream, but he persevered against the odds – and has become South Africa’s very first chess…