On the second day of the annual e-Tourism Africa Summit in Cape Town, there was a strong focus on digital marketing, professional blogging, creating quality content and keeping up with the changes in the online travel industry.
The annual e-Tourism Africa Summit, which examines the intersections between the travel industry and modern technology, started in Cape Town on Thursday, 17 September 2015. Several industry experts shared their advice on how best to use online and digital tools to market tourism businesses.
Miss Earth South Africa 2015 – Carla Viktor – takes a big step into a more environmentally friendly year following her crowning today, Thursday 10 September, at Tsogo Sun’s Rosa venue at the Palazzo at Montecasino
Durban has officially been named the host City for the 2022 Commonwealth Games. EThekwini Municipality Mayor Councillor James Nxumalo and the Durban 2022 bid committee delegation from South Africa have signed the contract for Durban to stage the 2022 Commonwealth Games for the first time on African soil.
Tsogo Sun’s nine seafront hotels and Suncoast entertainment destination carry the memories of hundreds of thousands of travellers and holiday makers across generations, and the group’s investment into the rejuvenation of this elegant, mature and ambitious city is seeing to it that Durban holds its own into the future.
The scenic KwaZulu-Natal Midlands played host to a gathering of like-minded tourism players on 19 and 20 August 2015 for a speed-marketing session and site visit aimed at promoting mutual opportunities to grow visitor numbers to the region.
September is Tourism Month in South Africa, and this year’s celebrations were kickstarted with an official launch on August 16 by Tourism Minister Derek Hanekom, at Euphoria Golf Resort in the Waterberg region of Limpopo province.
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