The South African Tourism Industry spent the better part of last night honouring the crème de la crème of the sector. The industry hosted by the esteemed Minister of Tourism, Mr Derek Hanekom, were treated to an evening of splendour and entertainment from local musicians.
As day dawned on the morning of 13 July, a group of courageous adventurers set forth on their journey to Mount Kilimanjaro. This was part of the Trek4Mandela challenge to summit the highest peak in Africa and to raise money to buy sanitary pads for underprivileged girls.
It takes a certain kind of woman to develop three South African hotels, and have them all recognised by the international luxury group, Relais & Château. South African hotelier Liz McGrath, who passed away on Saturday 24 January 2015 after a short illness, was such a woman.
The year 2014 marks 100 years since Mahatma Gandhi left South Africa for good after spending his formative years in this country. A new South African Tourism website traces his 21-year path in South Africa.
The seventh annual E-Tourism Africa Summit, which looks at digital advances in the travel space, kicked off in Cape Town on Thursday 4 September 2014. For the first time, this popular conference is being held in two cities, with the second leg planned for Johannesburg on 8 and 9 September.
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