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TThis week I’m pleased to announce that not only has a smattering of rain in the Western Cape brought about much-needed hope, but our CEO, Mr Sisa Ntshona, has embarked on a global roadshow to assure all our stakeholders that South Africa, and indeed Cape Town, is still very much open for tourism business.
Again, we would like to emphasise that Meetings Africa will not be affected in any way by the water shortages in Cape Town, and that pre- and post-tours to the city and the rest of the country will proceed as scheduled.
We look forward to hosting you in Johannesburg next week and hope that those of you who have booked for tours will enjoy exploring more of our beautiful country, its sophisticated business events facilities, and the wide variety of tourism offerings it possesses.
We are confident you will be wowed by some of the hidden tourism treasures you’ll visit outside our major centres, where world-class business events and conferencing facilities nestle side by side with picturesque mountain vistas and breath-taking valleys.
From intimate owner-operated establishments to exquisite five-star venues, we know that you won’t be disappointed – and this is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to Africa’s extensive and vibrant business tourism offering.
See you all in Jozi next week for a lively and productive Meetings Africa 2018!
Chief Conventions Bureau Officer