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Welcome to the 15th edition of Meetings Africa! This is a historic milestone – it speaks of 15 years of consistently bringing key business tourism sector players under one roof to help African countries to collectively advance the tourism interests of our continent.
“It is time for us to shift our tourism brand focus beyond built and endowed features to include our true magic…our people.” Sisa Ntshona, CEO South African Tourism
We wish Meetings Africa another great 15 years. It needs to be 15 years of doing things differently, a quantum leap so that South Africa could cement its market share in the business tourism sector!
South African Tourism (SA Tourism) is pleased to announce that we have appointed a suite of marketing and communications agencies in response to the RFP162/19 the organisation issued in June 2019.
In just over a month’s time, Meetings Africa will reach a significant milestone when it’s held for the 15th time at the Sandton Convention Centre in Johannesburg between 25 and 26 February 2020.
Travelling your own country is fun and easy. Now popular South African musician, Cassper Nyovest is going on a trip around South Africa.
The airline has today issued a statement that has outlined the steps it is taking to manage the re-scheduling of both domestic and international passengers on affected routes.
South Africa set for increased arrivals from India as Tourism Minister hails a successful market outreach to Mumbai
United Airlines Inaugurates First Ever Nonstop Service Between Cape Town and New York/Newark
Tourism Safety Plan: 1) Proactive preventative measures to incidents; 2) Responsive and effective operational response; 3) Aftercare programme - victim support.
TGCSA and the International Hotel School partner with Summit to offer online hospitality training videos to upskill graded establishments
The 3rd of December marks International Day of Persons with Disabilities as well as the start of Disability Awareness Month, in South Africa.