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South African Tourism CEO, Sisa Ntshona, has been appointed onto the advisory board of the United Nations World Tourism Organisation’s (UNWTO) QUEST program. UNWTO.QUEST is a program designed by the UNWTO to enhance governance, planning and management in Destination Management Organizations (DMOs).
South African Tourism (SA Tourism) will be rolling out its Welcome campaign during the busy festive season period to foster better engagement between our border post officers and visitors passing through these border posts.
Cape Town and the Western Cape Convention Bureau, together with the support of the South African National Convention Bureau, are proud to announce that the Mother City will play host to Agritech Africa 2020, organised by Kenes Exhibitions.
The Free State Gambling, Liquor and Tourism Authority will be hosting the annual Madeira Flower Festival Free State in Parys. The programme starts on the 7th December 2018 with the main event hosted on the 8th of December 2018.
SA Express introduces the new Johannesburg-Mthatha operations from 10 December 2018
The Department of Home Affairs (DHA) announced on 5th December 2018 that it would relax some of the regulations for children going through South African ports of entry.
South African Tourism, Wesgro, V&A Waterfront and The Table Bay Hotel today hosted a China Ready Workshop in Cape Town with key local tourism trade representatives.
Middle East Learn SA Roadshow 19-26 November 2018 Iran, Kuwait, Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Saudi Arabia – Registration Form
National Lilizela Tourism Awards 2018: the winners revealed!
In a bid to advance and maintain a recognisable, credible and globally benchmarked system of quality assurance for accommodation and venues in South Africa, the Tourism Grading Council of South Africa (TGCSA) is pleased to announce that the new and revised grading standards for South Africa have been approved by Minister of Tourism, Derek Hanekom and now gazetted for implementation from 01 April 2019.
SA Tourism has appointed Thekiso Rakolojane to lead the organisation’s destination marketing efforts and to expand strategic business partnerships in Ghana and Nigeria. “The West African markets are critical to us being able to achieve the goal of 5 million tourist arrivals by 2021 because the potential to grow the region is significant enough to make a big impact to South Africa’s tourism results,” says Sthembiso Dlamini, Chief Operating Officer at South African Tourism.
Meetings Africa 2019 will again see African associations and business events industry professionals partner to help transform our continent by showcasing Africa’s diverse services and products. The trade show will take place on 26 and 27 February 2019 at the Sandton Convention Centre in Johannesburg. It will be preceded by the Business Opportunity Networking Day (BONDay), dedicated solely to exhibitors on 25 February 2019.