The week started with news of Durban losing the right to host the 2022 Commonwealth Games. However, on a more positive note,
Author bernard mamabolo
We start with news of South Africa’s GDP contracting by 0.3% in Q4 of 2016. The positive part about this news is that trade, catering and accommodation
On a national front, we saw COSATU endorsing and supporting the National Minimum Wage; for our industry Meetings Africa took centre stage
We start this week’s update with the unpacking of the 2017 Budget Speech from a travel and tourism perspective; update on the latest Cabinet meeting;
With Meetings Africa starting next week, this week we take a closer look at the Business Events sector and its value to travel and tourism
Considering developments around SONA 2017, one can certainly say the week in review was quite eventful to say the least.
It’s anyone’s guess what 2017 has in store for us. I do however have the sense that it will be a far better year than 2016.
As we move into the Chinese zodiac year of the Rooster, we discuss some of the optimism in the air following the South African Reserve Bank’s
SPEECH DELIVERED BY THE DEPUTY MINISTER OF TOURISM, TOKOZILE XASA AT THE WOVZA INAUGURAL INDABA – 23 AUGUST 2016
“A woman with a voice is by definition is a strong women”. And today I am surrounded by a multitude of warriors – who will in turn be the voice for many others.