We are smack in the middle of Tourism Month, commemorated under the theme – #I DO TOURISM SUSTAINABLY. For us, as the supply side
Author bernard mamabolo
The first week of Tourism Month started on a rather sober note with the release of the Stats SA 2016 Domestic Tourism figures. Whilst the figures
Spring is finally in the air and with it ushering the month where we celebrate our Heritage and most significantly our Tourism industry.
One of the most significant reports to be published by Statistics SA relates to the sadly the deepening levels of poverty in our country.
As we continue to mark #WomensMonth, you are kindly reminded to RSVP and participate in the upcoming industry Tourism BEE Council roundtable session
An eventful Women’s Day week started with the good news that Cabinet has approved for South Africa to officially bid to host the 2023 Rugby World Cup.
The week commenced with the official start of National Women’s Month. We thus take this opportunity to celebrate all the Ladies
A key industry highlight of the week in review is the national media launch of the Tourism Month initiative for the month of September.
The month of July is regarded as Savings Month, and it is with this in mind that we note the results of the latest survey by Old Mutual
The week in review started on a positive note with reports of a foiled robbery at OR Tambo International airport. Following our recent stakeholder engagement