WHO WE ARE

We are a non-profit, member driven organisation serving the needs of our members and focussing on the growth and the sustainability of the travel and tourism sector in South Africa. We were established in February 1996 and are an enabling body that brings together industry stakeholders under a common umbrella to face and manage issues affecting the industry. Partnerships are key to our success and we have close working relationships with organisations such as the National Department of Tourism, South African Tourism and Business Unity South Africa amongst other industry stakeholders.

NATURE OF BUSINESS

The TBCSA serves to unite and influence the diverse travel and tourism sector, to contribute to a competitive, responsible and inclusive tourism and South African economy.

OUR MEMBERS

SAVRALA
SATSA-Bonded
SAYTC
Siyabona
Stormsriver adventures
Expedia
Thebe-Tourism
Peermont
phasa-new
SANParks
SAACI
AASA
ASATA
avis
BARSA
bidvest car rental
The Blue Train
City lodge hotel group
FTT
FEDHASA
forever resorts
Legacy Hotels
Marriott
NAA
tsogo sun
thompson africa
Grant Thornton
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NEWS FEED

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  • News - ENCA March 19, 2019
    Keyword: TBCSA - Tourism is a big contributor to the country`s economy but with loadshedding taking place at a time when tourists are due to arrive en masse, many businesses who rely on tourist spending are set to suffer. Load shedding directly...
  • News - SABC News March 19, 2019
    Keyword: TBCSA - In relation to South Africa's Eskom load shedding power cuts crisis, some mobile networks have measures in place to buff the effect of power cuts, Byron Kennedy Vodacom spokesperson and Tshifhiwa Tshivhengwa CEO of Tourism Business...
  • News - ENCA March 19, 2019
    Keyword: TBCSA - The Tourism Business Council of South Africa is pleading for a quicker resolution to the rolling power cuts. Tshifhiwa Tshivhengwa CEO of Tourism Business Council of South Africa elaborates further. ...
  • SA's new e-visa system to be piloted in New Zealand from April - Cape Talk March 19, 2019
    ...The Tourism Business Council of South Africa (TBCSA) says the Department of Home Affairs (DHA) has assured them that the first phase of the e-visa system will be piloted at the start of April. The council's CEO Tshifhiwa Tshivhengwa says he was...
  • SA's new e-visa system to be piloted in New Zealand from April - 702 March 19, 2019
    ...The Tourism Business Council of South Africa (TBCSA) says the Department of Home Affairs (DHA) has assured them that the first phase of the e-visa system will be piloted at the start of April. The council's CEO Tshifhiwa Tshivhengwa says he was...
  • Afternoon Drive - Cape Talk March 19, 2019
    Keyword: TBCSA - John Maytham spoke with Tourism Business Council of SA CEO Tshifhiwa Tsivhengwa about Visa regulations and the e-Visa system in South Africa which are still a headache for local and international travellers regardless of the...
  • News - SABC News March 18, 2019
    Keyword: TBCSA - Financial institutions, mobile networks and data service providers too are not escaping load-shedding. From offline ATM`s to interrupted internet and cellphone connectivity...The power cuts are causing havoc. Bryan Turner, Data...
  • Market Sense - SABC News March 18, 2019
    Keyword: TBCSA - Tourism is big contributor to the country's economy but with load shedding taking place at a time when tourists are due to arrive. Many businesses who rely on tourist spending set to suffer. Load shedding directly impacts tour...
  • Nuus - SABC2 March 18, 2019
    Keyword: TBCSA - The negative impact of load shedding on the business sector in South Africa is already noticeable since the weekend. This as Eskom announced on Saturday that it will have to implement load shedding due to its inability to fulfil...
  • SA Today - SABC News March 18, 2019
    Keyword: TBCSA - African National Congress [ANC] president Cyril Ramaphosa on Monday lamented the crisis for train commuters in the country, saying the Passenger Rail Agency of SA (Prasa) must fix the situation forthwith, "otherwise heads will...

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