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TBCSA Congratulates President Cyril Ramaphosa on his re-election and urges concerted effort to grow SA’s tourism sector

The Tourism Business Council of South Africa (TBCSA) welcomes the re-election of Cyril Ramaphosa as President-elect of the Republic of South Africa and Head of State.

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Read more about the article Tshifhiwa Tshivhengwa: Navigating Tourism’s New Era – Insights from the CEO of the TBCSA
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Tshifhiwa Tshivhengwa: Navigating Tourism’s New Era – Insights from the CEO of the TBCSA

Tshifhiwa shares his extensive journey in the tourism industry, from his studies at the University of Johannesburg to his diverse roles in travel marketing and tourism management across the globe, including stints in Los Angeles and New York.

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Tourism Business Council Of South Africa

The TBCSA is to drive and support engagements between the private and public sectors to achieve common tourism industry growth objectives, boost traveller confidence in destination South Africa and enable a sustainable travel and tourism industry.

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Travel Indaba | ‘We need safety in our communities so our tourists feel safe’: Tshifhiwa Tshivhengwa

The Travel Indaba in KZN is hoping to bring together exhibitors from various African countries and buyers worldwide to showcase a collection of products from across the African tourism sector.

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Read more about the article Tourism is a critical key driver of economic growth – but we must stop scoring own goals
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Tourism is a critical key driver of economic growth – but we must stop scoring own goals

South Africa is a marketer’s dream. But for tourism to be the driver of economic growth, we need to ensure safe and reliable transport.

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