Africa’s Travel Indaba draws to close

The Tourism Business Council of South Africa (TBCSA) is calling on the eThekwini Municipality and marketing bodies in KwaZulu-Natal to make more money available to market Durban as an attractive tourist destination. This comes after the COVID-19 pandemic, the July 2021 unrest and the recent devastating floods dealt a severe blow to the city’s economy.

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Newzroom Afrika – Africa’s Travel Indaba

Africa’s Travel Indaba starts tomorrow at the Inkosi Albert Luthuli Convention Centre in Durban. Over 500 international buyers will interact with those selling products and experiences. Tourism Business Council of SA CEO Tshifhiwa Tshivhengwa has the details.

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Kaya Biz

Kaya Biz, 2 May Africa Travel Indaba kicks off in KZN – Will the outcomes be practical enough to implement? 

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Business and labour slam Ters ‘U-turn’

Business Day Page 2 - 25/01/2021

Tourism fund a shot in arm

Citizen Page 6 - 26/01/2021

State fund aims to transform tourism

Business Day Page 2 - 27/01/2021

Tourism fund ‘hardly enough’

Citizen Page 6 - 29/01/2021

Business and labour slam Ters ‘U-turn’

Business Day Front Page 25/01/2021

Dramatic decline in visitor arrivals

Business Day Page 1 - 25/02/2021

Staying Power

Financial Mail Page 34 - 25/02/2021

Band-Aid measure on tourism sector

Citizen Page 13 - 29/01/2021