Staying ahead of the digital curve, including local communities in tourism offerings and promoting domestic tourism can help the ailing tourism sector survive and thrive
The South African tourism sector’s recovery is up to us, because local travel can save the sector
The pandemic has caused 50 000 businesses in the sector to temporarily close, putting 600 000 jobs at risk
It’s not only stunning: There’s so much for tourists to do!
The organisation and the opportunity
Flights to the province are increasing in number
Sho’t Left Travel Week offers locals discounts of up to 50%
Director: Mzansi Restaurant
Trailblazing customer care
Founder: Onroute Adventures
Trailblazing Trailblazing the trails
Trailblazing in the community
Palmietvlei Farm grows blueberries and pears, and it’s possible to take endless strolls on the property
In good weather, it’s hard to beat
You will explore rich cultural heritage with your family on this 11-day journey
For the small South African business there’s significant potential in attending trade shows that allows for networking and collaboration
Awards go to those with unique and authentic offerings
Revised grading standards will form part of quality assurance for accommodation
Lilizela especially gives recognition to emerging black-owned businesses
Women also abuse men, siblings abuse siblings, parents abuse children and it’s all bad
Tourism is becoming an increasingly important mainstay of the South African economy
‘The most important aim of any trade show is for trade to happen’
Tourism is driving job creation in Africa
Hotels that expanded for football fans during last year’s World Cup now face declining occupancy rates that are taking a toll on the industry.
Lack of demand, a strong rand and rising prices are putting strain on the tourism industry, a tourism business index has shown.
The Mpumalanga Tourism and Parks Agency, once one of South Africa’s most respected conservation organisations, is broke.
The Industrial Development Corporation has identified rural nodes and non-accommodation sub-sectors as areas to facilitate job creation in tourism.
The domestic tourism market must grow to create more jobs in the sector, TBCSA chairperson Tommy Edmond said on Tuesday.