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Bus tour operators plead for help

The tourism transport sector was hammered during Covid-19 levels four and five and is asking the government for financial assistance

Tourism must be leveraged to grow South Africa’s economy

The tourism sector adds unique value to the economy and overall development of the country and this should be further built upon

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The organisation and the opportunity

Highlights worth looking out for at Africa’s Travel Indaba

Sho't Left Travel Week offers locals discounts of up to 50%

Africa’s Travel Indaba teams up with local street art talent in Durban

Four acclaimed local artists have painted a 22m wall mural inside the Albert Luthuli International Convention Centre

Lap of luxury pavilion brings five-star treatment to Africa’s Travel Indaba

The TGCSA ensures that South African establishments' standards are what they promise to be

Africa’s economic powerhouse

The next great growth story

On a mission to increase tourism’s contribution to GDP

South Africa needs to diversify its main sources of income

Bringing the industry to the source of business inspiration

South Africa must demonstrate its ability to host global business events

Public-private partnerships crucial for SA’s national parks

Tourism is becoming an increasingly important mainstay of the South African economy

​Travel indaba boosts small tourism businesses

‘We benefit in terms of exposure and establishing contacts’

​Direct flights from London to Durban will boost tourism industry

'It is one of the major announcements of the year'

The significance of Africa’s Travel Indaba to economic and social development

Tourism boosts businesses, trade, job creation and helps to preserve national heritage sites

Africa’s Travel Indaba 2018 seeks double digit growth for tourism

Shifting perceptions from a continent that needs saving to a continent that is striving

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