The unbearable whiteness of tourism should change to one that welcomes all people regardless of skin colour or place of origin
South Africa has had a mixed bag of environmental ministers over the past 30 years and, bar a few, most have taken the environmental agenda forward
Breakfast on the Bosphorus and dinner cruises are affordable options for SA tourists
South Africans are demonstrating a strong commitment to active citizenship, with a focus on localised community activities
The Boten-Vientiane railway and eVisa are creating the hottest new tourist destination in Southeast Asia
The minister was speaking at Africa’s Travel Indaba, days after the acting chief executive of the country’s official national marketing agency resigned
During her opening address at Africa’s Travel Indaba, the minister emphasised the need for implementation to revive the industry
The North African country has set its sights on its ancient heritage to attract the global spotlight once more
The tourism minister has missed four meetings in recent weeks, prompting the committee to take the legal route
Concentrate on renewable energy, rather than putting the sensitive habitats and species, whales at risk by drilling exploration wells
The Durban July is back, which means the glamour and high fashion are back too.
Experience Rosebank’s Art Mile with Thabo Jacob Modise, aka Thabo The Tourist
Farmers and auction houses say the theft of cash from the president’s farm has unfairly stained the business of big game
In 2019 SMMEs provided employment to about 47% of the workforce, with their total economic output accounting for about 20% of GDP
Industry says PCR tests and other restrictions are impeding the recovery of the industry.
The president needs to report back to South Africa on what his government has – and hasn’t – achieved since 2018
International demand for rooibos is expected to grow exponentially, according to the South African Rooibos Council
Stakeholders are cautiously optimistic about 2022, citing relaxed restrictions and discussions with the government as reasons for hope.
Lebo Malepa built his backpacking operation from the ground up, but shared his success with his neighbours
An investment in skills will help to nurture and retain the key skills needed for recovery and growth.
The Legal Resources Centre and Richard Spoor Attorneys are heading to court for urgent interdict against Searcher Seismic, an Australian exploration outfit
Gladys Kalema-Zikusoka is contributing to conservation not only with her veterinary skills but also by supporting community development
Visitors packed up and left after finding no water in towns along the coast as businesses battle
Twenty-three rhinos have been killed in 36 hours, according to a nonprofit organisation; the environment department says this figure is 24 since the beginning of December
Communities along the Wild Coast have approached the high court in Makhanda for an urgent interdict to stop Shell from initiating seismic survey operations
The coronavirus pandemic, and ensuing variants, mean we can’t make plans without the prospect of last-minute cancellations. But there’s precious little we can do about it
But the virologist urges caution before scientists make blanket public announcements that can lead to ‘hasty’ international decisions
The department of international relations and cooperation says the travel ban on Southern African countries seems to be rushed
A growth-oriented bid-term budget statement would go a long way towards creating a fertile environment for new investments
It’s best to plan ahead by ensuring you have the correct visa (if one is needed) and other documents, the vaccinations required as well as knowledge of Covid-19 restrictions
Peter Hain has written a letter to the prime minister saying the red listing of South Africa has ‘no justification whatsoever in science’
The quantity of rubbish in the sea is driving a growing alarm among countries whose economies rely on tourism