travel and tourism

 
Home Affairs maintains tourism travel rules are no problem
Home Affairs maintains tourism travel rules are no problem
The Department of Home Affairs has said reports of UK-based travellers experiencing problems entering South Africa because of immigration...
The 10 things a perfect city needs
The 10 things a perfect city needs
For the Economist, it’s Melbourne, Vienna and Toronto; for Monocle magazine, it is Melbourne, Tokyo and Copenhagen; for the...
Chuffed with railway’s success
Chuffed with railway’s success
A small group of well-dressed adults huddle around the engine room of a classically restored steam train at Rovos Rail's Capital Park station...
Enjoy a guilt-free holiday
Enjoy a guilt-free holiday
Picking your perfect holiday involves endless but rather exciting decision-making: choosing between seaside or city, solitude or on-tap entertainment, family-friendly or excellent for culture vultures … But how well a country treats its people, animals and plants hardly ever...
Luxury tourism booms in Cape Town
Luxury tourism booms in Cape Town
Ex-banker Paul Harris added a R50 000 a night villa to his Cape Town hotel as the city Nelson Mandela gazed at from his island prison lures an...
Istanbul restaurants change tune to woo big-spending Arabs
Istanbul restaurants change tune to woo big-spending Arabs
In the Turkish restaurants around Taksim Square in Istanbul, the menus are getting a new look. It's not so much the food that is changing but the...
Being local for a day
Being local for a day
You can keep Elle Macpherson's legs and Angelina Jolie's lips. If I could change one thing about myself I would be Swedish. I would live in a flat...
Three Hartkorp hotels to be auctioned
Three Hartkorp hotels to be auctioned
Three hotels on the Garden Route are to be sold at an auction, a sign that the hotel industry is under severe pressure.
Fruits of tourism sweeten a bitter legacy
Fruits of tourism sweeten a bitter legacy
In the blistering heat, standing in the Choeung Ek killing fields outside Phnom Penh in Cambodia, you get a taste of what it would be like to land...
Escape to Eden in Jamaica
Escape to Eden in Jamaica
Sunday afternoon, Winnifred Beach, Jamaica.
Tourism students jetting to Germany
Tourism students jetting to Germany
Two grade 11 tourism studies learners from North West province have won a trip to an international tourism conference in Germany where they will...

Client Media Releases

NWU PhD student to present at Young Scientist Conference
MTN opens nominations for Women in ICT awards
How will IOT affect your world?
Mandela Day lives on with Brainstorm's Leaders of Tomorrow