Subscribe to industry newsletters

Here's the thing about travel insurance

Most of us love travelling and experiencing new adventures. While we get all excited about our next trip, there is often one important aspect that we always seem to leave out...

2 hours ago

Travelling dry and light without sacrificing comfort

In one of my few he-man travel experiences, kayaking in Madagascar, I needed a range of super portable toiletry items like sheets of biodegradable shaving cream and...

By Brian Berkman 21 hours ago

It's not too late to enter for the Sanlam Top Destination Awards 2016

Sanlam Top Destination Awards 2016, powered by Discount Traveler, is a platform to showcase and honour those in the Hospitality Industry.

21 hours ago

Development of full-service lodge in Kruger National Park approved

SANParks has welcomed the approval of the proposed 240-bed Malelane Safari Lodge in the Kruger National Park. According to Glenn Phillips, this approval comes after...

1 day ago

Express gateway to Cape Town centre

What you can expect from the Holiday Inn Express is exactly those things that you need, especially if you're on a business trip. The ladies at reception will expressly set you up with...

By Cari Van Wyk 2 days ago

Leeu Collection expands internationally with Linthwaite House

Leeu Collection has acquired the acclaimed Lake District hotel, Linthwaite House in the United Kingdom, their first property outside of South Africa...

2 days ago

SA attracts more visitors in February

The total number of tourists grew 18% to 803,770 in February compared with the same month last year, Statistics SA reported. About 30% were overseas visitors and...

3 days ago

KLEBA to improve business and tourism in Kruger Lowveld region

The Kruger Lowveld Chamber of Business and Tourism joined forces with various regional chambers in the Kruger Lowveld region to launch the...

2 days ago

Port Festival to rock the decks of Cape Town Port

From 30 April to 1 May, Capetonians of all ages will have the opportunity to see the inner-workings of the Port of Cape Town through a range of...

25 Apr 2016

SA tourism still short of potential

Inbound foreign tourist arrivals exceeding the 1m mark for the first time ever in a month in January made for great headlines. But welcome as the achievement is...

By Stafford Thomas 25 Apr 2016

New CT to Nairobi route to position Cape as business hub

Kenya Airways has announced that it will be launching a Nairobi - Livingstone - Cape Town route on with the new service operating three times a week...

3 days ago

What restaurant models do tourists prefer?

A National Restaurant Association forecast showed that restaurants serve as the cornerstones in every community. As food consumption remains vital to every tourist's itinerary...

By Josephine Wawira 3 days ago

18 reasons why you should go on a Namibia self-drive safari

Namibia is the ideal self-drive safari escape if you're thinking of getting away from the hustle and bustle of the city to experience an authentic African safari...

By Jarred Manasse 25 Apr 2016

Top eight eco-friendly Airbnb homes

Airbnb reveals that home sharing is a more sustainable way of traveling because it generates lower rates of water use, less greenhouse gas emissions, and waste...

22 Apr 2016

Tourism resilient in face of food price increase

The tourism sector, due to its resilience and increasing foreign arrivals, will not be severely affected by the rising food price inflation which is currently...

22 Apr 2016

Make travel more fun by mixing work with play

Bleisure travel, if industry experts are to be believed, is a growing trend as business travellers add a little personal downtime around their work-related trips...

22 Apr 2016

Airbnb inspires travellers to live like a local

Airbnb is rolling out an updated app and launching a global brand campaign to encourage people to change the way they experience the world around them...

21 Apr 2016

The rolling hills of Brahman

The bathroom at the Oribi self-catering cottage at Brahman Hills in the KwaZulu-Natal Midlands is an exhibitionist's dream come true - a shrinking violet's worst nightmare.

By Ruth Cooper 21 Apr 2016

Calling on SA to support local chefs in Culinary Olympics

A team of men and women in chef's whites will be flying the South African flag when they compete against over 40 nations in the IKA Culinary Olympics in Erfurt...

21 Apr 2016

Show more

Latest jobs

Sales Manager
Cape TownLobster Ink
Assistant Front Office Manager
Receptionist - Shift Leader
Commis Chefs
Executive Assistant
PR Account Manager
JohannesburgLesley Simpson Communications
Programme Coordinator
Cape TownConnect-123 Internship and Volunteer Programs
Franchise Restaurant Manager - Fast Food
Western CapeDrake International
Information & Reservation Consultant (Mobile)
Cape TownCape Town Tourism
German Speaking Travel Specialists
Cape Town
Hotel Sales Executive
Cape TownDrake International
Junior Pastry Chef
Cape Town
German Speaking Senior Tour Consultant /Accounts Manager
Cape Town
Mandarin Speaking Administration Assistant
Marketing Training Manager
Cape TownCapital Growth
Cape TownCapital Growth - Bellville
Office Assistant
Cape TownProjects Abroad
Training Manager
LimpopoMPRTC Recruitment
LimpopoMPRTC Recruitment

More jobs >

Other industry news

Logistics & Transport
CSI & Sustainability
Energy & Mining
Marketing & Media