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Boris Dzhingarov
Five smart management tools to enhance your restaurant business

Managing a restaurant business can be quite difficult because of factors such as intensified competition, rising costs and increased margins...

By Boris Dzhingarov, Issued by Monetary Library 1 day ago

#DesignMonth: Finding the perfect venue
#DesignMonth: Finding the perfect venue

Two sisters, Moira and Nicky, came together to solve a problem most people and companies struggle with at some point or another - finding the right space for your event...

By Cari Van Wyk 1 day ago

Nadav Ossendryver
#DesignMonth: Revolutionising the safari experience

Through combining the concept of crowdsourcing and social media, Kruger enthusiast Nadav Ossendryver has created an app that has revolutionised the game-viewing experience...

By Cari Van Wyk 9 Feb 2016

How Andries Mabila got on track with tours and safaris
How Andries Mabila got on track with tours and safaris

His desire to protect the animals in his care, and a gift for storytelling, inevitably led to Andries realising his full potential as the co-founder of Nghelekele Tours & Safaris...

By Liesl Jobson 3 Feb 2016

Why is business travel so expensive?
Why is business travel so expensive?

Many corporates and government have to deal with high business travel expenses and according to Mikha'il Ernest there is a reason behind why it's so high...

By Cari Van Wyk 2 Feb 2016

Meetings Africa: putting the business events sector to work
Meetings Africa: putting the business events sector to work

Meetings Africa serves as a platform for the business events industry in showcasing South Africa and the rest of the continent's business events and tourism offering...

By Cari Van Wyk 29 Jan 2016

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Seven requests travel writers hate

While the masses are hustling in corporate offices or stuck in traffic, the travel writer could be waking up to a song of a bird s/he has never heard before...

By Phindiwe Nkosi 27 Jan 2016

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Five ideas to fill your vacant off-peak rooms

Tired of paying staff to twiddle their thumbs during off-peak seasons when guest occupancy levels are low?

By Phindiwe Nkosi 20 Jan 2016

[BizTrends 2016] New frontiers in travel and tourism
[BizTrends 2016] New frontiers in travel and tourism

Tailor-made messaging, a strong online presence and the power of word-of-mouth marketing are sure to characterise...

By Candice Winterboer 18 Jan 2016

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[BizTrends 2016] Five top trends in tourism

As is the case with so many industries, digital technology will be a major influencer in the tourism sector. These are some of the continuing and emerging trends in 2016...

By Nicci Botha 18 Jan 2016

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Do's and don'ts of hosting a travel writer

As a travel writer, just when one thinks it can't get any better, there are moments when it does. The same is true for the other side of the coin...

By Phindiwe Nkosi 22 Dec 2015

Reboot at Akasha Mountain Retreat
Reboot at Akasha Mountain Retreat

In this digital day and age where a beautiful sunset or a lush forest view is more often than not viewed through a tiny screen - a captured, insta'ed and retweeted version of something magical, it is wonderfully refreshing to forget that the internet ever existed and experience and appreciate something real and IRL

By Ruth Cooper 15 Dec 2015

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Enhancing your international guests' travel experience

Operators are increasingly under pressure to find innovative ways to differentiate themselves and provide a superior experience to visitors...

By Hein Koen 8 Dec 2015

Technology key for casinos
Technology key for casinos

Over the past decade the local gaming market has evolved into a more complete lifestyle experience destination that offers a fully-fledged lifestyle experience to a wider market...

By Danette Breitenbach 3 Dec 2015

Place your bets
Place your bets

The gambling industry in South Africa is dynamic and ever-changing despite the challenge of a changing regulatory environment and reduced consumer spending due to economic pressures...

By Danette Breitenbach 2 Dec 2015

Fancourt Manor House takes bespoke travel to the ultimate level
Fancourt Manor House takes bespoke travel to the ultimate level

Some of the hospitality lessons from luxury Asian hotels have happily filtered down to South Africa...

By Brian Berkman 1 Dec 2015

Atlas of over 300 parks and reserves
Atlas of over 300 parks and reserves

If you love the open road, discovering new places and have a passion for the wild now is the time to start dropping hints to the family about what you would like for Christmas...

By Henrie Geyser: motoring editor 27 Nov 2015

Is this Knysna hotel in a converted power station one of a kind?
Is this Knysna hotel in a converted power station one of a kind?

The Thesens founded a turbine-driven power station fuelled by their timber off cuts. The power station site is now the fabulous Turbine Hotel and Spa...

By Brian Berkman 27 Nov 2015

Classy Mexican at Del Mar
Classy Mexican at Del Mar

Classy Mexican sounds like a bit of an oxymoron; however Del Mar, as part of the Bukhara group, in Camps Bay has perfected this unique and hard-to-achieve mix.

By Ruth Cooper 19 Nov 2015

Chef Scot: Chef of the Year
Chef Scot: Chef of the Year

Chef Scot Kirton from the fabulous La Colombe has just been crowned Chef of the Year and La Colombe crowned top 2 on the Top 10 Restaurant list at this year's Eat Out Awards...

By Ruth Cooper 18 Nov 2015

The Drostdy Hotel makes Graaff-Reinet a luxury destination
The Drostdy Hotel makes Graaff-Reinet a luxury destination

Graaff-Reinet has all the historic and architectural charm of Stellenbosch...

By Brian Berkman 17 Nov 2015

Towers above
Towers above

It is not often that one finds fine-dining restaurants situated in hotels; sure hotel food is usually fairly fancy and of a good quality, but not usually that of the art-on-a plate variety.

By Ruth Cooper 17 Nov 2015

Authentic Indian at Bukhara
Authentic Indian at Bukhara

Tucked away up Church Street, just behind Green Market Square and above a Clicks one finds the authentically Indian restaurant Bukhara.

By Ruth Cooper 10 Nov 2015

Deluxe adult treehouse hideaway for the discerning
Deluxe adult treehouse hideaway for the discerning

It's easy to believe in fairies and tree people that move about the forest at night dragging their gnarled roots through the sand...

By Brian Berkman 9 Nov 2015

That's so Rad-isson
That's so Rad-isson

The Royal Suite at Raddisson Blu Le Vendome Hotel in Sea Point is palatial (108m² to be exact). Situated on the eighth floor, this suite boasts two balconies, two bedrooms, three bathrooms, a living room area and even a James Bond-like private boardroom.

By Ruth Cooper 4 Nov 2015

Stay in a Victorian Mansion in the Friendly City
Stay in a Victorian Mansion in the Friendly City

Port Elizabeth is a little like I remember Cape Town while growing up...

By Brian Berkman 3 Nov 2015

Nicholas Barenblatt, Group Marketing Manager for Protea Hotels
Keep energy levels high when travelling

While I enjoy the opportunity to see new places and experience different foods, travelling regularly for work has its challenges in terms of keeping one's energy levels high...

By Nicholas Barenblatt 2 Nov 2015

This Logan's Run is the slowest paced of all
This Logan's Run is the slowest paced of all

Hotelier David Rawdon was championed for his elegant eye for interiors, his Midas-touch when it came to operating hotels and, perhaps most importantly, for defining what would become a whole new category of hotel - the Country House or Boutique Hotel...

By Brian Berkman 26 Oct 2015

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Five ways to boost customer relations

Here, Jovago - an online hotel booking service - shares some interesting ways to boost customer relations for small and medium-sized enterprises, which occupy a key part of the economies they exist in...

By Motunrayo Shafau 23 Oct 2015

Benguela Brasserie Restaurant interior
Rags-to-riches: wining and dining with Penny Streeter (2/2)

In 2010, Penny Streeter and her husband buy a house in the prestigious Benguela Cove estate on the Bot River Lagoon near Hermanus. Shortly afterwards the developer dies and the property development slowed to a crawl, causing the homeowners to wonder about their investment...

By Nicci Botha 20 Oct 2015

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