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Radical innovation necessary to revive tourism in the Bay

Dramatic action is needed to change the tourism momentum for Nelson Mandela Bay, and the Eastern Cape in general...

By Glenn van Eck 3 days ago

Travelling dry and light without sacrificing comfort
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 28 Apr 2016

#CommerceMonth: online bookings scaled to grow
#CommerceMonth: online bookings scaled to grow

We spoke to Tom Williams, COO of online booking site SafariNow, to find out how e-commerce has changed the way business works...

By Cari Van Wyk 28 Apr 2016

Express gateway to Cape Town centre
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 26 Apr 2016

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

The rolling hills of Brahman
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

#CommerceMonth: ACSA elements for e-commerce success
#CommerceMonth: ACSA elements for e-commerce success

ACSA hopped on the e-commerce bandwagon (or should we say flight) and took Duty Free Shopping online, with their own portal. We spoke to Shethal Badal about ACSA's e-commerce journey...

By Cari Van Wyk 20 Apr 2016

Game reserve getaway
Game reserve getaway

An hour's drive from King Shaka International Airport in Durban is the secluded Tala Collection Private Game Reserve. Boasting up-close-and-personal game spotting of giraffe, rhino, zebra and so much more this reserve is a perfect itinerary stop if exploring the KZN area.

By Ruth Cooper 20 Apr 2016

Bleisure BLISS with a view
Bleisure BLISS with a view

Reminiscent of that famous yellow brick road, there is a big yellow door in Sunset Beach, Cape Town that will lead you to a magical land of bliss...

By Cari Van Wyk 19 Apr 2016

Love is in the Air
Love is in the Air

Sometimes the ultimate luxury is simply being alone with your loved one. At Pavilions, Phuket and their sister properties in the Himalayas and Bali their marketing differentiator is...

By Brian Berkman 19 Apr 2016

#CommerceMonth: With e-commerce the whole world becomes your playground
#CommerceMonth: With e-commerce the whole world becomes your playground

We asked Paul Midy, CEO of Jovago, to share his views on e-commerce and how it changed the industry...

By Cari Van Wyk 15 Apr 2016

Five reasons why you should go on a Masai Mara National Reserve safari
Five reasons why you should go on a Masai Mara National Reserve safari

If you're looking to experience an authentic African Safari, Kenya's Masai Mara National Reserve should be right at the top of travel bucket list...

By Jarred Manasse 15 Apr 2016

Don't miss the Red Dot and its über first world city
Don't miss the Red Dot and its über first world city

Known as the Red Dot on account of its tiny global footprint on a world map, Singapore stands as an example of what can be achieved when...

By Brian Berkman 13 Apr 2016

Swing by Singapore for Sling
Swing by Singapore for Sling

There are so many lessons to be learned from Raffles Hotel, Singapore...

By Brian Berkman 11 Apr 2016

Martin Modarelli, Commercial Director UK, Nordic Countries and Africa, LATAM
WTM Africa 2016: LATAM Airlines ready to introduce itself to the world

We caught up with Martin Modarelli, globe trotter and commercial director UK, Nordic countries and Africa for LATAM airlines at the LATAM stand to get some more inside info...

By Cari Van Wyk 8 Apr 2016

Stelle Obinwa being interviewed at WTM Africa 2016.
WTM Africa 2016: A destination within a destination

We caught up with Stella Obinwa, regional director for Dubai Tourism, and wanted to know more about Dubai Tourism's plans, parks and more...

By Cari Van Wyk 7 Apr 2016

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EDP to further National Development Plan for participation in tourism

The Deputy Minister of Tourism Tokozile Xasa, in partnership with the UNISA Graduate School of Business Leadership recently launched the Executive Development Programme for...

By Cari Van Wyk 5 Apr 2016

18 reasons why you should see the Big Five
18 reasons why you should see the Big Five

Did you know that the lion, leopard, African buffalo, elephant and rhino were officially called the Big Five with the reason that they were the most dangerous animals...

By Jarred Manasse 1 Apr 2016

#BrandManagerMonth: What is your brand's personality?
#BrandManagerMonth: What is your brand's personality?

Crowne Plaza is perfectly situated for business in Rosebank and it's no surprise that Henri-Basil Hearne plays to its strengths as a business and pleasure hotel...

By Cari Van Wyk 31 Mar 2016

Enver Duminy
Two footed tourism an economic boon for CT

On 26 March 2016 locals and visitors descended on Cape Town for the world's most beautiful marathon, the Old Mutual Two Oceans Marathon...

By Cari Van Wyk 29 Mar 2016

The Swiss Adventure Part 2 - Curling and Klosters
The Swiss Adventure Part 2 - Curling and Klosters

Day two in Switzerland dawned clear and sunny with not a cloud in the sky or a whisper of wind; however, it was still cold enough to make you catch your breath when first stepping out of any form of heating.

By Ruth Cooper 23 Mar 2016

Boris Dzhingarov
Running a financially successful restaurant is about optimising simple processes

Saving pennies hundreds of times a day, over the course of a year, is enough to make the difference between a business that stays open and a business that closes...

By Boris Dzhingarov, Issued by Monetary Library 17 Mar 2016

The Swiss adventure part 1 - A day in Davos
The Swiss adventure part 1 - A day in Davos

The crack of virgin snow, your boots the first to break the pure. Inhale the air so fresh and damp; fill your lungs and exhale a puff of icy smoke. It's all so still, so silent, the crunch crunch of footsteps the only sound.

By Ruth Cooper 16 Mar 2016

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Festive flights: who soared and who was grounded on social media

If engagement on Facebook is anything to go by, it looks like Mango was a clear winner...

By Nick Paul 16 Mar 2016

Grab your smartphone - anyone can contribute to Google's Mzansi Experience
Grab your smartphone - anyone can contribute to Google's Mzansi Experience

If you are one of the 23 million smartphone users in South Africa, there's a good chance that you can contribute to Google's Mzansi experience...

By Jarred Manasse 15 Mar 2016

#BrandManagerMonth: You have to live your brand
#BrandManagerMonth: You have to live your brand

Sharon Gilbert-Rivett, marketing manager for Fair Trade Tourism, is an award-winning journalist, tourism consultant, safari aficionado and wildlife film-maker...

By Cari Van Wyk 14 Mar 2016

Maxine Case
#BrandManagerMonth: My brand is Cape Town

Meet Maxine Case, award-winning author, digital editor and brand ambassador of Cape Town Partnership. She shares her passion for Cape Town and its history through...

By Cari Van Wyk 10 Mar 2016

Alon Lits
Uber benefits for tourists and tourism

Except for the benefits it offers locals in getting around safely and timely, it is a great option for tourists traveling to South African cities...

By Cari Van Wyk 7 Mar 2016

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Five reasons why you should go on a self-drive safari in South Africa

Self-drive safaris are becoming an increasingly popular choice for travellers wanting to experience Africa as it provides you with the freedom to tailor your holiday to suit your own needs.

By Jarred Manasse 7 Mar 2016

Ace hoteliers working with new Silo and historic Matjiesfontein
Ace hoteliers working with new Silo and historic Matjiesfontein

Veteran hotelier Tony Romer-Lee has been hard at work revitalising the Spier hospitality offering and now adds two major projects to his PMR consultancy...

By Brian Berkman 29 Feb 2016

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