Parents can breathe a sigh of relief after the Department of Home Affairs announced on Thursday it is amending its controversial rule that makes it a requirement for parents to have their minor children's unabridged birth certificates available before they can travel.
By Lizeka Tandwa 8 Feb 2016 08:21
GENEVA: Global air passenger traffic jumped 6.5 percent in 2015 compared to a year earlier, boosted largely by lower airfares, IATA said Thursday. "Last year's very strong performance, against a weaker economic backdrop, confirms the strong demand for aviation connectivity," said Tony Tyler, head of the International Air Transport Association (IATA).
5 Feb 2016 14:13
Tourists and the residents of Sabie were prevented from leaving the town near Kruger Park yesterday when protesters barricaded all exit roads.
5 Feb 2016 11:00
A new private tropical island will be opening its doors in April 2016. Thanda Island is the beach residence of Swedish entrepreneur and philanthropist couple Christin and Dan Olofsson and is situated within southern Tanzania's Shungi Mbili Island Marine Reserve.
5 Feb 2016 10:48
The new Qantas safety video showcases Australia through its destinations and its people. The short video features Australians from all walks of life talking passengers through the on-board safety instructions against the backdrop of locations across the country.
4 Feb 2016 11:47
Yellow Bike, Amsterdam-based bike tour and rental service, introduced Yellow Backie: Amsterdam style hitchhiking. The initiative seeks to spark some love between Amsterdam locals and its visitors by embracing a famous Dutch custom - riding on the luggage rack of a friend's bike.
4 Feb 2016 10:45
In 2008, the global hotel industry was worth $447 billion dollars. It experienced a dip in 2009 decreasing significantly to $395 billion dollars, but grew again from 2010. It has experienced exponential growth since then. Early predictions for 2016 forecasts a global revenue of $550 billion dollars at year's end.
By Michelle Mangan 3 Feb 2016 12:18
Andries Mabila's first job was to protect his grandfather's herd of cattle. As they roamed the bush of Rooiboklaagte he entertained his brother with tales of the scrub hare and common duiker they had seen. An abiding love of animals was well established in the six-year-old herdboy, as was his keen eye for snakes. He learned to read animal behaviour, understanding why a flock of birds suddenly took flight or a little buck startled.
By Liesl Jobson 3 Feb 2016 12:00
On Tuesday, 2 February 2016, Table Moutain Cableway received its 25 millionth visitor. Due in large part to the record-breaking festive season, the latest million was achieved in just 13 months.
3 Feb 2016 11:51
Mikha'il Ernest, global sales and marketing manager at neXt,Travelstart, says "Travel, in most cases, sits on many a company's list of gravely high expenses and there is a reason behind it, besides the cost of travel itself being high. Travel agencies being appointed by government and corporates through RFP's/tenders and various other methods of supply chain practices are leaving procurement managers thinking they have scored tremendous deals with their travel agent."
By Cari Van Wyk 2 Feb 2016 14:00
Marking fastjet's newest international route in Africa, the inaugural flight between Harare in Zimbabwe and Johannesburg in South Africa took off on 1 February 2016.
2 Feb 2016 10:54