The Blue Train has launched its new brand repositioning - the first in over 20 years - featuring an all-new MICE offering...
Cape Town Air Access was shortlisted following their win at Routes Africa 2018, where the team was awarded best destination marketing award as well as the overall Routes Africa award...
UnionPay International has forged relationships with the Cape Town-based tourism industry to highlight the benefits of attracting the Chinese market...
Editor-at-large of Meininger's Wine Business International and author of the influential Wine Travel Guide to the World, Robert Joseph addressed Cape wine producers ahead of the opening of entries for the 2015 Global Great Wine Capitals Best of Wine Tourism Awards.
Last year, over 130,000 Chinese travellers visited the country, a growth of over 50% on 2011. Numbers are expected to rise significantly after Chinese President Xi Jinping and President Jacob Zuma jointly declared 2014 the 'Year of South Africa' in China at this year's BRICS summit.
According to SA Tourism, the Chinese tourism and travel operators on the Chinese mainland responded positively to the call from South African Tourism to "Leave the ordinary behind and enjoy green South Africa" - the theme of South African Tourism's Far East Asia Workshops taking place in China, Korea and Japan.
Cape Town and the Western Cape are shifting their focus to China as a high-potential tourism market following the 2010 FIFA World Cup. China is one of the fastest growing global outbound travel markets in the world and the number of Chinese visitors to the city and province has rocketed.
The Japanese national football squad will premier its new colours at the Nelson Mandela stadium in Port Elizabeth, tomorrow, Saturday 14 November 2009 in a friendly against Bafana Bafana.
South African Tourism said on Tuesday it was launching a website targeted at Japanese travellers.
In an effort to raise awareness of destination South Africa in Japan, South African Tourism has been hosting senior journalists from leading travel trade and mainstream publications on a 10-day tour of South Africa. Represented on the tour have been no less than Higashi-Aichi and Kobe newspapers, in addition to numerous key Japanese trade publications.