Tourism News

Haute Cabrière launches new summer tapas menu

From November 1, Haute Cabrière in Franschhoek will extend its hours until 18h00 and launche a new tapas and oyster menu for summer. The...

Gauteng Tourism throws a street party to celebrate the city

The Gauteng Tourism Authority, in collaboration with Leisure Connexion, is organising a street party on the 28th of September 2017 and is inviting the...

Mhondoro Villa introduces dedicated kids programme

Mhondoro Game Reserve  in Welgevonden in the Waterberg has introduced a range of children’s activities aimed at families booking Mhondoro Villa on an exclusive-use...

New Zealanders put off by pricey, time-consuming visas  

Nearly a year has gone by since South Africa announced that it would be introducing a visa requirement for New Zealand nationals, but tourists...

Captive elephant industry fails to ride wave of change

By Janine Avery 126 captive elephants in 26 facilities. All used for human entertainment of which 14 facilities offer elephant back riding and only a...

Hosting Rugby World Cup 2023 could bring in R27bn

Hosting the Rugby World Cup in 2023 could bring South Africa R27.3 billion in direct, indirect and induced economic impact and sustain 28 600...
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