Tourism News

Growing demand for hospitality professionals in SA and abroad

With tourism numbers continuing to increase year on year and new hotels and restaurants opening their doors, not just in South Africa but all...

African Parks signs on Bazaruto National Park

The National Administration of Conservation Areas (ANAC) and conservation NGO, African Parks, have signed a 25-year agreement to restore, develop and manage Mozambique’s Bazaruto...

“Drought unlikely to impact CT tourism” – Grant Thornton

Despite the Western Cape, and the City of Cape Town in particular, being in the midst of the region’s most acute water crisis to...

SA artist helps travellers find their perfect safari experience

South African artist and safari enthusiast, James Delaney, has launched a site aimed at channeling his safari knowledge into one website to help travellers. He...

FTT defends decision to certify Tenikwa Wildlife Awareness Centre

Fair Trade Tourism (FTT) has defended its decision to grant FTT certification to Tenikwa Wildlife Awareness Centre. According to FTT, it received a number of...

CT trains local chefs in Halal cuisine to attract Muslim travellers

By 2020, approximately 26% of the world’s population will be Muslim, and given the growth of the Muslim middle class and younger population with...
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