South African Tourism together with Kwazulu-Natal Tourism welcomed over 80 VIP guests to a networking function to celebrate ahead of the official opening of Indaba 2013
The Cape Town International Convention Centre has announced the appointment of the design architects for the expansion project, which will see the centre doubling in capacity over the next three years
Durban and the South African province of KwaZulu-Natal have won the right to host the 2016 World Leisure Congress.
Organisers of the Asia-Pacific Incentives and Meetings Expo have welcomed South African Tourism as the 2012 sponsor of Globe, the show’s restaurant and meeting hub. Giving attendees the opportunity to sample South Africa’s unique cuisine.
South African Tourism’s Lalie Ngozi is positive about the impact of tourism to her home nation for the remainder of the year, particularly from Australia, following another successful Indaba trade show in Durban last week (May 9).
South African Airways is seeing significant growth on flights to and from Johannesburg from Sydney and Perth, according to the airline’s head of Australasia, Thevan Krishna.
INDABA has once again raised the bar for South African Tourism, with the 2011 event hailed a success in Durban.
South African Tourism’s Lalie Ngozi is excited about the Australian outbound market to her home nation in 2011, particularly in light of a strong Aussie dollar, new hotel developments and increased awareness after the 2010 FIFA World Cup.
South Africa recorded an exceptional 15.1 per cent increase in tourist arrivals to the country last year, announced the Minister of Tourism, Mr Marthinus van Schalkwyk, last week
The South African city of Johannesburg is continuing to attract the attention of the international business tourism industry with a huge host of mega-events secured for the next few years.
In the lead up to the FIFA 2010, all eyes are on South Africa as an event destination as the the continent’s largest business tourism gathering officially opened on Wednesday at the Sandton Convention Centre in Johannesburg.
South African Tourism has officially launched the ‘Kick off your adventure in South Africa’ campaign, a communications platform that has been developed solely for the Australasian market in 2009 and 2010.