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ASATA responds to SA Government-imposed Covid-19 travel restrictions

The Association of Southern African Travel Agents (ASATA) has reiterated its support for its members and their travelling customers following the announcement by President...

ASATA pledges to engage meaningfully with tourism ministry and TBCSA over...

The Association of Southern African Travel Agents (ASATA) has pledged to work with the Tourism Ministry and the Tourism Business Council of South Africa (TBCSA) to...

WTM Africa, Asata partner to host travel agents’ academy

WTM Africa, in partnership with the Association of Southern African Travel Agents (ASATA), has launched the ASATA Travel Agents' Academy, which will be hosted...

Survey: The future Travel Agent – what’s next?

The Association of Southern African Travel Agents (ASATA), is conducting surveys to pin down what the value proposition will be for the Travel Agent...

ASATA reiterates call to review UBC requirement

South Africa’s Travel Industry, represented by the Association of Southern African Travel Agents (ASATA), is reiterating its call for an urgent repeal of the...

Fresh calls to review Unabridged Birth Certificate regulations following minister Gigaba’s...

South Africa’s Travel Industry, represented by the Association of Southern African Travel Agents (ASATA) and its tourism sector, represented by the Southern African Tourism...

SA travel trade speaks out: Remove UBC requirement for all Passport...

The South African travel trade has added its voice to the announcement made yesterday regarding the requirements of travelling with minors and its policy...

SA: Unabridged Birth Certificate Requirement remains for travelling families

Parents travelling with children will continue to require Unabridged Birth Certificates, despite recent media reports claiming the contrary. Flight Centre Travel Group has received...

Tips to avoid being seated separately on your next flight

You finally make it to the airport and through those lengthy security queues when you check your boarding pass and realise you have been...

Travel Market Index study: Outbound travel sector performs well in 2017

According to a Travel Market Index study, the travel sector performed well in 2017, with a 6.2% growth in turnover from 2016, despite tough...