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UK Government fails to provide evidence for South Africa red listing...

In response to a UK petition, ‘Remove South Africa from the travel 'Red List'’, the British Government has failed to provide any evidence to...

Africa Travel Week throws its support behind recent South Africa Environmental...

Africa Travel Week has thrown its full support behind the recent announcement by South Africa Environmental Affairs Minister Barbara Creecy putting an end to...

SATSA welcomes intended ban on captive lion breeding in South Africa

SATSA, the voice of inbound tourism, has welcomed this weekend’s release, by Environmental Affairs Minister Barbara Creecy, of the High-Level Panel report which advocates...

SATSA welcomes President’s announcement of UIF/TERS extension

SATSA welcomes the news that the UIF/TERS scheme will be extended to March 15, announced by President Cyril Ramaphosa during his State of the...

SATSA launches its Adventure Tourism Chapter to help position South Africa...

In a push to unlock Adventure Tourism potential in South Africa, SATSA, the voice of inbound tourism, launches its Adventure Tourism Chapter led by...

SARS red tape jeopardises recovery of COVID-19 beleaguered Tourism SMMEs

SARS red tape jeopardises recovery of COVID-19 beleaguered Tourism SMMEs

SATSA corrects erroneous media reports surrounding animal interaction guidelines

Media reports suggesting that SATSA plans to implement a blanket ban on animal interactions as of July 2020 are erroneous.  Rather, the animal interaction...

Toward ethical animal interactions in Southern Africa

A refreshingly practical guide to evaluating captive wildlife attractions and activities was released on 31 October following extensive research undertaken by SATSA, which represents South Africa’s...

SATSA and SA Tourism lead carbon offsetting initiative

SATSA and South African Tourism (SA Tourism) have launched a carbon offsetting initiative to create awareness about the need to reduce the tourism industry’s carbon footprint. The...

Tourism needs to react to the realities of 2019 or risk...

“If my children were dying from starvation, I would be first in line to poach, and if we’re honest, so would any of us.”...