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Tourism gets behind President Ramaphosa’s appeal to fight against COVID-19

The Association of Southern African Travel Agents (ASATA) has called on all stakeholders in the travel, tourism and hospitality industry to get...

Tourism Sector inspires consumers to invest in their memories this Festive...

South Africa is open to tourism, effective immediately, whether you hail from Paris or Parys. The move is a much-needed reopening for...

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...

Complexity surrounds the reopening of South Africa’s borders say Flight Centre...

The Flight Centre Travel Group says that while the gradual reopening of South Africa’s borders from 01 October 2020 is a welcome...

Tourism Industry ends Tourism Month with the #JERUSALEMACHALLENGE

September is Tourism Month and to showcase the resilience of one of the hardest-hit sectors in South Africa, the tourism industry answered...

Tourism sector pledges to support South Africa’s economic recovery given the...

Tourism stakeholders should prioritise strong private-public partnerships and sing off the same hymn sheet if South Africa is going to reignite the...

Rural communities have felt the brunt of South Africa’s international travel...

Every day South Africa keeps its borders closed, albeit partially, the effects are felt by communities dependent on tourism for survival.

Aviation calls on President Ramaphosa to reopen international borders

Aviation stakeholders are calling on President Ramaphosa and Government to immediately reopen South Africa’s international borders and let the sector play its...

Economic growth is dependent on switching on the corporate aspect of...

In July, a team of technical experts from Germany flew to South Africa to provide essential services to local German businesses and...

South Africa’s Tourism sector is low risk enough for borders to...

“There is no reason why Tourism poses a greater risk than any other sector by being open,” says Professor Alex van den...