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South Africa President lauds impressive tourism figures

President Zuma has congratulated the tourism sector on the impressive tourism figures which indicate that South Africa continues to be an attractive international tourism destination.

RETOSA Board to meet in Seychelles during Routes Africa 2012

It has been confirmed by the RETOSA Secretariat that the Board of SADC’s Tourism Body, RETOSA, will be meeting in Seychelles from July 6-13, 2012.

Travel Corporation applauds unprecedented success of Lion World Tours

At the recent gala event in New York, South African Tourism announced the 2012 winner’s of its highest honors, the Ubuntu Awards.

South African cities launch tourism agreement

NEW YORK, New York - Cape Town Tourism, Johannesburg Tourism, and Durban Tourism have announced a joint city marketing agreement between the three cities.

Seychelles Tourism chief speaks at Retosa board meeting

Alain St.Ange, CEO of the Seychelles Tourism Board; David Germain, the Seychelles Regional Tourism Director for Africa; and Glynn Burridge, Seychelles Tourism Board Copywriter and Tourism Consultant a

Top awards at INDABA tourism exhibition go to Zambia

INDABA is the largest tourism marketing event on the African calendar and one of the top three “must visit” events of its kinds on the global calendar.

Regional Tourism Organization of Southern Africa invites Seychelles Tourism Board CEO...

Seychelles Tourism Board CEO Alain St.Ange, who is in South Africa for the Annual INDABA Tourism Trade Fair, will join the Regional Tourism Organization of Southern Africa's (RETOSA) Inaugural Annual

SA president, tourism back Cape Town Jazz Festival

The Cape Town Jazz Festival, which takes place on 25 and 26 March at the Cape Town International Convention Centre, has received the backing of the President of South Africa, Mr.Jacob Zuma and SA Tour

South Africa tourist slump sees growing retrenchments

A slump in tourism and conferences is hitting the hotel and events industry hard, particularly in Cape Town and Durban.

SA forks out for high crime rate

South Africans are picking up a monumental tab for the state's apparent or perceived failure to protect them from crime but individuals may not claim tax relief for these expenses.According to a recent estimate by the SA Institute for Race Relations (SAIRR), South Africans spent a whopping R40-billion on private security in 2007.