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Zambian president shares his tourism vision

East Africa correspondent Prof. Dr. Wolfgang H.

SA Tourism’s global marketing focus

The current marketing campaign of South African Tourism in Nigeria is not centered primarily on the forthcoming FIFA World Cup being held next year in South Africa, but is aimed at using it as a tool

Tanzania enters a new communication era

DAR ES SALAAM, Tanzania (eTN) - Internet and online users in Tanzania are celebrating a new communication era with cheaper, reliable and faster connectivity with the rest of the world after the countr

Tourism agreement to be signed by South Africa and Kenya

Nairobi — Kenya is next month expected to enter into a memorandum of understanding with South Africa aimed at building ties on tourism, a cabinet minister has said.

Adding up the value of the tourism industry in SA

Johannesburg — THE Tourism Satellite Account (TSA) was launched at Indaba by South African Tourism (SAT) as part of an ongoing programme to accurately quantify the value of the tourism industry in S

South Africa tourism industry gears up for football cups

The football world's seven regional champions this month are coming to South Africa for the Confederations Cup, often called the mini-World Cup.

Tourism INDABA 2009 countdown begins

The countdown to INDABA has started and attendee numbers promise to eclipse last year’s record-setting global travel trade, media, and exhibitor attendance.

South Africa: Tourism performing impressively in terms of arrivals growth and...

In the contex of an extremely challenging global environment, South Africa’s tourism sector continues to impress, especially in terms of arrivals growth and total foreign direct spend generated.

South Africa tourism performing impressively in terms of arrivals growth and...

In the context of an extremely-challenging global environment, South Africa’s tourism sector continues to impress, especially in terms of arrivals growth and total foreign direct spend generated.

South African Tourism pins hope on World Cup

Passengers on the flight from London via Amsterdam to Cape Town were in holiday mood, desperate to escape from the cold and grey skies in Europe.

Africa’s time to shine – travel industry “Oscars” return to South...

This year, all eyes will be on the World Travel Awards Africa Ceremony in Durban on May 10.

South Africa tries to halt baboon break-ins

CAPE TOWN, South Africa — Baboons seeking snacks are breaking into tourists' cars in South Africa and authorities are threatening to fine visitors who give them food.

Tough new visa regulations for visitors to the UK

A series of new UK visa regulations comes into force this month, as a result of an extensive review by the UK’s Borders and Immigration Agency.

ASTA takes on Delta Air Lines, plans on heading to Africa

(Questions for William A. Maloney, chief executive officer of the American Society of Travel Agents)

South African travelers drag Tanzania’s national airline to court

DAR ES SALAAM, Tanzania (eTN) - Tanzania’s financially troubled national flag carrier Air Tanzania Company Limited (ATCL) is facing a major lawsuit by a group of South African tourists following a f

New SA airline sells ‘minutes’

Barring last minute hitches, a new tailfin may soon be seen zooming across South Africa‘s skies.

Tourists seek South African nip and tuck, with safari on the...

Forget Africa's big game or unspoiled scenery. More and more foreign tourists are coming to South Africa for a little nip and tuck at the country's private hospitals, with safari on the side.

Savvy Navigator offers gay tours of South Africa for sophisticated male...

WASHINGTON, DC - Jeffrey Ward, a 20-year, travel industry veteran and executive coach, has launched a specialized gay tour company catering to sophisticated male travelers.

Mystery disease in Africa identified

Tests may have identified source of unknown disease in Africa, the United Nations World Health Organization (WHO) has said.

India, Brazil, South Africa sign tourism cooperation pact

India, Brazil and South Africa signed a draft tripartite tourism cooperation agreement Sunday at the fifth edition of the Kerala Travel Mart (KTM).

Tourists still pour in but spend less

A record number of tourists visited South Africa in 2007, but travellers spent less money as the global economic crunch squeezed their budgets.

Cape tourist steals from fellow tourist

Two knife-wielding muggers shoved a hiker down a rocky incline, demanded "gold" from her four companions, threatened to throw rocks at them and tried to stab their three dogs.

Dollar Rent A Car and Thrifty Car Rental expand in South...

Dollar Thrifty Automotive Group, Inc.

SA tourism reaps benefit of open skies

SA's decision to open its skies to increased competition from foreign airlines in the run-up to 2010 is finally beginning to pay dividends, says SA Tourism CEO Moeketsi Mosola.

South African Airways leaves family stranded in Dubai

A British Family were recently left to fend for themselves in Dubai Airport when South African Airways failed to issue paper tickets for the new code-share route between Dubai and Cape Town.
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