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SA Tourism's new chairman is Frank Kilbourn, it was announced on Sunday. Kilbourn used to be its deputy chairman, the office of Tourism Minister Marthinus van Schalkwyk said in a statement.
(eTN) - It was confirmed over the weekend that President Kikwete last week appointed Ambassador Charles A. Sanga as the new Chairman of the Tanzania Tourist Board.
KINGSTON, Jamaica – Jamaica’s 173rd anniversary of emancipation will be observed with an Emancipation Jubilee heritage festival at the Seville Great House and Heritage Park in the parish of St.
(eTN) - The Tanzania Tourist Board (TTB) is expected to launch a new logo and branding for Tanzania tourism today, when presenting to the tourism industry - a wide section of stakeholders and the gene
(eTN) - Officials of the Tanzania Tourist Board (TTB) have scratched their heads in recent days, when the available half-year figures of arrivals and revenues from tourism to Tanzania suggested that t
NAIROBI - The Kenya Tourist Board (KTB) has expressed optimism of surpassing the one million-tourist arrival mark this year.
At the end of May, members of the Slovenian Tourist Board (STB) council re-elected current STB director Dimitrij Piciga for a new term of office. A few days later, in Brussels, Mr.
The Jamaican Tourist Board is over the moon to have secured the services of the fastest man on earth to promote the island's tourist industry.
VIENNA - The International Pharmaceutical Congress Advisory Association and the Associations Conference Forum are two of the most important organizations in the international congress business.
(September 3, 2008) - The Falkland Islands Tourist Board (FITB) hosted a Falklands themed ‘Smoko’ event yesterday to introduce media and trade contacts to all that these fascinating Islands have t
KINGSTON, Jamaica (September 3, 2008) – Today, the Jamaica Tourist Board unveiled its new VisitJamaica.com website during a global webcast live from Kingston, Jamaica hosted by Minister of Tourism E
THE Tories today described as “catastrophic” the decision of the Welsh Government to scrap the Wales Tourist Board. Shadow Wales minister David Jones said tourism in the country should be “promoted by properly qualified industry professionals and not by civil servants”. The functions of the Wales Tourist Board were taken over by the Welsh Assembly Government in 2006.