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South African Airways, the state- owned carrier, and its low-cost airline Mango, had their offices raided by the nation’s antitrust regulator as part of an investigation into price collusion during
Cape Town is set to offer the best value for money during the 2010 FIFA World Cup, according to the results of a month-long accommodation pricing survey carried out by Grant Thornton South Africa on M
The eagerly awaited 2010 FIFA World Soccer Cup (WSC) is just two months away.
World Cup: Hopes that South Africa’s hospitality industry will have a bumper off-season this year due to the World Cup were dealt a blow last week after it was revealed foreign football fans are unl
Landlocked Zambia expects to pull in new tourists in 2010 by capitalizing on the visitor influx to South Africa for the FIFA World Cup tournament, which begins in less than 100 days.
FIFA’s announcement that it has released 65,000 of its MATCH-booked rooms in the western Cape has caused considerable debate about the actual demand for accommodation during the 2010 FIFA World Cup.
The "Obama effect" of a US president with African heritage and the 2010 World Cup are boosting tourism in Africa, industry experts say.
While issues of Cape Town’s readiness, safety and security and transport infrastructure have dominated global headlines in the run-up to the 2010 FIFA World Cup™, fears of being fleeced are now to
A British company is marketing stab-proof vests to tourists and football fans visiting South Africa for the World Cup, a move denounced as "scare tactics" to make money off crime fears.
Cape Town Tourism has partnered with three international public relations agencies to proactively represent the Mother City abroad.
In a special ceremony for more than 200 invited guests and media, the contractors handed “the key of the door” to Cape Town’s Executive Mayor, Alderman Dan Plato.
The Zimbabwe Tourism Authority (ZTA) is warning the general public to guard against bogus tourism entities claiming to be coordinating destination marketing ahead of the 2010 FIFA football World Cup t
The CEO of the 2010 FIFA World Cup Organizing Committee South Africa, Dr. Danny Jordaan, said the Final Draw held in Cape Town tonight delivered on the promise of a world-class event.
CAPE TOWN, South Africa — South African soccer and tourism officials are warning hotels, airlines and restaurants not to hike prices during next year's World Cup.
South African Minister of Tourism, Marthinus van Schalkwyk, said today that infrastucture developments are on track and the country is ready to host the World Cup next summer.
Zimbabwe is seeking to boost its tourism trade after several years of decline and wants to attract sports fans traveling to neighboring South Africa for next year's World Cup.