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Language Skills & Tourism

Tourism is the only sector that can alleviate the challenges of unemployment, but South Africans must learn as many international languages as possible, and that starts at school level. By Unathi Henama. I have noted before that tourism is the ...

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Top 6 Hospitality Degree Programmes

The hospitality industry is increasingly being pursued by job seekers due to the numerous opportunities presented by hotels, restaurants, resorts, casinos and theme parks among other related institutions. This article provides a brief summary of the most rewarding Hospitality Degree Programmes to improve your chances ...

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Strange but True facts on just about Everything

Share your knowledge – if you have a Strange but True fact on anything related to Africa, simply email editor@tourismtattler.com and we’ll add it to the list. Absinthe is another name for the herb wormwood (Artemisia absinthium) and the name of ...

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Educators Debate Challenges in Africa

The Private Hotel School’s Dr. Deborah Johnson recently participated in the 32nd annual EuroCHRIE (International Council for Tourism and Hospitality Educators) conference held in Dubai and hosted by The Emirates Academy of Hospitality Management. By Tourism Tattler contributor, Charlene Nieuwoudt. ...

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Inflections in English

The rise of the information age has made the need for writing clear, concise English more important than ever, particularly in the travel industry. This first part in a series of monthly articles, extracted from DailyWritingTips.com, is about that − ...

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