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Aquila Translocates Rogue Hippo

Cape Town, 31 May 2018 – In a dramatic game capture operation today, personnel from Aquila Private Game Reserve successfully captured a rogue male hippopotamus, whereafter he was translocated. Unbeknown to guests at Aquila over the last while, the conservation teams had ...

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Plea to Stop Mass Hippo Culling in Zambia

In a shocking and secretive move, Zambian authorities have overturned their 2016 decision to suspend the brutal culling of up to 2,000 hippos in the world-famous Luangwa Valley over the next five years. The cull is once again being promoted ...

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More Asia Miles and Better Rewards on Cathay Pacific

Enhancing customer experiences through changes to the Asia Miles rewards programme. Cathay Pacific Group customers will earn more Asia Miles on the vast majority of their flights and have more access to redemption bookings following changes to Asia Miles, the ...

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New Appointments at BON Hotels

Dawie de la Guerre: Group Financial Director Dawie de la Guerre has been promoted to Group Financial Director at BON Hotels. He will oversee the entire financial management function of the Group to ensure compliance with all company policies and ...

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The Capital Launches Business Resort

The Capital On The Park answers Sandton’s call for a refreshing new venue built for meeting, eating, drinking, playing and staying, all under one roof. The Capital On The Park, the new half-billion rand business resort in the heart of ...

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Avani Maseru Hotel Opens After R25 Million Revamp

AVANI Maseru Hotel in Lesotho has opened its doors after an extensive R25 million rejuvenation that included a refurbishment of all 105 hotel rooms, the hotel’s water supply and reticulation, public areas and restaurant. Completed in just six months, the ...

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Silver Creek Distillery Launches Craft Gin

Razzle-dazzle Craft Gin exudes the raciness of 1920’s Prohibition Era. Hold onto your hats ladies and of course, gentlemen too! First came Southern Moonshine. Now, South Africa’s one-of-a-kind Silver Creek Craft Distillery brings you two brand-spanking-new gins made in the same ...

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BON Hotels Links Nigerea Tourism Circuits

BON Hotels’ growth in Nigeria has been prodigious and continues to flourish with the more recent acquisitions of 11 additional hotels in the region bringing their portfolio in West Africa up to 25 hotels across 14 cities and in so ...

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A guide to sustainable events

A guide to sustainable events With the continued and ever-increasing focus on the environment and the demand for sustainability around the world, green event and conference planning has become an established trend within the global tourism and convention industry. Conferences ...

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South Africa’s Next Hotel Mogul Wins Ithala Award

Johannesburg, 15 May 2018 – Phumlani Ngwenya, a businessman from Pongola, and overall winner of the Ithala 2018 Business Achievers Awards plans to be South Africa’s next Sol Kerzner. He owns a guest house and two hotels – Crocodile Creek, Magudu Inn ...

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Camping Essentials for a New Location

Camping at some remote location, away from the hustle and bustle of the big city, is something everyone needs to have in their life on a regular basis. It’s easier than ever to get the job done today as well, ...

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Attend an Exciting Avery Ranch Golf Tournament

Avery Ranch Golf Club’s season of local golf tournaments is fast approaching, so if you’re traveling near Austin, Texas, you’ll have the opportunity to attend various events at a wonderful destination amidst the heart of Texas Hill Country. Upcoming Events ...

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Trading as a Means to Travel: How the Right Investments Could Help Your Travel Fund

In 2017, the average monthly salary in South Africa was R14,255 according to BankservAfrica’s disposable salaries index (BDSI). Due to higher rates of inflation, take-home pay was down 1.3% on the previous year, which is certainly not good news for ...

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Cuba to Host Gourmet Seminar

The 8th Excelencias Gourmet International Gastronomic Seminar is set to captivate the boldest professionals from 4-6 June 2018 at El Laguito’s Protocol Hall in Havana, Cuba. This time around, the seminar is dedicated to tapas and cocktails, in line with the ...

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Record Tourist Numbers Visit Victoria Falls

Zimbabwe, 09 May 2018 – Tourists are once again flocking to Zimbabwe, with the country’s top resort town of Victoria Falls enjoying record numbers, and healthy forward bookings indicating the boom is set to continue, a leading tourism industry figure says. ...

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South African Tourism Stands Out at Africa’s Travel Indaba

Durban, 09 May 2018 – The South African Tourism stand is certainly catching the eye of delegates at Africa’s Travel Indaba with it’s unique and engaging design. The brains trust behind the design was an all-female team from Designersink, a ...

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Meet The GoVacation Africa Team

Durban, 9 May 2018 – Since its launch in May 2017, GoVacation Africa has grown from 50 employees in Johannesburg and Cape Town to over 100 employees in 7 more African cities, namely Arusha, Nairobi, Mombasa, Stone Town, Kampala, Windhoek, ...

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Five Best Dive Locations in Mozambique

The islands scattered across Mozambique’s coastline are a welcome glimpse of paradise for every traveller. Equally as breath-taking as these stunning ocean views are the extraordinary sights that lie just below the surface. Mozambique is renowned for its marine life ...

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Finding the Best Golf Packages at VIP Golf Austin

If you’re interested in finding golf packages in and around the Austin, Texas, area, then VIP Golf Austin is a great choice. This free golf service offers several different packages—all of them very affordable. Each package offers different benefits, but ...

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Enjoy African Food in the UK – Here’s How!

It is so important that as many people as possible experience the wonderfully vast and diverse cultures that African nations have to offer. For many, though, it’s simply not possible. When Brits talk about eating foreign foods, they go straight to Italian, ...

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The big “Little 5”

The big “Little 5” Treasures of the Namib desert Namibia – the meeting place of extreme landscapes on Africa’s West Coast – on one side the Namib Desert, the oldest desert in the world, and on the other side a ...

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