June Comments Prize Winner

Article-Comments-FlaskCONGRATULATIONS to Mama Lindi Dlamini of Wozabona Cultural House.

Mama Lindi’s article comment has been chosen as the prize winner for June 2014. Lindi’s prize of a IsoSteel Stainless Steel Flask will be delivered with the compliments of Livingstones Supply CoSuppliers of the Finest Products to the Hospitality Industry. Editor.

Below are a few of the many article comments received on the Tourism Tattler website and Facebook pages during June 2014:


Tsogo Sun Develops Entrepreneurs


Submitted on 2014/06/04 at 11:03 am

Just want to congratulate you for the stunning job you are doing for SME’s in the tourism sector. You are one of the kind. I have started a tourism attraction of note in Orlando East Soweto so your contribution speaks to my heart. With you around the is hope for South Africa.

Mama Lindi Dlamini – Wozabona Cultural House.


Why I Love Kenya


Submitted on 2014/06/13 at 6:57 am

Kenya’s cultural attractions datE back several hundred years in addition to a year-round tropical climate. Great place and I also love it.

Felix – Wal-Mark Africa Safaris


So you want to be a Tour Operator?


Submitted on 2014/06/17 at 12:42 am

I’d like to receive more information on the Tour Operators Course offered in Cape Town. I’d like to start a Tour Operating business once I’ve completed this course. I look forward to your response.

Wilma Jungschlager

Submitted on 2014/06/21 at 1:37 pm | In reply to Wilma Jungschlager.

Hi Wilma. SATSA will be doing a Tour Operator course in Cape Town from 25 – 29 August 2014. Read the article at:

Desmond Langkilde – Tourism Tattler Editor

Article-Comments-July-PrizeWIN: The winning comment posted on the Tattler website during the month of July 2014 will receive a copy of Derek and Beverley Joubert’s coffee table book ‘The African Diaries’ with the compliments of Livingstones Supply CoSuppliers of the Finest Products to the Hospitality Industry.

The Africa Diaries is a powerful first -person account of the Jouberts extraordinary work as wildlife researchers and conservationists. They document their odyssey through passages culled from the pages of their field journals and over 130 stunning full-colour photographs, giving readers a rare insight into their unusual lives in the African bush. An illustrated memoir of life in the bush by Dereck and Beverly Joubert.

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