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Tag Archives: Articles April 2019

KwaZulu-Natal Tourism Routes

KwaZulu-Natal Tourism Routes

South Africa’s KwaZulu-Natal (KZN) province has a rich heritage of history, culture, crafts and endemic fauna and flora. In this article, Tourism Tattler explores the province’s well-planned tourism routes and provides links for more information on each route. Much of the ...

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Touareg Sabbatical Winner Announced

Volkswagen Touareg Sabbatical

Johannesburg, 30 April 2019 – Dr Rufaro Nyamuda has been announced as the successful applicant of the Volkswagen Touareg Sabbatical – an initiative that asked South Africans to share their ideas of how they would put the luxury of time ...

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Unlocking a New Era of Tourism Marketing

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Cape Town, 30 April 2019 – Destination Marketing Organisations (DMOs) are facing similar opportunities and challenges that either inhibit or enable travel to and around the African continent. A cohesive and economically viable approach is necessary to address this, navigating ...

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The 7 C’s of buying a diamond

The diamond is symbolic of eternal love and previously celebrated and known through the ages to increase relationships and inner strength. When it comes to buying these rare and precious stones, habitually, one would keep in mind the 4 Cs: ...

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SA Mint Launches Commemorative Coin Series

SA Mint 2019 SA25 Coin Series

Centurion, South Africa, 25 April 2019 – South Africa’s 25 young years as a constitutional democracy is the subject of the South African Mint Company’s (SA Mint) ‘SA25 – Celebrating South Africa’ coin series, which commemorate the rights and freedoms espoused ...

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Tourvest Ploughs Millions Into Indaba 2019

Martin Wiest, Tourvest CEO at Indaba

Tourvest is investing R5-million into Africa’s Travel Indaba exhibition this year and will bring around 120 staff members to the event, including junior employees, as part of their training and team building. “With all these resources invested in the exhibit, ...

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Animal Interaction Consultations Go Online

Cheetah cub paw in hand

Johannesburg, Tuesday 23 April 2019 – Following ten workshops held over the past two months across the country, the Southern Africa Tourism Services Association (SATSA) is making the content of the Animal Interaction workshop available online for comments and suggestions ...

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How to Protect Intellectual Assets

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There are many kinds of intellectual property. From company names to symbols, logos, original works of art, designs, and much more, intellectual assets are intangible assets that carry great value. In the digital age we live in, intellectual asset theft ...

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Mantis Enters the Serengeti

Port Elizabeth, 16 April 2019 – The Mantis Group has welcomed Siringit Serengeti Camp into its prestigious family, becoming the Groups first experience in the Serengeti. As of 15 April, Mantis will take over the reins on this permanent tented camp ...

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Airline Marks Fleet Renewal Milestones

Dubai, U.A.E., 15 April 2019 – Emirates is committed to offering its customers an unparalleled onboard experience and maintaining the highest standards of safety and efficiency with a modern all wide-body aircraft fleet. Reconfiguration of Boeing 777-200LR fleet In April ...

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Spreading South Africa’s Good News

Filmmaker Shani Kay standing against a South Africa flag and SA INC logo

Spreading South Africa’s good news is at the heart of SA INC., a new 20-part series set to air on local TV channels with the objective of changing the narrative in South Africa to highlight and celebrate the country’s successes and ...

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Marriott Bonvoy Celebrates New Travel Program

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From on-course to on the braai – Marriott Bonvoy celebrates new travel program with special member-only experiences in South Africa. Marriott International is celebrating its newly unveiled travel program Marriott Bonvoy, with thoughtfully curated, member-only experiences in South Africa. Built ...

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Crime in South Africa? What Crime?

Search the internet for just about anything to do with travel to South Africa and a crime story is bound to pop up, even though the story is totally unrelated to travel and tourism. Do these negative reports impact inbound ...

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Off-Road Driving Guide

The following off-road driving guide is provided as an educational resource and is reproduced with acknowledgement to Nissan South Africa. This Off-Road Driving Guide is published in four parts: PART 1: General 4×4 Terminology, Critical Angles and Dimensions, Power Sources, ...

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How To Counter IRS Audit Risks

cartoon of businessman with books and I Love Tax flag

With travel and tourism being a global industry, many international operators have established businesses and bank accounts in the USA to facilitate trade. Likewise, many USA based tourism operators have offshore assets. What are the tax implications? How do you ...

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New Appointment

Cape Town, 5 April 2019-   Rudlyn Barnes-Rossouw Group Human Capital Director BON Hotels BON Hotels has appointed Rudlyn Barnes-Rossouw as Group Human Capital Director to oversee personal and professional development and transformation within the company.  Proud alumnus of The Cape ...

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Rhino Conservation Awards Call for Entries

African Rhino

Nominations for the 8th annual Rhino Conservation Awards have officially opened and are invited from the five rhino range states of Africa. The 2019 Award Nomination Categories are: Best Field RangerBest Conservation PractitionerBest Political, Investigative and Judicial supportBest Rhino Conservation ...

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