Friday, 14 December 2018

Tourism News

  • Cape Town Air Access welcomes V&A Waterfront as private sector supporter13 December 2018, 2:02 pm
    The V&A Waterfront has joined Cape Town Air Access - a partnership between the City of Cape Town, Western Cape Government, Wesgro, Cape Town Tourism, South African Tourism and Airports Company South Africa - as a private sector supporter. The Waterfront joins Naspers, Investec, Leeu Collection, Oceana Group and Tsogo Sun as private sector partners on this collaborative project.V&A Waterfro...
  • The CTICC exceeds its revenue growth by over 14% in 201813 December 2018, 11:30 am
    The CTICC has revealed its 2017/18 Annual Financial Results, which reflects a record break in revenues and operating profits, with contributions of R4.5bn to the South African national GDP and R3.1bn to the GGP of the Western Cape.Read more... | Send to a friend
  • Amadeus, SA tourism industry partner to strengthen inclusive transformation13 December 2018, 10:32 am
    Stakeholders within the South African travel and tourism sector have partnered with Amadeus IT Group and South Africa's Department of Tourism to develop a technology-driven programme focused on strengthening and transforming the public-private sector. Led by its obligation in South Africa's National Industrial Participation Programme, which is managed by the Department of Trade and Industry, Amade...
  • Spruce up your festive Stellenbosch stay with the Spier Light Art Festival13 December 2018, 9:13 am
    With the spongy green grass of Spier farm beneath our toes and a veritable picnic feast warming our bellies, we couldn't tell if they were shivers of cold from the light breeze rustling through the trees or fear from the otherworldly feathered beings of Stravinsky's Firebird ballet and ghostly lights in the bamboo forest and haunting operatic voices from the Spier Light Art Festival.Read more... |...
  • The soft silence of Tokyo12 December 2018, 12:00 pm
    All images © [[ Damon's Brain]].</span>Imagine you are in a city of close to 15 million people. You are walking down a large street. It is a lot like 5th Avenue in New York. For a couple of seconds, you are happily staring at one of the beautiful window displays. You turn around and your child is gone.Read more... | Send to a friend

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