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Impressive array of tourism products awaits at the show for African travel fanatics A treasure chest of small “gems” offering the modern traveller unforgettable African experiences, plus plush luxury establishments that redefine the meaning of five-star travel – that’s just a taste of the variety that’s on offer at this year’s Africa’s Travel Indaba, which will shine a spotlight on the continent’s finest tourism products and services from 8 to 10 May 2018.
The Minister of Tourism, Mr Derek Hanekom, welcomed the announcement by the City of Cape Town that continued water-savings in the province resulted in Day Zero being avoided in 2018.
The event is targeted at fashion forward females seeking inspiration and empowerment in the spheres of fashion, beauty and business.
A total of 90 small businesses or “Hidden Gems” from around South Africa have been selected to receive expert coaching ahead of their sponsored debut at INDABA in Durban in May 2017.
This is how South Africa got geared up to assist all tourists affected by the devastating impact of the Knysna fires during the month of June.
South African Tourism is putting the final touches on an event that will foster closer collaboration and more targeted business interactions than ever before.
INDABA 2017 takes place from 16 to 18 May at the Inkosi Albert Luthuli International Convention Centre in Durban, KwaZulu-Natal.
The improvement and transfer of the programme, which went live on 10 February 2017 will both assist in reducing the cost of grading and streamline the grading processes.
With over 250 wines on show from a variety of regions, visitors will be treated to the treasures from 50 exhibitors.
Regarded as one of the must-visit travel events of its kind, this global event will showcase a wide variety of Africa’s top tourism products, services and talent.
Tourism is a significant economic sector around the world, and it makes a substantial contribution in the developed and developing countries.
CEO Sisa Ntshona writes an open letter on animal interactions in South Africa.