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Government urged to ease restrictions to support tourism recovery and boost economy

This year’s September, the Tourism Month, marked the time to ease restrictions to support tourism recovery in the country, said the Western Cape MEC for Finance and Economic Opportunities David Maynier. The...

OPINION: With tourism on its knees, local spat makes no sense

The editor laments, again. A Stadler Street address in Blouberstrand is like a little piece of heaven. Its commanding views of Table Mountain and Robben Island, ever changing vistas, shipping movements, water sports...

Expo to encourage youth to explore tourism careers

Higher Education, Science and Innovation Deputy Minister, Buti Manamela, will on Thursday launch a hybrid Heritage Career Expo for learners interested in pursuing careers in the arts, culture and heritage sectors. The...

Harsher lockdown will decimate Cape business and crush tourism

Imposing harsher Covid-19 lockdown regulations over the Easter weekend will have devastating consequences for the Western Cape’s private sector, particularly the tourism business. Should this happen a tsunami of permanent business...

Tourism recovery plan to be presented to Cabinet soon

When South Africa implemented lockdown restrictions, one of the sectors that was most affected by this was tourism, with businesses remaining shut even when economic activity resumed. When Deputy President David Mabuza...


Case Study: French company solve hose problems transferring delicate fluids

FRANCE based Oril Industrie produces nearly 2 000 tons of active ingredients per year which are used in prescription medication in the fields of cardiology,...


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