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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...

Scramble to put SA tourism sector back on its feet

Tourism Minister Mmamoloko Kubayi-Ngubane said her department is working around the clock to recover the tourism sector, as calls to reopen the country’s borders grow louder. Kubayi-Ngubane was briefing Parliament’s select committee...

Direct flights promise tourism boost

Virgin Atlantic Airways has announced that it will be adding a direct flight route between London and Cape Town starting October 2020, and British Airways has said that it will be...

SA Tourism China signs strategic co-operation agreement with Tencent

South Africa’s Minister of Tourism, Hon. Mmamoloko Kubayi-Ngubane witnessed the signing of the strategic co-operation agreement between South African Tourism and Tencent which is a company that owns amongst other things...


Modernised building utilities save money and resources

Water resources are under significant pressure, pushed to the brink by the modernising world, rapid urbanisation, and population growth. Utility management philosophies had not...