There has been an increase of almost 300% in interest for domestic flights and travel in South Africa…but prices for such trips have also increased.
Cape Town’s iconic Protea Victoria Junction Hotel is the latest casualty of COVID-19’s impact on the local tourism sector.
Some South Africans believe that Robben Island could be the ultimate ‘party destination’ like Ibiza, Monaco… or even Dubai.
With national landmarks such as Table Mountain, Scrabble South Africa is a physical representation of the phrase ‘Local is Lekker’!
The Kruger National Park is set to get an additional entry gate, with accompanying activity hub, next year.
Various South Africans are being celebrated in a new visual art book “encapsulating South African culture of greatness”.
From Biltong, Koo baked beans and Ultra Mel custard, here’s what South Africans consider ‘quintessentially South African’.
It was recently agreed upon that a joint team of scientists would advise the South African and British governments to get South Africa off the red list.
The Nelson Mandela House Museum has been saved from liquidators, thanks to the Department of Arts, Sports and Culture’s plea to negotiate with debtors.
Germany’s decision to remove South Africa from its red list of Covid-19 “high-risk” countries welcomed. SA is however still on UK’s red list.
A recent review by the New World Wealth found Johannesburg the wealthiest city in Africa. Cape Town ranked the second richest city.
The development of South Africa’s first new ‘smart city’ since 1994 is still in its research phase which will be finalised in 2022.
Emirates Airlines is making a strong comeback in South Africa with the resumption of scheduled flights to three cities, as well as an enhanced partnership with independently owned Airlink.
South Africans armed with brooms took to the streets to clean up the devastation of the aftermath caused by the violent looting and protests.
The absence of UK tourists is impacting the tourism sector hampering conservation efforts throughout Southern Africa.
Some 12000 cases of wine from South African estates including Allee Bleue and Elgin Vintners to go under the hammer.
Concerns about major delays with the development of Mkuze Airport have been raised following an oversight visit to the site this week.
The cold front which is passing over South Africa has brought with it impressive snowfall in various parts of the country.
Pent-up demand for travel to South Africa is increasing in Europe following vaccination rollouts and the easing of travel restrictions.
From getting recognition at the Annie Awards to the British Academy Film Awards, here are African content making waves internationally.
A new South African concept, GreenFlag, that lets businesses test air quality to ensure Covid-19 safety is set to take the world by storm.
Just three months ago, the prospect of celebrating September as tourism month was dismal, but for domestic travel to save the sector, packages need to be better marketed towards local travellers.
Adding its weight to the call for lifting existing restrictions urgently to save South Africa’s economy is the tourism sector, which was among the first and hardest hit by the lockdown measures instituted in the State of Disaster.
South Africa’s tourism sector is believed to be low risk enough for borders to reopen with WTTC-endorsed health and hygiene safety protocols.
Free access to South African National Parks (SANParks) is back and this year visitors will be able to enter any of the parks that fall under the SANParks umbrella at no cost.