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Cresta Hotels Group Executive, Chipo Mandela said Cresta Grande was formally opened on Thursday April 15, aimed at leisure and business travellers in the four-star market.
The hotel is a 19-storey building in the Cape Town CBD, originally built as an office block in the late 1970s and situated on an historic street that was o… read more
Cape Town Tourism, together with the City of Cape Town, launched its latest official Visitors’ Guide that highlights all the top things to do and see in the Mother City.
The Cape Town Tourism Visitors’ Guide has traditionally been available from Cape Town International Airport and Cape Town Tourism visitor centres. It will now be av… read more
Namibia'sMinistry of Environment, Forestry and Tourism (MET) has finally obtained all necessary approvals to implement the revised Nat… read more
South African privately-owned regional carrier Airlink has announced the temporary suspension of its "Lodge Link System". The lodge service, which provides air shuttle services from Skukuza Airport (SZK) in … read more
SATSA’s Access, Inclusivity and Diversity (AID) Committee, under
the guidance of the SATSA Eastern Cape Chapter Chair, Mandisa Magwaxaza,
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By the peak of the IATA Summer Season, Qatar Airways plans to operate over 1,200 weekly flights to more than 140 destinations. The carrier plans to rebuild its network including 23 in Africa, 14 in the Americas, 43 in Asia-Pacific, 43 in Europe and 19 in Middle East. Many cities will be served with a strong schedule with daily or m… read more
A new tourist organization- Pepper Adventure has been established in Liberia. Speaking in an interview with reporters in Monrovia on Wednesday, Pepper Adventure Country Representative in Liberia Mr. Ambrose N. Wiagbe said the organization will provide services as assistance and information on cultural, historical and contemporary heritage… read more
A rare combination of severe restrictions on international travel and the domestic airline and hospitality sectors trying to recover from lockdown losses have created perfect conditions for South Africans wanting to explore their country. With international tourism practically non-existent and corporate travel reduced to a trickle, for these sec… read more
Airlink, the largest airline in southern Africa, currently serves the Botswana cities of Gaborone and Maun. In the process of rebuilding its network, the airline has opted to intensify its offer in its most promising markets.
From April 2, Airlink will open a route from Johannesburg to Kasane. The private South A… read more
The A321LR is an incredibly capable aircraft, and on Monday, one airline demonstrated just how versatile it can be. While most A321LR operators stick to short and medium-haul routes with the aircraft, TAP Portugal took it on an impressive 10 hour trip across Africa and beyond.
The trend for using smaller aircraft to fly furth… read more