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According to the findings of the global Tourism Sentiment Index (TSI), a travel data intelligence solution created by the destination marketing agency Destination Think, five destinations in South Africa are among the "Leading Places: The 100 Most Loved Destin… read more
Since the declaration of the state of disaster and the restriction on travel, PRASA had to cease all commuter rail operations. Considering that PRASA operates an open network that is not adequately fenced in, the lines were exposed and became victims of wholesale theft and vandalism.
Despite the easing of the travel restrictions, the … read more
The Mother City saw an increase in visitors with Cape Town International Airport reporting recovery of 66% for domestic arrivals and 29% for international when compared to December 2019. Across the board, tourism figures looked brighter for ‘Dezemba’, despite ongoing travel bans and the discovery of Omicron.
Alderman James Vos, Mayo… read more
The Prime Minister of Cabo Verde Ulisses Correia e Silva has launched in São Lourenço dos Órgãos, the Operational Tourism Program (POT) as an accelerator of growth and a boost to employment and as a transforming and reliable sector in the resumption of tourist flow.
As a strategic part of the executive’s program for tourism, the POT is bas… read more
The Western Cape Government is concerned with the decline in international passenger numbers recorded at Cape Town International Airport since December 2019, before the COVID-19 pandemic began.
While domestic tourism increased notably between 2020 and 2021, providing a very welcomed relief for the tourism and hospitality sector in t… read more
Emirates won’t be flying out of South Africa until at least 1 February, according to a recent notice sent to travel trade partners.
South Africans looking to fly with Emirates will have to wait a while longer, after the Dubai-based airline extended its suspension of flights out of Johannesburg on Sunday. This is the fourth extension… read more
Namibian privately-owned airline FlyNamibia, previously known as FlyWestair, is set to increase flights to Cape Town in … read more
Although many major tourism source markets around the world have begun to ease travel restrictions imposed on South Africa due to the emergence of the Omicron variant, the current cruise season is all but lost.
Cape Town, South Africa’s primary cruise port for international cruises and homeporting cruise lines, is now looking to the future… read more
Authorities in Mali have given airlines operating in the country just 72 hours to decide if they want to keep their slots. The demand comes following the increase in political tensions in West Africa over the last week.
The Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) last week had hit Mali with economi… read more
The Goodwood community came to the aid of Metrorail Security and successfully apprehended a cable theft suspect. At 10:41 am on 6 January, PRASA Security Personnel driving along the N1 from Belville to Cape Town opposite Monte Vista, noticed a suspect pulling electrical cables next to an informal settlement.
The Security team… read more