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Families are still required to carry unabridged birth certificates

Despite a recent announcement by the Department of Home Affairs that their modernisation drive would eliminate the need for unabridged birth certificates, parents travelling with children are still required to carry one...

5 hours ago

5 adventure activities along the Garden Route

Are you planning a road trip to South Africa's Garden Route and wondering what you can get up to while you're there? From Mossel Bay to the Storms River, the Garden Route is full of adventure.

By Tatum-Lee Louw 7 hours ago

#Mandela100: SA tourism honours Mandela centenary, promotes local travel

To honour Nelson Mandela's centenary, the South Africa travel and tourism industry will place its focus on boosting local tourism...

9 hours ago

Henley Passport Index: African countries introduce reciprocal measures to improve SA passport strength

Ethiopia, in particular, is easing entry requirements for foreign investors and privatising a number of key state-owned enterprises after years of a strong nationalist agenda...

1 day ago

How sporting events benefit the African continent

We chat with Tim Smith, managing partner at HVS Consulting to find out more about how sporting events like the 2018 FIFA World Cup has benefited the African continent and its tourism industry...

By Robin Fredericks 13 Jul 2018

Africa's travel growth exceeds expectations

"Developing our relationships with other African nations will allow us to capitalise on tourism growth across the continent."

By Enver Duminy 12 Jul 2018

What to expect at the Getaway Show 2018

The 2018 edition of the Getaway Show will be held at the Ticketpro Dome in Johannesburg from 14-16 September 2018.

11 Jul 2018

6 SA travel agents selected for Contiki's Rock Around the World

"Joining Rock Around the World gives these consultants an opportunity to learn first-hand about Contiki product and meet like-minded consultants to learn from."

10 Jul 2018

A South African's guide to moving to and making it in Malta: A table of economies

July's 30 degree-plus temperatures and long sunny days mark the advent of the Mediterranean summer season and herald the arrival of Malta's 2.3 million tourists...

By Marcus 'The Maltese Falcon' Brewster 6 Jul 2018

When you should (or shouldn't) bother with travel insurance

Many people prefer not to ruin the glow of holiday preparations with thoughts of accidents, illness and missed flights. But is foregoing travel insurance worth the risk?...

Issued by SA Airlines 6 Jul 2018

Hands on: Facebook Local is the best travel app you won't want to download

Facebook Local is the social network's latest app feeding from its plethora of information that lets you search for things to do in your vicinity...

By Andy Walker 5 Jul 2018

Natural Selection opens first safari camps in Namibia

Situated in the rugged and remote northwestern region, both camps opened in June 2018 and offer safari goers an in-depth experience far from the normal tourist track.

4 Jul 2018

Airbnb Experiences a new stream of revenue in Johannesburg

Airbnb's Experiences launch in Johannesburg offers the city and its people a chance to become part of the local economy...

4 Jul 2018

THINC Africa 2018 a boost in African tourism

"There's a consistently negative stigma around travelling in Africa which has been snowballing for years. We need to position ourselves correctly and draw attention to the positive experiences that can be had here."

3 Jul 2018

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