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Table Mountain Cableway welcomes 28-millionth visitor

"As custodians of Table Mountain we want to inspire local travel and encourage all visitors, especially locals looking to visit the mountain for the first time, to allow themselves to be captivated and mesmerized by this city and its attractions."

2 days ago

Artists announced for 2019 Baz-Art IPAF

Non-profit organisation Baz-Art has announced the lineup for the 2019 International Public Art Festival (IPAF), which will be held in Salt River, Cape Town from 9-17 February 2019...

2 days ago

ClickClickGo, drive and stay!

South African travel brand, ClickClickGo is expanding their offering with the addition of accommodation and car rental to their booking portal...

Issued by Realm Digital 3 days ago

We ain't no first world wannabe: Making our mark as a developing city

Leigh Dawber shares her five top insights on how we are making our mark on the global stage...

By Leigh Dawber 14 Jan 2019

Cape Town Airport international passenger numbers grow by 9.6%

Cape Town International Airport has recorded 2.6 million international arrivals for 2018...

14 Jan 2019

Africa's travel and tourism top 2018 highlights

Africa's travel and tourism industry continued to record impressive growth in the past year. The continent hit a 63 million high in international tourist arrivals in 2017, as compared to 58 million in 2016...

By Josephine Wawira 14 Jan 2019

Businesses think they're on top of carbon risk, but tourism destinations have barely a clue

Tourism is a huge contributor to emissions, accounting for 8% of emissions worldwide and climbing as tourism grows faster than the economies it contributes to...

By Susanne Becken 8 Jan 2019

Tanzania targets Chinese tourist market

Tanzania is now targeting China as a new and an upcoming lucrative tourist market source in South East Asia after the traditional tourist market sources of Europe, North America and South Africa...

By Apolinari Tairo 4 Jan 2019

Confronting world tourism's changing economic times

The New Year means that the worldwide travel industry will have to work hard to change perceptions, some of which are unfair. It also provides the additional challenge that in an industry based on expendable income our customers' moods often fluctuate with economic news...

By Peter E. Tarlow 3 Jan 2019

Growth of African tourism as industry remains resilient

The United Nations World Tourism Organisation's Zurab Pololikashvili shares his insights with Josephine Wawira on the growth of Africa's tourism sector...

By Josephine Wawira 31 Dec 2018

UNWTO, the European Travel Commission launch new health tourism report

Health tourism is an emerging, global, complex and rapidly changing segment that needs to be better understood by destinations...

28 Dec 2018

SA tourism shows steady growth in 2018

The latest analysis of South Africa's tourism performance in 2018 shows a slight growth during the period January to October when compared with the same period last year...

20 Dec 2018

Why cultivating agritourism in Africa is important

Food security, its opportunities and challenges were the main premise surrounding the recent Agritourism Africa Congress which recently took place in Bolzano, Italy...

19 Dec 2018

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