Much like other successful tourist regions such as Southern California and Western Australia, South Africa’s Western Cape is among the world’s most water-scarce areas.
Marriott Golf, Marriott International’s global golf division, has expanded with its first-ever South Africa-based managed golf resort property.
RwandAir has announced that it is set to launch new routes to Abuja, Nigeria and Cape Town, South Africa, raising its destinations to 26.
Ryanair is due to visit South Africa from February 19 – 21 to recruit local engineers interested in working in Ireland, the UK and across Europe.
A city twinning agreement between NYC & Company and Cape Town Tourism is due to see a co-marketing agreement going live this February, following the initial deal that was signed between both agencies in 2017.
Kenya Airways expects to launch a non-stop, direct flight from Nairobi, Kenya to Cape Town, South Africa on June 06.
Cape Town has proven that it excels in hosting world-class events that attract people from all over the world.
A new integrated tour guiding service on Robben island has been announced by Pascall Taruvinga, chief heritage officer, Robben Island Museum.
It appears to be that younger generations are becoming a growing market for the tourism industry particularly in Cape Town, the Garden Route, and the Eastern Cape, due to the unique experiences the provinces offer.
More than 80 percent respondents of a survey published by the Muslim Travel Shopping Index 2015, agreed that the availability of Halal food options is significant when choosing a holiday destination.