South African Tourism has used the 2017 Tourism Indaba in Durban as a launch pad for its ‘I Do Tourism (IDT)’ campaign. I Do Tourism is an initiative that seeks to remind South Africans of the importance of the tourism industry and the role citizens can play as advocates... Read more
MORE TRAVELLERS around the world are discovering the beauty of Africa, as the continent has experienced an eight percent increase in international tourist arrivals, pushing the number of visitors to 58 million. “More than a billion people now travel around the world every year, and world international tourist arrivals... Read more
THE SUNNY coastal province of KwaZulu-Natal will play host to the Tourism Indaba for the next five years. President Jacob Zuma made the announcement during the opening of the 2017 Tourism Indaba today at the Inkosi Albert Luthuli International Convention Centre. KwaZulu-Natal Premier Willies Mchunu welcomed the news on... Read more
THE ENVIRONMENT, visitor expectations, trends and developments – all these are contributing to dramatic long-term changes in the tourism sector. That’s what Cape Town Tourism will reveal in Durban, KwaZulu-Natal at INDABA 2017. Building onto a multifaceted narrative to be shared by participants at the event, one of the... Read more
KwaZulu-Natal will take centre stage over the next few days as it hosts Tourism Indaba 2017 – a top travel show in the continent. The Tourism Indaba, hosted for the 25th consecutive year, this time at the Inkosi Albert Luthuli International Convention Centre from 16-18 May 2017, will afford... Read more
The 2017 Tourism Indaba, which will be held next week, is expected to showcase South Africa’s products and services in the tourism and hospitality sector. Addressing a post Cabinet briefing in Cape Town on Thursday, Communications Minister Ayanda Dlodlo said President Jacob Zuma will deliver the opening address at... Read more