Free entry at national parks
Tourism Month is in full swing, with the South African National Park (SANParks) once again opening its doors for free from Monday, 18 September until Friday, 22 September. The initiative is part of the annual South African National Parks Week. The campaign is held under the running theme ‘Know... Read more
Balanced work collaboration & remote working
Emma Luyt, MD for Tétris South Africa says the evolving technology is enabling us to do so much more than ever before and work from just about anywhere. So, you don’t need bricks and mortar to build your company anymore… or do you? It’s the decade of collaboration apps... Read more
SAA to assist customers affected by flight cancellations
South African Airways (SAA) will provide assistance to its customers after it cancelled flights between Johannesburg and Hong Kong due to bad weather. “We have taken a decision to cancel our flights between the two cities due to unfavourable weather in the form of Typhoon Hato,” said SAA spokesperson,... Read more
Cost of data services comes under spotlight
The Competition Commission will conduct a market inquiry into data services in South Africa which will include all the relevant players who contribute to or influence prices of data services in South Africa. The commission says that the purpose of a market inquiry is to examine the features or... Read more
Finland CEO joins ranks of top international women
As Women’s Day – and month –  both celebrate and highlight the role of exceptional women across South Africa, Finfind is proud to announce that the organisation’s CEO – Darlene Menzies from Kwa-Zulu Natal  –  has been selected by CoCreateSA as one of the top 50 inspiring women in... Read more
TransCape ‘It’s Time’ campaign launched
Billed as a special journey, the TransCape mountain bike race has positioned itself as one of the most iconic adventures on the South African cycling calendar in a new promotional video. Taking place from Knysna to Franschhoek in the Western Cape, the seven-day, 614km route delivers a hard-core mountain... Read more
Sign language on its way to becoming official
The Pan South African Language Board (PanSALB) has welcomed steps taken by the Constitutional Review Committee of Parliament to finally recommend that South African Sign Language (SASL) be given official status. The committee is recommending that section 6 (1) and (5) (a) be amended to include SASL as an... Read more
SA, DRC to sign visa waiver agreement
Home Affairs Minister Hlengiwe Mkhize will on Monday sign a visa waiver agreement with the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Interior and Security of the Democratic Republic of Congo, Emmanuel Ramazani Shadari. South Africa and the Democratic Republic of Congo maintain good diplomatic and political relations. The highest... Read more
SAA changes flights to Libreville
South African Airways (SAA) on Wednesday advised its customers of time changes on its Johannesburg to Libreville route due to runway upgrades. Libreville is the largest city in Gabon and is the country’s capital. “These changes are as a result of the upgrade work being undertaken on the airport... Read more
Reunion Island: Tropical paradise; adventurer’s dream
Seemingly hidden within the currents of the Indian Ocean is a little tropical gem which calls to the heart of every traveller looking for the ultimate experience. With far reaching mountainous landscapes and strikingly beautiful terrains, Reunion Island holds captive a pristine historical charm, luring those looking for the... Read more