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Press Review, Tourism

11. April 2016

South Africa's Grootbos Named NATGEO Finalist in the World Legacy Awards

South Africa’s highly-acclaimed Grootbos Private Nature Reserve has been honoured by National Geographic as one of 15 finalists in the esteemed World Legacy Awards. The recognition is for Grootbos'...

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Press Review, Economy, Tourism

11. April 2016

Durban Sets Sights on Becoming Africa's Leading Cruise Destination

Durban served as a massive gateway to trade in the Southern hemisphere and presented ample opportunities for cruise tourism development, said Ndabo Khoza, CEO of TKZN, as the organisation headed off...

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Press Review, Tourism

11. April 2016

West Coast Launches Two New Tourist Routes

The West Coast Way has officially launched two new sightseeing and tourism routes in the Cape West Coast region, aimed at showcasing some of the most beautiful outlying towns and locations on the...

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Press Review, Tourism

11. April 2016

Google Maps Launches "The Mzansi Experience"

Google Maps has launched its Mzansi Experience: Discover South Africa for people across the world to discover the wonders of the country.

"A virtual trip to South Africa awaits you in...

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Topnews, Tourism, Economy, Press

25. January 2016

South African Wine Estates Shine

South Africa's Delaire Graff Estate took the 2016 Global laurels after taking the top spot in both the Art and Culture and Wine Tourism Restaurants categories. Delaire Graff Estate, situated in the...

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Topnews, Economy, Tourism, Press

23. January 2016

Africa's Longest Suspension Bridge a Major Boost for Trade and Tourism

The Maputo-Catembe Bridge Project, set to be completed at the end of 2017, will replace the current ferry system and various fragmented road systems that transport goods and tourists from South...

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Topnews, Press, Economy, Tourism

20. January 2016

More People Visit South Africa over Festive Season

The 2015/16 festive season recorded a 5,3% increase in traveller movement compared to 2014/15, the Minister of Home Affairs, Malusi Gigaba, said recently. "From 1 December 2015 to 7 January...

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