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South Africa, Tourism

22. September 2011

Gautrain scores punctuality record

The Gautrain service between Rosebank and Hatfield had a punctuality record of 97.8% percent in its first 50 days, the Bombela Concession Company said on Tuesday. This was almost 3% higher than that...

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Topnews, Tourism

15. March 2011

Tourist Ministers issue joint communiqué at tourism fair ITB

Berlin, 11 March 2011. South Africa`s Minister for Tourism, Marthinus van Schalkwyk together with Tourism Ministers from Kenya and Jamaica as well as the Ambassadors of New Zealand, Singapore, Kenya...

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Tourism, Topnews

15. March 2011

ETEYA nominees are introduced at tourism fair ITB

itb eteya 2011

Berlin, 10 March. In the morning a press conference saw a fully packed room with journalists for the Emerging Tourism Entrepreneur of the Year Award (ETEYA), a function that took place within the...

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Embassy, Topnews, Tourism

15. March 2011

South Africa`s Tourist Minister and exhibitors arrive in Berlin for tourism fair ITB

Berlin, 8 March 2011. One day before the opening of the tourism fair in Berlin (ITB) Chargé d`Affaires, Ms Cassandra Mbuyane-Mokone welcomed the Minister for Tourism: Marthinus van Schalkwyk, the...

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Press, Topnews, Tourism

11. March 2011

Unilateral, Discriminatory Taxes on Long Haul Destinations: Joint Communiqué issued by Australia, Kenya, New Zealand, Seychelles, Singapore, South Africa and the Caribbean Tourism Organizations as Representatives of 33 Long Haul Destinations

11 March 2011 – ITB, Berlin, Germany. At the invitation of the Minister of Tourism of the Republic of South Africa, Mr Marthinus van Schalkwyk, tourism ministers and senior officials from...

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Tourism, Press Review, Topnews

14. September 2010

Tourist arrivals continue to grow

Foreign visitors to South Africa increased by more than 350 000 in the first four months of this year compared to the same period in 2009, says Tourism Minister Marthinus van Schalkwyk.
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Press Review, Tourism, South Africa

14. September 2010

Minister by motorbike in Soweto

Tourism Minister Marthinus van Schalkwyk took a tour of Soweto with a difference on Thursday – as a guest of the Soweto Sopranos Bikers Club – to help encourage South Africans to "get out of...

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