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29 SepWTTC report reveals road to recovery


The public and private sectors need to work together to recover the millions of jobs that have been impacted, rebuild traveller…

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28 SepClosed borders hammer impoverished communities


Every day that South Africa keeps its borders closed, albeit partially, the effects are felt by communities dependent on tourism for…

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28 Sep‘Quarantine would destroy Mauritius tourism’


While Mauritius has announced that its borders will be open to Mauritian nationals, residents and long-stay tourists from October 1, a…

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28 SepTourism Recovery Tracker launched


UNWTO has launched a new Tourism Recovery Tracker to support global tourism, as growing numbers of countries around the world ease…

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28 SepEmirates starts its Southern Africa comeback


Emirates has announced the resumption of flights to Johannesburg and Cape Town from October 1 and to Durban from October 4….

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28 SepAir Namibia in government bailout talks


Air Namibia has said it is negotiating a state bailout after it reportedly requires USD11.6 million to restart the airline due…

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23 SepFive key enablers identified for tourism recovery


Tourism stakeholders should prioritise strong private-public partnerships and speak with a unified voice if South Africa is going to reignite the…

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23 SepCOVID clause the future for T&Cs?


The African Travel & Tourism Association (ATTA) has released the results of its recent survey, ‘Addressing the Future of Terms & Conditions’,…

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23 SepSeychelles streamlines arrivals


Seychelles has gone live with Travizory technology to facilitate the collection and analysis of traveller documentation to ensure the reopening of…

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23 Sep‘Adapt to changed consumer expectations in a post-COVID world’


Changed consumer behaviour and new expectations will need to be taken into account when delivering quality customer experience in a post-COVID…

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