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31 OctSA tourism statistics remain flat


SA tourism stats flat Overseas tourist numbers to South Africa are almost identical to last year’s August numbers, according to the…

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31 OctSA looks to China and Japan to grow arrivals


As South Africa intensifies its efforts to grow arrivals from the Asia Pacific region, Minister of Tourism Mmamoloko Kubayi-Ngubane is scheduled…

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23 OctPassenger market shows modest increase in demand


The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has revealed that global passenger traffic data for August 2019 showing that demand (measured in…

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23 OctNorth America Roadshow to address SA tourism 2030 targets


South African Tourism (SA Tourism) and the Tourism Business Council of South Africa (TBCSA) will visit various cities in North America…

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23 OctAfrica leads international passenger demand


Airlines in Africa are leading the global rise of air passenger traffic according to data from Iata. The association’s global passenger…

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16 OctParliament considers plan to merge SA’s state-funded airlines


Parliament is currently considering a proposal to merge SA’s state-funded airlines, SAA, SA Express and Mango Airlines, in an effort to…

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16 OctAviation Benefits Report launches second edition


The report offers an established view of the socio-economic impacts of aviation alongside the current challenges and future objectives. A new…

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16 OctSouth Africa in top three biodiverse nations


South Africa has been named as one of the most mega-biodiverse nations in the world. The country joins Indonesia and Brazil…

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08 OctPortions of SAA to be sold to private companies


The government has resolved to sell portions of embattled national airline, South African Airways, to private companies, according to Sowetan Live….

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08 OctVirgin eyes CPT


VIRGIN Atlantic intends to fly direct to Cape Town. The airline announced its plans for a vastly expanded route network out…

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