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The International Rhino Foundation (IRF) has awarded emergency grants totalling nearly $150,000 to six wildlife organisations in Southern Africa...

16 Jul 2020

The approval of the business rescue plan must usher in a new era of transparency and accountability at the airline, if SAA is to succeed...

16 Jul 2020

With the gradual ease of restrictions in South Africa, the countries Radisson Hotels are welcoming back guests and conference attendees in line with the South African government's directive...

16 Jul 2020

The Oyster Box was recently named the best hotel in Africa at the 2020 Travel + Leisure World's Best Awards.

15 Jul 2020

We are travelling more, and younger and younger generations are now setting out to see the world and there is an ever-increasing desire by travellers to venture further and further...

15 Jul 2020

Travellers are taking precautions to protect themselves from Covid-19 with 77% saying that they are washing their hands more frequently, 71% avoiding large meetings and 67% having worn a facemask in p

14 Jul 2020

Judge Andre le Grange has ordered insurer Guardrisk to pay out a Cape Town restaurant's business interruption claim to the applicants, Cafe Chameleon...

11 Jul 2020

The 25th edition of the Travel + Leisure World's Best Awards has named Singita Kruger National Park the number one Safari Lodge in Africa as well as number nine in the Top 100 Hotels in the World...

11 Jul 2020

Over 50% of Marriott International properties across South Africa have opened their doors to welcome travellers under the latest national lockdown regulations...

09 Jul 2020

Domestic travel for business purposes is now allowed from all the major airports as well as seven others. Stringent safety measures remain in place though, and you'll need the following documents befo

09 Jul 2020

Sauvignon Blanc South Africa invites producers of this popular cultivar to enter their best wines by Tuesday,18 August 2020 for the annual competition. Late entries will be accepted until Friday, 21 A

09 Jul 2020

As South Africa slowly starts easing travel restrictions within the country during its Covid-19 lockdown, sustainable and safe travel will be one of the ways the local tourism industry will get back o

09 Jul 2020