Wine and food tourism experts talk growth
Trends in tourism – visitors seeking experiences – and ways to market South Africa's excellent wine and food tourism industries were unpacked at the...
Here’s where South Africans can travel without a visa
South Africa has the most powerful passport on the African continent, with its citizens able to enter a full 90 countries across the world...
Gallery: South Africa’s roots lie in Western Cape
Mention the Western Cape, and people immediately think of Table Mountain, V & A Waterfront and Stellenbosch. But the province is more than Cape...
Gallery: Eastern Cape, a place of natural wonders
Cross the border into the Eastern Cape, whether along the N6 or N2, and an overwhelming calm takes over. Its green hills, dense forests...
Gallery: Lindfield Victorian House Museum
The Lindfield Victorian House Museum is a time capsule of the Victorian and Edwardian periods, in the heart of leafy Johannesburg. It has received...
Google Maps launches the Mzansi Experience
Across the globe, people can now explore the beauty of South Africa virtually through Google Maps. From the views from atop Table Mountain to animals grazing in the Kruger National Park, South Africa's natural wonders are on display for all the world to appreciate.
South African tourism shines at World Travel Market
The Department of Tourism, Brand South Africa and other partners in the South African tourism industry attended the 36th World Travel Market in London. Minister Derek Hanekom spoke at the event, detailing the highlights of the country's tourism and future plans for the industry.
Overview of new revisions to South Africa’s amended visa regulations
South Africa has announced amendments to the recently implemented visa regulations for travellers into and out of South Africa. The changes have been largely welcomed by the tourism industry and South Africans travellers alike. The changes will be implemented from November 2015.
Mine-free Mozambique means economic growth
After more than two decades of work, Mozambique is now clear of landmines - freeing up valuable agricultural land, opening up tourism and infrastructure development, and ensuring the safety of rural communities.
South Africa invests R100m in tourism
Tourism Month was launched in Limpopo, where Tourism Minister Derek Hanekom announced that R100-million had been invested in the sector. He encouraged all South Africans to become proud ambassadors through travel, which will engender a sense of pride and belonging.