Archives for October 2011

No crises for Cape Tourism

No crises for Cape Tourism. Cape Town Tourism cautions against alarmist statements about a tourism crisis. “We are in the middle of winter, traditionally a very tough time for the tourism sector in Cape Town.  This is reflected in the low … [Read more...]

Vote for Table Mountain

Pretoria – With less than 14 day to the closing date for entries to be added to the 7 Wonders of the World, Cabinet has urged South Africans to cast their vote for Table Mountain. Table Mountain is one of only two African nominees. … [Read more...]

Investors prefer Cape Town

Cape Town is fast becoming a destination of choice for domestic and foreign investors looking to expand their operations in Africa. Tourism has always been a major drawcard for Cape Town, known internationally as a top leisure destination, … [Read more...]

SA Tourism appoints new CEO

Pretoria - Tourism Minister, Marthinus van Schalkwyk, has announced the appointment of Thulani Nzima as the new Chief Executive Officer of South African Tourism. … [Read more...]

Unfair Consequences of Best Intentions

Astonishingly, 17 years after the end of apartheid, millions of South African Blacks are deprived of the same home ownership rights as Whites, says my friend Leon Louw, director of the country’s Free Market Foundation. They are the … [Read more...]