The world is mourning following the death of Nelson Mandela, who passed away on 5 December 2013
MPUMALANGA TOURISM AND PARKS AGENCY BURSARY AWARDS FOR 2014 ACADEMIC YEAR
The Mpumalanga Tourism and Parks Agency (MTPA) invites all students studying or intending to study at recognised tertiary institutions for the following Field of Studies in the 2014 academic year:
Thomas Cook event gives destination South Africa huge exposure
Johannesburg is the host destination for one of the world’s leading leisure travel groups,Thomas Cook’s annual Press Conference and Catalogue Presentation.
Tourism well on its way to achieving its NTSS goals
“The South African tourism sector is well on its way in achieving its goal of becoming one of the top 20 destinations in the world by 2020 as set out in the National Tourism Sector Strategy and the Domestic Tourism Growth Strategy (NTSS),” said the Minister of Tourism, Marthinus van Schalkwyk, at the World Tourism Day celebrations held at Matlosana, Klerksdorp in the North West province.
ITS A NEW ERA FOR DOMESTIC TOURISM IN SOUTH AFRICA
Tourism Month 2013 launches with the focus firmly on fun, easy, affordable breaks
Mpumalanga's Tourism Month Programme
September is Tourism Month and to honour this distinction, the Mpumalanga Tourism and Parks Agency (MTPA) has lined up a series of events and activities poised towards promoting Mpumalanga as a destination of choice.
Tariff revision for Ehlanzeni Region
NTWANANO TOURS AND TRAVEL SHINES AS THE EMERGENING TOURISM ENTERPRENEUR
A local tour operator in White River, Ntwanano Tours and Travel was chosen as the Mpumalanga finalist of the prestigious 2012/2013 Emerging Tourism Entrepreneur of the Year Award (ETEYA). The results were recently announced at the Tourism Enterprise Partnership workshop held during the Tourism Indaba in Durban. This was after a rigorous judging process in which eight other provincial finalists were chosen.
Lilizela Tourism Awards: a New Way to Reward Tourism Excellence
Setting the standard for global excellence. Rewarding those who strive for perfection. Spurring arrivals growth and destination competitiveness
Tourism Minister Announces Plans To Transform INDABA and Grow Tourism
Minister of Tourism Marthinus van Schalkwyk announced plans to grow and expand INDABA into a pan-African trade platform at the opening ceremony of INDABA 2013.
INDABA 2013 Opening Ceremony - Speech by National Tourism Minister, Mr Marthinus van Schalkwyk
Welcome to the 2013 Tourism Indaba!
South Africa’s Top Nine Emerging Tourism Entrepreneurs Named
SA Tourism and its ETEYA partner, TEP, heartily congratulate the national finalists from each province
ANNUAL APRIL WINE SHOW FEVER
Lowveld wine lovers can look forward to another bumper wine show when the FNB Mpumalanga Wine Show returns to Ingwenyama in White River on 26 and 27 April 2013. As more than 1 200 visitors in 2012 experienced, the wine show is designed to delight wine enthusiasts with the latest vintages, matured favourites and new wine accessories and gadgets on the market.
Heritage and Culture a major focus of exciting INDABA 2013
Last year’s INDABA theme of “Shaping our Future Together” – which paid tribute to the joint efforts of South Africa’s tourism industry and its global partners in achieving the phenomenal growth in recent years – will again be the theme at INDABA 2013.
Team SA – Taking Business Events To The Next Level
t’s been a year since the South African National Convention Bureau started operations. During that time much has been achieved. The South African National Convention Bureau (SANCB) has been putting in place key elements necessary to grow the business events industry in South Africa since its launch about a year ago.