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Jan

Indaba 2012 Exhibitor Briefing

ndaba 2012 Exhibitor BriefingAll Indaba 2012 exhibitors are invited for briefing session to be held by SAT and Witch and Wizard on the 25th January.

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09
Jan

SA popular during December holidays

Cape Town Home Affairs Minister Dr Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma recently announced that South Africa welcomed 3,7m travellers from 1-31 December 2011, an ...

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20
Dec

MTPA Festive Season Closure

MTPA Festive Season Closure.

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15
Dec

Happy Holiday Wishes from MTPA acting CEO Dr Nthabiseng Motete

As the holiday season approaches, we would like to take this opportunity to thank eveyone for their continued support during 2011.

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07
Dec

Sabie Experience

he Sabie Experience pre-ride takes in the three long stages over the weekend of December 15-18, 2011. There will be two groups of riders with back-u...

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07
Dec

Dullstroom Arts Festival

Within three hours of Jo'burg, tucked in among the Steenkampsberg, is a little village best known for its pristine pools well stocked with large tro...

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30
Nov

KNP tightens cross-border access

Visitors who travel through the Kruger National Park (KNP) using its border gates as ports of entry or exit to neighbouring countries such as Mozamb...

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21
Nov

The METRO FM Music Awards

The METRO FM Music Awards invade Mpumalanga from 21st till 27th November. Come join us as we celebrate the 11 METRO FM Music Awards on Saturday26th of...

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10
Nov

WTM 2011: SA marketing efforts slip by British travellers

The marketing efforts of Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa (BRICS) have failed miserably, according to 1 000 British holidaymakers polled ...

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10
Nov

WTM 2011: Ministers call for coalition approach across departments

The social and economic benefits of tourism could be strengthened if governments collaborated more closely with each other and the private sector ov...

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