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Deepening engagement with key stakeholders in Chennai, South African Tourism – backed by a high-profile diplomatic delegation – visited the city from September 21 to 23. The tourism board was accompanied by the High Commissioner of South Africa to India H.E. Joel Sibusiso Ndebele, Consul-General Andrea Kühn and the Consul-General of South Africa in India, […]Continue Reading
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South African Tourism announced the launch of an exclusive India airfare campaign in partnership with Air Seychelles. The campaign will run for a month between 25th July to 25th August 2022, offering return tickets on the Mumbai to Johannesburg route for INR 38,148 only. Travel will be valid between 25th July 2022 to 31st January […]Continue Reading
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At the recently held Africa’s Travel Indaba in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa, Neliswa Nkani, Hub Head, MEISEA, South African Tourism (SAT), said that for 2023, they are targeting 30,000 Indian visitors in spite of the challenges arising from the COVID-19 pandemic. “For 2023, we are targeting 30,000 Indian visitors. I think there is a sense of […]Continue Reading
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Emirates and the South African Tourism have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to jointly promote tourism and boost visitor arrivals and inbound traffic to South Africa from key markets across the Emirates network. The MoU was signed on the side-lines of Arabian Travel Market by Badr Abbas, Emirates’ Senior Vice President Commercial Operations for […]Continue Reading
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Having successfully hosted a 4-city roadshow in India along with experiential consumer, corporate and trade activations, South African Tourism (SAT) has announced yet another high impact association with South Asia’s leading travel show – SATTE 2022. The tourism board will showcase destination South Africa at the 29th edition of the trade show, which will be […]Continue Reading
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Africa’s Travel Indaba officially opened yesterday with a call for the continent to work collaboratively to drive tourism growth, so as to accelerate the sector’s recovery. At the Inkosi Albert Luthuli International Convention Centre, over 634 and 625 buyers took their place at the continent’s premier travel trade show, as it opened its doors after […]Continue Reading
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