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Vodacom Durban July Weekend Set To Boost The Local Tourism Sector

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The Vodacom Durban July, a prestigious annual event on Durban’s entertainment calendar, promises to be even better this year and inject approximately R1 billion into the KwaZulu-Natal economy. The City is expecting more than 2 million visitors to Durban, which will see the hotel occupancy rate averaging at 85 percent. …

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Durban retains Indaba for 2017!

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South African Tourism announces the future of Indaba and Meetings Africa. South African Tourism owns and manages two trade show exhibitions, Indaba and Meetings Africa. The objective for both platforms is to create market access and business growth for African tourism products and services. A Rapid Review on Indaba conducted …

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Indaba 2016: Women in Tourism

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The Deputy Minister of Tourism, Tokozile Xasa, hosted the highly successful Women in Tourism initiative at Indaba on Sunday. This annual event is fast becoming a sought after event to attend at this acclaimed Pan African Trade show. The establishment of the Women in Tourism (WiT) forum is aimed at …

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KZN’s dream of having its own cable way moves closer to reality

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KwaZulu-Natal’s dream of having its own state of the art cable way will move an inch closer to being realised when the province hosts an international conference and exhibition on the Drakensberg Cable Car project in April. The conference, which will be attended by cable car and tourism authorities from …

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Ladysmith Black Mambazo to take Durban to the world

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The City of Durban signed a partnership with multi Grammy Award winning Acapella group, Ladysmith Black Mambazo, today, 15 December 2015 at Clermont. The signing took place at Joseph Shabalala’s home which will soon be converted into a museum as part of honouring him as a founder of the group. …

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