As governments around the world begin to ease the handbrake on restrictions, Breaking Travel News takes a fresh look at what it will mean for the travel event space
Africa’s Travel Indaba has been postponed indefinitely in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak spreading around the world. South Africa tourism minister Mmamoloko Kubayi-Ngubane announced the decision earlier.
Visiting Durban for Africa’s Travel Indaba earlier this year, Sapphire Goss here weighs up the environmental impact of tourism and questions whether it can even be beneficial to local communities
As South Africa goes to the polls, incumbent president, Cyril Ramaphosa, is keen to woo the hospitality sector with the promise of a radical overhaul of the national visa regime. Reporting from Africa’s Travel Indaba in Durban for Breaking Travel News, Sapphire Goss assesses what impact it will have on the local market
Indaba is one of the largest tourism marketing events on the African calendar and one of the top three must visit events of its kind on the global calendar. It showcases the widest variety of Southern Africa’s best tourism products and attracts international buyers and media from across the world. Here Eleanor Hawkins visits for Breaking Travel News.
Taking up the role of chief executive with South Africa Tourism in late 2016, Sisa Ntshona is seeking to utilise his experience in the banking sector to inject a new professionalism into the body. Here he talks with Breaking Travel News reporter Eleanor Hawkins at Indaba 2017 to discuss his plans for the future.
Tokozile Xasa, the first female minister of tourism in South Africa was appointed to her post in October last year, having served as deputy minster since 2009. Here she speaks to Eleanor Hawkins about her plans for the developing sector during Indaba 2017, the preeminent trade show for the hospitality community in Africa.