Alan Vels, Signature Hospitality Ltd
The Johannesburg Tourism Company has been celebrating ahead of this summer’s FIFA World Cup, with the launch of a new advertising campaign – Jo’burg Rocks – at Indaba. Designed to maximise the City of Gold’s exposure to the millions of guests expected in South Africa, the campaign runs under the slogan: “From Full Time to Party Time”.
South Africa Tourism has this morning launched the new Inanda Trail at the annual Indaba travel trade show in Durban. The location is perhaps best known as the home of Mahatma Gandhi during the early 20th century, as well as being the birthplace of ANC founder John Dube.
A football themed Indaba travel show has begun in Durban, as South Africa prepares to bring the FIFA World Cup to Africa for the first time. The event was opened by president Jacob Zuma, with upward of 12,000 visitors now expected over the next four days.
Indaba 2010 kicks of over the weekend, with over 2,000 exhibitors expected in Durban for the event. Considered the primary trade event in Africa, Indaba is set to attract over 10,000 delegates during its four day run, with host Durban missing no opportunities when its comes to promoting its offering.
Make sure you book early for INDABA 2010, the biggest and most exciting INDABA ever!
Lindiwe Mahlangu, CEO, Johannesburg Tourism Company, talks to Breaking Travel News at INDABA South Africa Travel Trade Show 2009.
Mvuzo Mbebe, Group Executive, SABC, talks to Breaking Travel News at INDABA South Africa Travel Trade Show 2009.
Sibongile Mazibuko, Executive Director 2010, City of Johannesburg, talks to Breaking Travel News at INDABA South Africa Travel Trade show 2009.
Manuela Pallamar, Legend Lodges, talks to Breaking Travel News at Indaba 2008.
Overlooking the largest natural lagoon in Africa, The Arabella Western Cape Hotel & Spa is placed in the lap of a coastal amphitheatre of seductive beauty on the 112-hectare Arabella Country Estate. One of the most acclaimed luxury resorts that South Africa offers, every aspect of our five-star hospitality is thoughtfully conceived to make your time away feel relaxed and unhurried.
A representative from Shamwari Game Reserve speaks to BTN at Indaba 2008.