News: Africa’s Travel Indaba, Changing the African Narrative through Tourism

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The noteworthiness of tourism to Africa and its economy was again established at the just concluded Africa’s Travel Indaba 2019, held at Inkosi Albert Luthuli Convention Centre in Durban, KwaZulu Natal Province of South Africa from the 2nd May to the 4th May 2019. Africa’s Travel Indaba is considered one of the largest events in the African tourism calendar, bringing […]

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Africa: New dates for Sho’t Left Travel Week announced at Indaba 2019

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The Sho’t Left Travel Week date was announced at Africa’s Travel Indaba 2019, which is held at the Durban International Convention Centre. Held for one week, from September 23 – 29, locals will get a chance to enjoy domestic travel with a range of discounts. Around 199 tourism businesses, including hotels and activity venues, have already registered to partner in […]

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Africa: Indaba 2019 opens with over 1,000 exhibitors

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South African Tourism is hosting the annual tourism marketing event, Africa’s Travel Indaba, at the Inkosi Albert Luthuli Convention Centre in Durban, South Africa, from May 2-4, 2019. The event serves as one of the largest platforms for Africa’s tourism industry to showcase the extensiveness of its products to an international market. Speaking at the inaugural ceremony, Derek Hanekom, Minister, […]

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Tourism: With 1,747 buyers, 1,100 exhibitors from 23 Nations Africa’s Travel Indaba ends on high note

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The significance of tourism to Africa and its economy was once again cemented at this year’s Africa’s Travel Indaba with delegates from 80 countries in attendance. Overall Registrations reached the 7 000 mark, resulting in an increase of 4% from last year’s figures. “Indaba’s goal is to create a platform that allows the world to do business with Africa and […]

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Africa: Department of Tourism Hosts Key Events at Africa’s Travel Indaba

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Africa’s Travel Indaba will take place from 8 to 10 May 2018 at the Inkosi Albert Luthuli International Convention Centre (ICC) in Durban. Themed, “Africa’s Stories, Your Success”, the platform will afford delegates from around the world a chance to acquaint themselves with the 21 exciting travel experiences on offer on the continent, and to engage with a view of […]

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News: 21 African countries showcasing at Africa’s Tourism Indaba

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Tourism businesses from 21 African countries and 12 African tourism authorities have already confirmed their attendance at the largest global travel trade show for the continent, and there is still time to register. “Tourism in Africa is growing – it’s a sunrise sector for many African countries, and this is reflected in the wider range of exhibitors we are seeing […]

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News: Africa’s Travel Indaba will build on Africa’s tourism success

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There are many stories to be told regarding Africa’s tourism industry, and Africa’s Travel Indaba provides an enormous opportunity to further showcase the tremendous economic, social, cultural, environmental and heritage value that the sector can bring to the continent. Africa as a travel destination is poised to unleash its potential – here are some figures to bear that out: • […]

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INDABA, touring SA and the tourism conversations for Africa

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Until two days ago, when we returned to Ghana, we had a great time at this year’s INDABA and the post INDABA hosting by South African Tourism (SAT). I was on the team with blogger Ameyaw Debrah, President of Tour Operators Union of Ghana (TOUGHA), Mrs. Nancy Sam Quartey and Treasurer of TOUGHA Mrs. Alisa Osei Asamoah. Last year was […]

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“Tourism has the potential to be the new Gold that could steer African Economies to new Heights”, says SA Tourism CEO at INDABA 2017.

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The just concluded, Tourism Indaba 2017 has been deemed a tremendous success. The event which held in the Kwazulu Natal province of South Africa from the 16th to the 18th of May saw a growth in visitors by a whopping 20%. This year’s African Travel Indaba attracted about 7000 delegates, including 1449 local and international buyers, as well as more […]

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Tourism: 2018 Africa Travel Indaba fixed for May 8-10 as 18 Nations participate

Zuma Tourism Indaba

The continental tourism extravaganza, Africa Travel Indaba ended on a high note on Thursday night with calls for innovation, cooperation between Africa countries and also with role players to make the industry prosperous. The 2017 Travel Indaba was hailed as a resounding success with 20,000 confirmed meetings being held over the three-day show, a 20 percent increase compared to last […]

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