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FlySafair heads to Mauritius this December

Low-cost carrier FlySafair will launch its first international flights with a service to Mauritius, which will start on 11 December 2021. The twice-weekly service will...

Sheraton unveils African vision at Sheraton Djibouti

Sheraton Hotels & Resorts, part of Marriott Bonvoy’s portfolio of 30 extraordinary brands, has unveiled newly transformed spaces at Sheraton Djibouti. The 185-room hotel is...

kulula.com re-introduces JHB-EL route

kulula.com, South Africa’s first low-cost airline, is re-introducing its Johannesburg–East London route. Effective 04 September 2021, kulula.com will offer two weekly flights between Johannesburg and...

kulula.com Launches App

As kulula.com takes to the skies again in September, the airline has unveiled its new mobile app, which provides travellers the quickest, easiest way...

Comair gears up for take-off

Comair aircraft will be back in the skies again from 1 September as planned. The airline, which operates kulula.com and British Airways (operated by Comair),...

The Changing Face of Travel Spaces

The past 18 months have fundamentally transformed tourism, travel and industry. Global and local lockdowns, comprehensive regulations, shifting legislations and complex social limitations have...

Hotel Chain Development Pipelines in Africa 2021

Each year the Lagos-based W Hospitality Group, an industry constant, publishes their Hotel Chain Development Pipelines in Africa report and analysis. This is the...

Business Travel Beyond the Third Wave

On Sunday, 25 July, President Cyril Ramaphosa eased South Africa’s lockdown restrictions, opening travel in and out of Gauteng and placing South Africa under...

Winter things to do in Cape Town

It’s easy to think that you need to stay indoors during these colder months. But the Mother City has amazing things to do and...

Culture & sustainability should be at the heart of Africa’s tourism recovery

Over the past 20 years, tourism has become vital to African economies seeking to create sustainable jobs, without polluting the environment and contributing to...

ASATA: the pandemic holds a few silver linings for corporate travel

“When travel comes back, it may not be bigger, but it will be better.” These are the words of Bloomberg Travel Editor Nikki Ekstein, and...

FlySafair remains operational during Level 4 lockdown

FlySafair confirms that that the airline will continue operating flights during the current Alert Level 4 restrictions, within the limits of the current curfew. While...