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Q&A: New leadership at Radisson

Radisson Hotel Group is one of the world's largest hotel groups with seven distinctive hotel brands, and more than 1,400 hotels in operation and...

How to work from home

The COVID-19 pandemic has shaken up the world, with drastic consequences for the travel industry. This will be new territory for a large portion of...


See some of the events happening around Africa including festivals, Exhibitons, Fairs and Conferences. 

New Radisson Blu opens in Sierra Leone

Carlson Rezidor opens the Radisson Blu Mammy Yoko Hotel, Freetown

Swiss International Lenana Nairobi is open for business

It’s a soft opening, but Swiss International Hotels & Resorts’ Lenana Nairobi is ready to receive the guests. The newly built 135-room hotel boasts four...

South Africa

Fact File Population:  52 million Time: GMT +2 Plugs: Three-pin round Dialling code: +27 Currency: Rand - $1=10.2ZAR Language: 11 official languages, but English is predominantly spoken Background South Africa’s apartheid legacy...

The Sky’s the limit

A closer look at the latest developments and products in the on-board Wi-Fi space.

Flight check: Air Namibia A319 Business Class



OVERVIEW The capital of South Africa’s smallest province, Gauteng, Johannesburg is where it all happens for the country’s business travellers. Not only is it the...

Home(grown) affairs

Local, as South Africans know, is lekker. More than just lekker though, the choice to support local when it comes to business has far-reaching...

June 2013

Richard Holmes investigates air charter, Kate Kennedy looks at clothing for the business traveller, and Dylan Rogers talks to Hendrik du Preez of Emirates.

Protea Fire & Ice! Menlyn now open

After three years of preparation and construction, the Protea Hotel Fire & Ice! Menlyn, in the South African province of Pretoria, has finally opened its doors to the public