State of African Market

Legacy Hotels & Resorts Managing Director Paddy Brearley joins Business Traveller Africa for "A Bite with the Editor" BT Africa's new feature and an opportunity to engage with members of the industry on issues relevant to their particular sector.

Changing the Way You Spend

Andrew McDonic,Managing Director of American Express Foreign Exchange, chats to BTA editor Dylan Rogers about their GlobalTravel Card and the travel spending trends of the modern age.

Africa’s time

What do human resources and travel management have in common? Well, nothing directly, except the fact that people are at the heart of both. Nonetheless, that didn’t stop Themba Mthombeni from making the jump from one to the other a decade ago.

Untying the knots

Dylan Rogers chats to Travel with Flair's Johanna Mukoki (MD) and Tibor Zsadanyi (Operations Director) about the past, present and future of their company.

Out of the Rough

Mark Jakins, Chief Marketing and Customer Officer for Peermont Hotels, Casinos & Resorts chats to BTA about his take on the current state of the African hospitality industry.

Tough going

Hertz Southern Africa CEO Wils Raubenheimer took office around three years ago and soon after gave his first interview to Business Traveller Africa. That’s...

It’s All in the Stars

ISO Leisure Hotels Operations Director, Gary Foster joined editor Dylan Rogers for a chat about the preference by corporate's opting to book executives in to more affordable 3-star hotels rather than 5-star's exclusively.

Flying High

Ethiopian Airlines is already one of Africa’s big players, serving 52 destinations on the continent and a further 42 abroad. But it also has...

New Frontier

The Duma Travel CEO joined editor, Dylan Rogers for a coffee in Sandton, and a look back on 10 years in the travel management business.

Eye on Key Markets

Ebrahim Matthews, Managing Director of Diners Club South Africa, chats to Dylan Rogers about expanding their services into Africa.

Still Cruising

Cruises International is nearly 25 years old, with CEO George Argyropoulos making the move from Greece and starting the company in 1992, with the sole purpose of marketing and selling cruise holidays, conferences and incentives.

Making the transition

Frank Palapies is one of Wings Travel’s newest employees, having joined the company in October as its COO for the Africa and Middle East region. But, he has more than a passing knowledge of the Wings operation, having dealt extensively with the TMC during his time with Amadeus.