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The British pound may not be in the healthiest state it’s ever been, but South Africa’s rand has bounced back, meaning that whilst Virgin...

Riding the Wave

Legacy Hotels & Resorts is in a good space, with a diversified portfolio of hotel and resort properties that ensure the South African-based group...

Consistency and service

Atlantis Corporate Travel, a South Africa travel management company with offices around the country, has been in existence for nearly 20 years, but perhaps...

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...

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...

Bumpy Road Ahead

It’s been a year since Bidvest announced that it would no longer represent Budget Car Rental in the South African market, with Avis Southern Africa...

More Value

Hilton Worldwide is one of the big players in global hospitality with over 4,500 hotels in nearly a hundred countries. That portfolio is growing,...

Interesting Times

Ed Frost believes the global airline industry is in as tricky a place as it has ever been since 2008. That’s off the back...

Big Plans

Along with the likes of Emirates, Etihad and Qatar, Turkish Airlines is one of the more aggressive airlines in the world, in terms of its growth and route network expansion. So, it seemed prudent for editor Dylan Rogers to join Johannesburg General Manager Muhammed Mehdi Tunc for a coffee and a Turkish Delight at WTM Africa in Cape Town, to get more on the airline’s African plans.