Features Archives - Business Traveller Africa

Paris: a European treasure

Paris has a long and interesting history, having first been settled in the third century BC by a Celtic tribe called the Parisii, which...

2016 Business Traveller Africa Conference & Awards

Tourvest leads industry winners Tourvest was the biggest winner at the fifth annual Business Traveller Africa Conference & Awards, with three of the South African...

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...

JOHANNESBURG

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...

Dreamliner

Boeing’s B787 has changed the aviation landscape. Geographically, this is because you are flying directly from the factory, whether it’s Boeing at Everett, Washington, or...

Zambia

Politically stable, peaceful and centrally-located, with a growing economy, a good supply of quality hotels in the main centres, and an airport that needs...

Lufthansa Celebrates 55 years of South Africa service

Lufthansa German Airlines celebrated 55 years of operations in South Africa on the 14th of May. Today, both Johannesburg and Cape Town are serviced by...

Still fighting

Zimbabwe has endured sanctions, an unstable currency, and continued speculation about its future. However, this land-locked Southern African country has much untapped potential that...

Defining luxury

What is ‘luxury’ or ‘premium’ travel? It's the million-dollar question, isn’t it? It’s also a question that a lot of travel suppliers are asking themselves, particularly...

Can you keep up?

The last decade has shown that there’s a natural fit between technological advancement and an industry such as the global travel industry, which has...

BLOEMFONTEIN

OVERVIEW Bloemfontein’s Sesotho name is Mangaung, meaning “Place of Cheetahs” and since 2011 the city has formed part of the Mangaung Metropolitan Municipality, having previously...