South Africa must ready itself to welcome tourists and visitors from a range of new, non-traditional markets as the Covid-19 pandemic wanes.

This, according to SA Tourism’s acting CEO, Themba Khumalo who announced that the 16th Meetings Africa tourism event has been confirmed for 28 February in Johannesburg.

Khumalo says with travelers itching to travel again South Africa could see many people, who have never paid the country a visit, now traveling here for business or leisure.

He says business travelers should also be encouraged to extend their stays to enjoy the country’s tourist attractions.

Read more on the 2022 Meetings Africa event here.

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The City of Cape Town has officially launched its Domestic Tourism Campaign.

The City’s Economic Growth and Tourism Directorate says it has been working non-stop, since the announcement of the recent international travel bans, to ensure the Mother City remains ready to receive visitors.

Mayoral Committee member James Vos says the initiative was developed in partnership with Cape Town Tourism and encourages South Africans to experience and visit the City’s tourist activities and attractions.

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Vos says the campaign offers South Africans discounted prices on inbound flights, hotel stays and activities. Visit for the latest deals and special offers.

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Read more on the initiative here and here.

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