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OUR CLIENT CAPE TOWN TOURISM ON THE RISE OF NUMBER OF VISITORS

TOURISM in the Mother City reached new heights over the last year by smashing visitor records. Cape Town Tourism yesterday revealed the most popular sights had exceeded expectations for visitor numbers, and preliminary figures for traffic at Cape Town International Airport reached 10 million passengers in one year for the first time. The Robben Island […]
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OUR CLIENT THEBE TOURISM ON GOOD SERVICE FOR FUTURE TOURISM GROWTH

These days, travellers do not vote only with their feet when dissatisfied with the quality of service they receive. They also vote with their fingers, sharing stories of their experience with friends and posting messages on social media. By Brett Hendricks. Millennials, in particular, have become accustomed to rating everything – accommodation, transport, food and […]
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OUR CLIENT PROTEA HOTELS BY MARRIOTT ON SOUTH AFRICA’S HIDDEN GEM DESTINATIONS

Tourists flock to South Africa in ever-increasing numbers, usually to experience those attractions that the country is best known for: the Kruger National Park, Table Mountain, Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens, the Durban Beachfront and the V&A Waterfront among others. But the country has so much more to offer.  With an unusually wide range of climate types […]
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OUR CLIENT YOCO ON HOW CSI INVOLVES MORE THAN JUST GIVING

Corporate social investment (CSI) is no longer a matter of just doling out money. Corporates are increasingly changing their thinking around how they spend their money on CSI initiatives, realising that more productive means of intervention are required. Tech start-up Yoco takes a sustainable approach to CSI. CEO Katlego Maphai explains that he does not […]
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OUR CLIENT CAPE TOWN TOURISM ON HOW FOREIGN STUDENTS BOOST THE CITY’S ECONOMY

A young entrepreneur had the foresight to recognise foreign students as a lucrative market. More than a thousand foreign students took part in the University of Cape Town’s (UCT) semester study abroad programme in 2016, each of them spending US$6 000 on tuition and contributing further large amounts to the economy as they became “part […]