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OUR CLIENT PROTEA HOTELS BY MARRIOTT, ADVISES TRAVELLERS THAT THE BEST TIME TO VISIT SOUTH AFRICA IS SEPTEMBER

South Africa, popular on almost every traveller’s bucket list, is a great place to visit at any time of the year but this September promises to be particularly special.  Beyond iconic experiences like the Kruger National Park, Table Mountain, the V&A Waterfront, and the Durban beaches, there’s a whole lot more going on in September. […]
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GOOGLE SA ANNOUNCES NEW STREET VIEW DESTINATIONS

Not all of us can afford or are able to travel to South Africa’s most amazing sites. It could be a money issue, or your body might be incapable of doing the Tugela Gorge Hike. Whatever the case may be, Google has the solution. Google South Africa recently announced the launch of a new gallery […]
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OUR CLIENT PROTEA HOTELS BY MARRIOTT EXPLORES THE IMPACT OF SPORT ON THE TOURISM ECONOMY

Cape Town – The love of a sport discipline, whether as participant or spectator can be a powerful driving force in travel decision-making, but it makes sense to make more out of your sport travel by finding out what’s on offer where you’re going, says Danny Bryer, area director for sales at Protea Hotels by […]
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OUR CLIENT AIRBNB HAS TEAMED UP WITH VICE TO OFFER ONCE-IN-A-LIFETIME EXPERIENCES TO 100 LUCKY PEOPLE

Cape Town is one of only four cities in the world that has been chosen to showcase a part of the country we don’t normally see (or hear) — Khayelitsha’s electronic music scene. In a joint venture between VICE magazine and Airbnb, lucky winners will get the rare chance to explore unique spaces and cultures […]
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OUR CLIENT GOOGLE ANNOUNCES $20M SUPPORT FOR AFRICAN NON-PROFITS

Google has pledged $20 million (R260 million) in grants over the next five years to non-profits working to improve lives across Africa. This will be done through the search engine giant’s charitable arm, Google.org. The initial grants, worth $2.5 million (R32 million), are going to start-ups Gidi Mobile and Siyavula, which aim to provide free access to learning for 400 000 low-income students in SA […]