Deciding on the best skincare product for your spa
Apr12

Deciding on the best skincare product for your spa

The digital age has brought quality information within fingertip reach of most consumers, which means they’re more educated than ever before. Being aware of global trends and the information reaching consumers can help spa owners decide on which products to stock to cater to their clients’ unique needs.  Know your customers. Paying attention and making the effort to get to know your customer will go a long way to developing and...

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George Airport upgrades for large airlines
Apr12

George Airport upgrades for large airlines

George Airport in the Western Cape has received exemption from the South Africa Civil Aviation Authority (SACCA) to upgrade from a CAT 7 aerodrome to a CAT 8 aerodrome.  This means that the regional airport is now able to receive larger aircraft and that it complies with regulations for additional aircraft rescue, as well as firefighting personnel has sufficient fire tenders for the category upgrade. The upgrade was processed after a...

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iSimangaliso Wetland Park completes new 2km Forest Loop
Apr12

iSimangaliso Wetland Park completes new 2km Forest Loop

The successful completion of the new 2km Forest Loop has been marked by an official opening on the Eastern Shores section of the iSimangaliso Wetland Park, which now boasts five ecologically distinct visitor drive game drives: Pan Loop, Vlei Loop, Dune Loop, Grassland Loop and Forest Loop. Each has its own distinctive attractions en route including hides, lookout points, picnic sites, places of interest – like Lake Bhangazi – and...

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KwaZulu-Natal eyes R600m over Easter holidays
Apr12

KwaZulu-Natal eyes R600m over Easter holidays

KwaZulu-Natal (KZN) is getting ready to welcome over 500 000 domestic holidaymakers for the Easter season. The Easter season which,  will span over a two- week period, is expected to also attract international travellers in the region of 65 000 from the United Kingdom, Germany, United States of America, France, Netherlands and India. This season is expected to generate over R675 million for the economy of the province from both...

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Tourism minister welcomes SADC worshippers
Apr12

Tourism minister welcomes SADC worshippers

Minister of Tourism Thokozile Xasa welcomes worshippers who will be travelling to South Africa from the SADC region to participate in various religious activities over the Easter weekend. Religious worshippers travel in their millions from all around Southern Africa to places like Moria in Limpopo and Ndwedwe in KwaZulu-Natal for religious gatherings during this period. “We welcome all visitors to our country over this holiday...

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