Tsheola Dinare Tours, 9 years of business growth
Oct18

Tsheola Dinare Tours, 9 years of business growth

I last featured Jojo Tsheola in 2009 then running travelwires.com and Tsheola Dinare Tours was 2 years in operation. Today Tsheola Dinare Tours is 9 years in business, transporting tourists and corporate SA. There has been a steady growth over the years, take us through the milestones that your business has accomplished… Tsheola Dinare Tours has proven to be specialist in terms of tourism and corporate shuttles service offering....

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Ollie Esplin driving force behind Clarens Xtreme
Sep27

Ollie Esplin driving force behind Clarens Xtreme

It’s not common to meet a fully fledged white Rastafarian, Ollie Esplin is one such rare breed. Once a police officer who was subjected to discrimination because of his religious practices ended up quitting serving the state and now runs Clarens Xtreme an adventure activity operator. On our media road trip to Durban for INDABA 2016 (courtesy of SA Tourism), Ollie was our host in Clarens where he is the chairman of Clarens Tourism...

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Cabin Crew Profile: Mitchelline Noel (kulula)
Oct12

Cabin Crew Profile: Mitchelline Noel (kulula)

New week, new profile interview with another cabin crew member flying the skies of South Africa. Today Mitchelline Noel shares her journey with us and pays tribute to Suncoast Casino for polishing her people’s skills which are now her arsenal with kulula, join me while I discover the Durbanite below… What inspired you to become a flight attendant and how many years have you been flying? I think the inspiration came from admiring...

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Cabin Crew Profile: Brenda Modise (British Airways)
Oct05

Cabin Crew Profile: Brenda Modise (British Airways)

I’m yet to enjoy my flying trips…I forever experience ear pain during flight descent. I’ve consulted an ear specialists and confirmed nothing is wrong with my set of ears, yet I continue to suffer in silence. Chewing gum doesn’t work, as my friends have suggested before. I honestly want a permanent solution to this constant torture. One thing that I always find funny about cabin crew, is the standard safety measures that...

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Backpacker Katchie Nzama, exploring Africa solo
Dec29

Backpacker Katchie Nzama, exploring Africa solo

While me and you are busy enjoying festive season with family and friends at the comfort of our familiar surroundings…backpacker Katchie Nzama is on an adventure of a lifetime, travelling across Africa using public transport, camping and backpacking in foreign land. Look at #England 1 and 2 behind me. Swimming in the Okavango Delta was never more fun. #TheSoloWanderer #travel #wanderlust #Backpackers #Bloggers #AfriTravel...

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FlightSiteAgent empowers Cape Town couple
Sep03

FlightSiteAgent empowers Cape Town couple

With tourism month in full swing and the current theme being Tourism Transforming Lives, today we have a Cape Town couple share their journey into running a home-based travel agency M&L Travel, all possible through a white label programme offered by FlightSiteAgent. Mark Twain wrote “To get the full value of you, you must have someone to divide it with”. And if you can explore and discover new horizons together at the same time,...

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