Africa’s Travel Indaba

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“We are ready and we are open for business”: Africa’s Travel Indaba wraps up for 2022

Coincidentally, the journo who wrote up this article was scarfing down a breakfast wrap. This wrap promises to be far less greasy, though is less likely to cure a hangover.

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Africa collaboration to drive tourism growth and recovery

Africa’s Travel Indaba officially opened on Tuesday with a call for the continent to work collaboratively to drive tourism growth, […]

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“We’re seeing a reverse of the direct booking trend”: SA Tourism acting CEO talks agents role in Africa’s return

by Nancy Hromin

South African Tourism’s Themba Khumalo shares how the African continent can excite the international market and how travel agents will play a key role.

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Zambia’s Tourism Minister calls for less regulations on intra-African travel

Much like post-Brexit Britons, African travellers want less red tape when visiting their neighbours. The key difference here being they didn’t vote to be separated in the first place.

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“We can breathe again, We can live again”: South Africa Tourism Minister opens Africa’s Travel Indaba

by Nancy Hromin

Ready the confetti guns: after nearly three years of hibernation, Africa has kicked off its flagship trade tourism show in Durban.

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South African Tourism reveals fresh details for Indaba’s 2022 return

After a two-year pause, Africa’s Travel Indaba is gearing up to welcome delegates from across the world to connect and help contribute to Africa’s tourism sector recovery.

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Africa’s Travel Indaba and Meetings Africa to make massive 2022 comeback

Dust off your suitcases, because South African Tourism has announced the long-awaited return of its signature global trade shows!

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Africa’s Travel Indaba sets new date

Africa’s biggest travel show has been moved forward, much like Travel Weekly’s staff lunch break, which we’ve decided to move forward by three hours. Don’t tell our boss.

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South Africa Tourism postpones Africa’s Travel Indaba

The national elections seem to have thrown a spanner in the works for the trade show. It’s not yet confirmed if the spanner was of the ratchet or open-ended variety.

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