Main Website
  Events
  Views & Forecasting
  South Africa Biz Forums

   Global Business      South Africa Business      UK Business      Ireland Business      Views and Forecasting

Tourism still paramount to SA growth

Johannesburg – Despite the current global financial problems which continue to impact the industry, tourism will continue to play a central role in the country’s economy, Tourism Deputy Minister Tokozile Xasa says. With South Africa continuing to emerge as an important global player, government now wants a new focus in the tourism sector to exploit […]

Tourism still paramount to SA growth is a post from: GlobalBuzz SA

GlobalBuzz SA» Business

New tourism board announced

Pretoria – Tourism Minister Marthinus van Schalkwyk has announced the appointment of the new board members of South African Tourism (SAT), which will now be headed by Frank Kilbourn, the deputy chairperson of the previous SAT board. Zwelibanzi Mntambo, the previous chairperson of the Remuneration Committee of the SAT board, was appointed to deputy chairperson. […]

New tourism board announced is a post from: GlobalBuzz SA

GlobalBuzz SA» Business

South Africa woos Japanese business

Toyota Kaw-Zulu Natal

Toyota Kaw-Zulu Natal

Pretoria – KwaZulu-Natal Premier Dr Zweli Mkhize has arrived in Osaka on an official visit aimed at getting companies in Japan to invest in the province of KwaZulu-Natal.

Mkhize, who is accompanied by Economic Development and Tourism MEC Mike Mabuyakhulu, said meetings had been lined up with companies involved mainly in the automotive manufacturing sector. [Read more…]

SA, France bolster relations

South Africa - France Business Relations

South Africa - France Business Relations

Pretoria – Top officials from South Africa and France have met in Pretoria to map a way forward on how to deepen political and economic relations between the two countries. [Read more…]

Tourism sector to boost the economy

Tourism to boost Economy

Tourism to boost Economy

Pretoria – The National Tourism Sector Strategy (NTSS) seeks to increase tourism’s total direct and indirect contribution to the economy to R499 billion by 2020 said Tourism Deputy Minister Tokozile Xasa. [Read more…]