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Consumer uncertainty is one of the greatest barriers facing the travel industry, and despite cases of COVID-19 stabilizing across South Africa, 70 percent of South African respondents in a recent survey by GlobalData, a leading data and analytics company, say they are still extremely concerned about the impact of COVID-19 - in comparison to the one percent that declared they are not concerned.

Marriott International recently announced the opening of Johannesburg Marriott Hotel Melrose Arch and Marriott Executive Apartments Johannesburg Melrose Arch.

InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) has signed voco The Bank, Rosebank in South Africa in partnership with Valor Hospitality Partners Africa.

Tencent Holdings Limited (Tencent), a leading provider of internet value added services in China, announced its collaboration with the South African Tourism Beijing Office (SA Tourism) to entice more Chinese tourists into visiting South Africa.

For an impressive ninth consecutive year, Protea Hotels by Mariott has been named South Africa’s Coolest Hotel Brand in the Sunday Times Generation Next Survey for 2019.

With the richest temperate flora in the world and a myriad of rare, critically endangered species, Gondwana Game Reserve, on South Africa’s Garden Route is a bucket list destination not just for a Big Five safari, but also for anyone with an interest in botany and biodiversity.

Cape Town Tourism played an active and supportive role in optimising visitor safety in the city. While the primary role in safety belongs to local law enforcement agencies, they collaborate where possible to achieve more.

An eye-catching aviation theme forms the heart of a fresh room refurbishment at Protea Hotel by Marriott O.R. Tambo Airport in Johannesburg, South Africa.

Conservation-led travel company &Beyond has opened the brand new Tengile River Lodge, taking the level of luxury in South Africa’s Sabi Sand Game Reserve up to a new level.

South African Airlines (SAA) will increase frequencies between Washington DC’s Dulles International Airport (IAD) and Johannesburg’s OR Tambo International Airport (JNB) via Accra’s Kotoka International Airport (ACC) to five flights a week, starting April 02.