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Wentworth residents gain ally in battle against Engen
Wentworth residents gain ally in battle against Engen
A South Durban organisation is applying to join the high court battle between petrochemical giant Engen and Wentworth residents, whom the company...
Interdict adds extra fuel to Wentworth residents’ ire
Interdict adds extra fuel to Wentworth residents’ ire
Wentworth residents who have been banned from protesting outside Engen’s Durban refinery by the high court have vowed to continue with their...
SA’s Mr Bollywood dies after long film career
SA’s Mr Bollywood dies after long film career
The custodian of the oldest independent cinema and entertainment company in South Africa, Moosa Moosa of the Avalon Group, died in Johannesburg on...
Zuma’s supporters up the ante
Zuma’s supporters up the ante
As former president Jacob Zuma prepares to appear in the high court in Durban on Friday on corruption charges, his supporters inside and outside...
Good ol’ Durbs and dirty politics
Good ol’ Durbs and dirty politics
Wednesday. It’s hardly daybreak but the sun already appears to be ahead on points in its battle with the bank of rain clouds hanging over Durban...
International buyers find hidden gems in Durban
International buyers find hidden gems in Durban
Durban was buzzing with energy this week as it hosted the biggest travel and tourism trade fair, the Africa Travel Indaba, under the theme...
​Travel indaba boosts small tourism businesses
​Travel indaba boosts small tourism businesses
Reboneng Nkosi says the Africa’s Travel Indaba has given her business a valuable marketing platform and interface with potential clients.
​Direct flights from London to Durban will boost tourism industry
​Direct flights from London to Durban will boost tourism industry
A new direct British Airways flight route from Heathrow to Durban is expected to bolster KwaZulu-Natal’s (KZN) ambitious bid to position itself...
Twenty-one African countries showcasing at Africa's Travel Indaba
Twenty-one African countries showcasing at Africa's Travel Indaba
Tourism businesses from 21 African countries and 12 African tourism authorities have already confirmed their attendance at the largest global...
The significance of Africa's Travel Indaba to economic and social development
The significance of Africa's Travel Indaba to economic and social development
There are many stories to be told regarding Africa’s tourism industry. The upcoming Africa’s Travel Indaba is the most suitable platform for...
Be part of Africa's rising tourism story at Africa's Travel Indaba 2018
Be part of Africa's rising tourism story at Africa's Travel Indaba 2018
A treasure chest of small “gems” offering the modern traveller unforgettable African experiences and plush luxury establishments that...
Travel and tourism boosts Africa's economy
Travel and tourism boosts Africa's economy
The travel and tourism sector is playing a major role in boosting employment and economic growth in Africa.

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