Cape Island is one of South Africa’s most exciting lifestyle brands offering candles, diffusers, soaps and lotions through to fragranced sachets, notecards, wrapping paper, bags, glassware as well as a selection of screen printed and foiled cushions
UK flag carrier has launched the first direct route from Europe to the South Africa’s third biggest city. Brits are being told “With its seafront location, Durban has long been a firm favourite with beach-goers thanks to its picture-perfect sandy beaches sitting on the Golden Mile, where you’ll find waters that are ideal for a dip and bustling bars and restaurants nearby.
Sun International said it plans to offer the shares at 57.82 rand per rights offer share in the ratio of 25.34 rights offer shares for every 100 existing ordinary shares held on the record date of May 18, 2018.
Security is hotels is a vital part of the business and ZKTeco, one of this year’s The Hotel Show Africa exhibitors, will be showcasing the latest biometric device to visitors
“It’s not just about marketing, unusual promo gifts can really change the way that you do business, by having a profound effect on the way that you interact with your clients”
Marriot has a line up of 93 new hotels comprising 17,708 rooms. Year-on-year performance for Africa in 2018 shows growth, ‘but more muted than in recent years’ says report
“Our sense of smell emotionally impacts us up to 75 per cent more than what we see or hear – it is also scientific fact that humans are 100 per cent more likely to remember something they smell versus any of the other senses” operations manager, Lindy Venter.
Sycro managing director Michael Butz said: “We are dedicated to grant each of our clients’ personal attention, excellent service, after-sales service, and all this at a very competitive rate. Our product range is specific and focused in order to meet the clients demanding requirements.”
The United Consulting is a leading hospitality company devoted exclusively to the African market
Hotel chief reveals why sustainable is cheaper than you think in one of Africa’s most exciting luxury hotels
Bruce Walker CEO of Verde Hotels reveals the secret of East Africa’s newest and most sustainable hotel. After 30 years in the hospitality industry he explains why the future has to be sustainable. He subscribes to integrated business strategies based on “design, construction and retrofitting hotels in order to maximise social, environmental and best business practice”. He also believes it can be fun and profitable.
Business confidence is on the rise in South Africa but a top hotelier warns investors to tread carefully
“There might be a very faint light on the horizon for our industry in the next few years but there are too many unknown factors and influences which may upset the relatively positive sentiment of the moment.”
Africa expansion for European hotel leader: “With this strategic partnership, we are reinforcing the Group’s footprint in Africa and we have access to a brand with strong roots and heritage”
Officials will speed up visa processes and lure major conferences, tourism minister said on Friday.
Prestigious Cape Royale Hotel appeals court order claiming it broke local planning regulations for the five-star hotel at Green Point. Despite court wrangling it continues to “operate as normal with one of the highest occupancy rates in Cape Town”
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