Back to air and “Rise Again ” South Africa Airlines says NANTA will play a front line role in its quest to provide exciting travel connection options to Nigerian travellers.
The airline’ s new owners and handlers led by John lamola at a breakfast business meeting facilitated by South Africa Tourism yesterday with NANTA President Mrs Susan Akporiaye and her team, assured of providing exciting travel options to the Nigerian Market, with NANTA at its core market push growth agenda in Nigeria.
kwa zulu Natal Tourism Organisation says it has all the various tourism features and offerings, but always willing to listen to trade buyers and operators on how to enrich services and experiences of KZN province.
Ms PHINDILE MAKWAKWA, acting CEO, KZN, Tourism told nanta delegation that her organisation is and will be responsive to the dynamics of rapid expectations and change to the needs of visitors, and ensuring local trade facilitators imbibes solutions to visitors experiences.
Mrs Susan Akporiaye, NANTA President had earlier suggested that hotels in KZN should provide electronic charging options to capture the needs of visitors who have have different regional or global electronic versions.
South Africa small businesses sector showcased under the “Sustainability Village”here in Durban, tells stories of how Africa can change the fortunes of its creative cultural tourism response.
Young and upcoming entrepreneurs in jewellery, bags making, kitchen accessories, fashion products, home decor and practically waste to wealth craft options, got unwavering support from South Africa Tourism, connecting and inspiring them to reach out to trade buyers and other visitors, in a flat out opportunity to become contributors to economic growth of their community and nation.
South Africa Tourism Acting CEO, Themba khumalo says the Sustainability Village is a response to integration of talented craft entrepreneurs to the inclusive growth of south Africa Tourism as the sector gears up for recovery.
Gift vouchers of 250 Rands were provided free to registered delegates to indaba by South Africa Tourism to enable participants to buy gifts from the village which will help tell stories of authentic African story.
NANTA President, Mrs Susan Akporiaye says all African nations should emulate the gesture of South Africa Tourism and power meaningful and unique rebirth of creative economy and tourism. She promised to take the Sustainability Village mantra back to Nigeria.
Gauteng, which prides its self as the best business and tourism province in South Africa, played host to NANTA ( Nigeria) and tour operators from Ghana yesterday, showing its peacock like offerings. From Apartheid Museum, exhibition halls,.art galleries and botanical gardens ( Walter sisulu national botanical gardens) is on prime call in Gauteng.
The Freedom, opened in December 2007, and tells the story liberation history of south Africa, possibly the most ambitious investment in heritage project tourism effort by South Africa government.