Travel & Tourism SME Training Opportunity

The EDS Travel and Tourism Excellence Academy in collaboration with ASATA will be implementing a Pilot Training Project for SMEs within the Travel & Tourism Industry. We would therefore like to take this opportunity to invite interested SME’s who meet the qualifying criteria, to apply for this exciting training opportunity by no later than 6th […]

Namibia eases travel restrictions

Namibia last week eased travel restrictions for inbound travel. The eased regulations now include: ALL travelers (including tourists, business travelers and all Namibians and Permit Holders) who arrive in Namibia with a negative PCR test result, that is not older than 72 hours, will be permitted to proceed to their final destination in the country. […]

Times Live: Two travel costs you shouldn’t skimp on post-Covid & finding a locksmith

As part of its #BackToTravel campaign, the Association of Southern African Travel Agents’ (Asata) has compiled a list of “new normal” travel tips, including these: Accept that specialised travel insurance is non-negotiable — in other words, the limited free cover you get when paying for a plane ticket with your credit card is not enough. […]

Mango to resume flights to Zanzibar in November

Mango has confirmed that it will resume flights to Zanzibar on 28 November 2020. According to the airline’s website, flights will depart from Johannesburg at 07h00, arriving in Zanzibar at 11h35 on Tuesdays and Saturdays. The return service will depart from Zanzibar at 13h05, arriving in Johannesburg at 15h50 on the same days.