ASATA in the news: Managing Crisis

Managing Crisis

Travel is fraught with unexpected and uncontrollable events. The recent outbreak of the Coronavirus has once again illustrated the importance of having a proper crisis management protocol in place, of which travel management and duty of care are essential components.   What could be more important than your human resource? Do you have your house […]

Coronavirus Update: FAQs

Coronavirus update: FAQ

With the sheer scale of unconfirmed and inaccurate information circulating on the Internet about the Coronavirus, ASATA has created a dedicated Coronavirus page on our website and have now added FAQs derived from the World Health Organization (WHO), National Institute of Communicable Diseases(NICD) and the Centre for Disease Control (CDC). We are constantly monitoring updates […]

ASATA in the news: Coronavirus fears and what it means for SA travellers

ASATA in the news: Coronavirus fears and what it means for SA travellers 1

The World Health Organization declared the Coronavirus outbreak a public health emergency last month while the US and the UK have issued advisories to reconsider travel plans to China. Association of Southern African Travel Agents (ASATA) revealed that the virus impacted travel bookings. It reported that leisure travel has been affected as some holidaymakers choose […]