Clad in sunglasses, hats and sturdy walking shoes, tourists carefully navigate around shacks and portable toilets on the steep narrow roads of Imizamo Yethu, the informal settlement in Hout Bay, Cape Town, on of the many township tours the Mother City offers. Promises of an authentic experience and a chance to see how the locals live is a selling point for tourism operators in some of the country’s most famous townships.
Radisson will gain an even stronger foothold in the African market with new hotels announced in its 32nd location on the continent.
The largest hotel chain in the world joins the move against straws.
Arne Sorenson CEO Marriott Marriott International has announced it expects to add 19 new properties and more than 3,000 rooms to its Middle East and Africa portfolio in 2019
South Africa has the largest travel and tourism economy in Africa, according to the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC).
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