The concept of single-serving meals at buffets is already established for cold food like salads or desserts. With InductWarm® induction devices this solution becomes relevant for hot dishes as well – and it helps to follow the current hygiene and distance regulations.
“What I am trying to do is to keep income coming in so I can keep my staff employed. I’m not considering retrenchments,”
South Africa’s tourism sector faces a potential 75% reduction in revenue for 2020, thus putting at risk a further R149.7bn (€7.8bn) in output, 438 000 jobs and R80.2bn (€4.2bn) in foreign receipts.
Earlier this month, HTI Consulting held its first ‘Virtual Hotel Club’ – an informal Pan-African platform for hospitality industry stakeholders – held earlier in July, which explored the way forward during this unprecedented time of crisis…
BON Hotels is in the process reopening five of its properties in KwaZulu-Natal, Free State and Mpumalanga, including the opening of four new South African hotels within the next four weeks.
The Tourism Business Council of South Africa (TBCSA) recent webinar, hosted by TBCSA Chair Blacky Komani and CEO Tshifhiwa Tshivhengwa and moderated by David Frost, SATSA CEO, discussed and raised concerns, and solutions on the current state of the tourism industry in South Africa, ranging from UIF-TERS to agri-tourism.
In the not too distant future, guests will book travel. Diners will make reservations. Shoppers will flip through racks. And you’ll be ready. KniTec can help. We’ve put together a few budget-friendly technology products that can get you ready for life and business post-quarantine.
Almost two-thirds of international travellers are ready to travel immediately after the lifting of international travel restrictions or within a year thereafter, a South African Tourism (SA Tourism) survey on international travel has revealed.
Radisson Hotel Group announces new appointments to drive the execution of its renewed expansion ambitions for Africa
Radisson Hotel Group is pleased to announce the appointment of Ramsay Rankoussi as the new head of development for Africa and Daniel Trappler, Senior Director, Development for Sub-Sahara, as the Group continues to increase its presence and renews its commitment to Africa.
We had the opportunity to interview with the voice of the restaurant industry, the Restaurant Association of South Africa (RASA).
We had the opportunity to interview with our strategic partner and key stakeholder of the Hotel & Hospitality Show, FEDHASA
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