PREPARING SOUTH AFRICA FOR THE WORLD
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Hotels in the Southern African Development Community are gearing for an influx of visitors who are planning to visit the region in the build-up to the 2010 World Cup. (16/8/2008)
Service delivery drops
South Africa is rated 111th out of 124 countries for service delivery. Addressing Tourism KwaZulu-Natals (TKZN) annual service excellence awards, SA Tourisms director in human resource development, Nozuko Ngozi, said SA had done a skills audit and was developing a service excellence strategy.
Lindsay Danilller, the Tourism Enterprise Partnership (TEP) 2010 Manager, addresses a public forum in Cape Town t.
250 000 visitors for Cape Town
Cape Towns 2010 co-ordinator, Teral Cullen (above) says 250 000 visitors are expected in the city over the 30 days of the tournament.
Global tourism soars ahead of 2010
Global tourism soared to a record performance in 2007, led by emerging markets, and the outlook in South Africa looks good, particularly with the 2010 World Cup approaching.
New marketing campaign
KwaZulu-Natal plans to embark on a worldwide marketing campaign to promote the province as a tourist destination ahead of the 2010 World Cup.
Boom-time for SA tourism
SAs tourism industry is booming ahead of the 2010 World Cup.
Gearing for 2010
Robben Island, like many other tourist attractions in the country, is preparing for the influx of visitors during the World Cup.
Tourism - Super support
South Africa’s tourism industry is experiencing an unprecedented boom as the country prepares to host the World Cup.
Tourism - Durban ICC
Durban's International Convention Centre has helped increase tourism in the port city. The draw for the preliminary rounds of the 2010 World Cup will be help here. (not for sale)
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On the field
The Girls Of 2010