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JTC’s hard work is rewarded

THE Joburg Tourism Company can add some more bling to its trophy cupboard, this time in the form of a PMR Diamond Arrow.
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Concierges gather to swop notes

HOTEL frontline staff are an important link between the city and its visitors, a link that will be underlined at the first Conference for Concierges.
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Colourful spring welcome

COLOUR Your Senses in Joburg, with plenty to touch, see, hear, smell and taste this spring. It will get you in the mood for the festive season.
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Drive to lure tourists

A SPRING campaign to attract tourists will advertise the many fun things to do in Joburg over the next few months.
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Tourists spending in Jozi

THE Tourism Outlook: South Africa report from Visa shows a massive increase in tourism spending over the first 10 days of the World Cup.
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Ama'visitors love Joburg

IT'S ayoba - that's the general feeling for the city of gold from the foreigners streaming to Johannesburg to watch the football.
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Welcome campaign launched

THE Big Picture banner will be hoisted up across Johannesburg, welcoming visitors and football fans to the World Cup.
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Go shopping in the CBD

COMBINING history and culture, Soweto and shopping, Past Experiences offers interesting, one-of-a-kind tours through some of Jozi's hottest spots.
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Guides wanted for JDA tours

THE Johannesburg Development Agency is planning inner city tours to show off the massive rejuvenation of the area, and it wants tour guides on board.
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Tourism ministers gather in Jozi

THE role tourism can play in helping the world out of the economic doldrums and back on to the high seas is being discussed at a high-end meeting of G20 tourism ministers.
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Hospitality sector gets training

MEMBERS of the Book-A-Guesthouse programme are being offered training by Southern Sun to polish up their services for their guests.
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Get Spring Fever in Joburg

TOURISTS both local and international are being targeted through the Get Spring Fever in Joburg campaign, which packages the many fun things to do in the city this season.
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Take a holiday, SA is urged

WITH its Sho't Left Campaign, the Department of Tourism aims to increase the number of South Africans taking tourist trips in their own country.
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Horizons open for tourist guides

SOME 13 previously disadvantaged individuals, including MK veterans, have been trained and accredited as tourist guides in Soweto.
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Joburg wins tourism awards

THE Joburg Tourism Company is Africa's leading city tourist board and its chief executive is the continent's travel personality of the year, with the two winning the accolades at the World Travel Awards.
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Kerzner memorial bursaries awarded

OVER a sumptuous 40th birthday lunch, 25 students at the University of Johannesburg's School of Tourism and Hospitality received bursaries through the Butch Kerzner Memorial Bursary Fund
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Huge tourism opportunities in 2010

EMERGING entrepreneurs in particular may benefit from the influx of visitors expected for the World Cup, according to the Towards 2010 and beyond report.
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Joburg launches lifestyle magazine

A GLOSSY new magazine, So Joburg, aims to bring the vibe and pizzazz of the city of gold to readers here and around the world.
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On the look out for Joburg's Best

THE Johannesburg Tourism Company has launched a set of awards aimed at seeking out the best that the city has to offer visitors and locals alike.
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Joburg tourism: The wait is over

NEW tourism CE Lindiwe Mahlangu has big plans for the city.
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