INDABA 2012 ready to roll!!! - 22nd year in DurbanPosted on: 12 May 2012
Welcome INDABA 2012 - by Ursula Brown, Managing Editor, Cape Info SA
Exciting activities to ensure that all delegates enjoy a fulfilling and memorable experience. Durban Tourism CEO, Phillip Sithole said Indaba is one of the key strategic events hosted by Durban, and key economic catalyst, not only among tourism related businesses but it also greatly contributes to broader economy of Durban, KwaZulu-Natal and the country at large as Indaba contributes about R250 to R300 million to the economy of Durban.
Indaba also presents an ideal opportunity to market Durban and KwaZulu-Natal to
“Indaba is the leading travel and tourism show not only in South Africa but in the
This year, Durban hosts Tourism Indaba for the 22nd time, and will be hosting it
Indaba Welcome Party, which officially welcomes Indaba guests and delegates, will
An historic three-city MOU signing ceremony between Durban, Johannesburg, and Cape Town will take place during the hosting of the international media by South African Tourism on 13 May 2012 in Umlazi Max’s Lifestyle from 12.00 to 13.00.
Delegates attending Indaba can enjoy warm weather of Durban, unique cultural
Durban Tourism stand at Indaba has been significantly expanded from 36m2 to
Photo Credit : Reg Caldecott
Madam MC and Party Guest
Ready for Take-Off !!! - Sanganai Travel ExpoPosted on: 18 Oct 2011
by Patrick Allen, National Photographic Editor and Ursula Brown Managing Editor, Cape Info SA
Dignatories, officials, VIP guests, international media, sponsors and exhibitors of Sanganai World Travel Fair gathered to celebrate at the magnificent Pandhari Luxury Lodge, in rolling wooded hills of Glen Lorne, a mere 30 mins drive from down town Harare.
Celebration and party-time where the order of the day at the Sanganai World Travel Fair Exhibitor and Mediia cocktail function, launching the opening of the show on Mon 10 Oct 2011.
Well over 300 invited guests were welcomed on arrival, met with melodic sounds of popular Italian Jazz Band before official proceedings got underway and the MC introducing guest speakers. Civil Aviation Authority, Netone and Mr G Chidzidzi (Acting Chief Executive Zimbabwe Tourism Authority) each addressed the crowd.
And then we danced....... Good food, good vibe, good atmosphere and then it was time to party...
Photographs by Patrick Allen, National Photographic Editor, Cape Info SA
Pic 1 : MC and guest
for more photos click on Patrick's Gallery