How to make your staff and business shine

Sir Richard Branson knows it and so should you. Responsible businesses recognise and live by the motto “your employees are your greatest assets”.  In tourism, taking care of your staff is even more important because well-trained staff is the bedrock of good service and happy customers, including the South African […]

Cape Town Tourism highlights The Cape Flats for visitors

In a blog post today, Cape Town Tourism highlights opportunities to visit the Cape Flats, home to over a million Capetonians and authentic local cultures.  “Don’t let the name fool you – the Cape Flats, the low-lying area just to the north of Cape Town, is one of the city’s […]

Mariette du Toit-Helmbold of Cape Town Tourism

“As tourism grows to join the ranks of the world’s major commercial industries, so do the questions around the impact this industry has on our fragile world and its people. Tourism can do as much or not more harm than good if not developed and managed responsibly. The world is […]

Skye Grove of Cape Town Tourism

“I love to travel and have been privileged to work and travel in parts of the world where the boundaries of my humility has been stretched beyond measure. My first real encounter with responsible and community tourism was been during my work as Head of Communications for Mildmay International, a […]

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