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Video: "eKasi to Constantia – a culinary journey from township to terroir"!

Cape Town Tourism has released a new short film. "eKasi to Constantia a culinary journey from township to terroir" tells the story of a small restaurant from a township and its partnership with the oldest wine producing estate in South Africa. Owned by South African chef and restaurateur Abigail Mbalo-Mokoena and founded in 2014, 4Roomed eKasi Culture in Khayelitsha is a restaurant specialized in modern...»
South Africa: FlySafair and Qatar Airways have signed an interline agreement!
South African low-cost airline FlySafair and the state-owned flag carrier of Qatar, Qatar Airways, have signed an interline agreement. The agreement provides passengers of Qatar Airways ten domestic connections in South Africa including Port Elizabeth International Airport (PLZ) in Port Elizabeth, East London Airport (ELS) in East London and George Airport (GRJ) in George. The announcement follows shortly after...»

EN - GB - 234x60 - Banner Accommodation of the Week (11/2020)
Mlilwane Wildlife Sanctuary in Lobamba, eSwatini!
• Very Good 8.0
• Wonderful views
• Delicious food
• Wonderful staff Tour of the Day
Namibia Lodge Safari
Duration: 12 days
Route: Windhoek to Windhoek
Countries: Namibia
Johannesburg: OR Tambo International Airport (JNB) reopens the open-air piazza parking area for pick-ups!
The management of OR Tambo International Airport (JNB) in Johannesburg yesterday (21 October 2020) reopened the
open-air piazza parking area for pick-ups by taxis, e-hailing services and public transport vehicles. According to the airport's spokesperson Samukelo Khambule the change will accommodate increasing passenger volumes. The
management of the airport will also make more parking...»
Namibia: New revised tourist-related Covid-19

Namibia's President Dr. Hage G. Geingob has announced a number of changes to the status quo of the tourist-related COVID-19 regulations in the country during a public briefing on the national COVID-19 response measures on 21 October 2020. The new regulations will come into force from tomorrow (22 October 2020) until midnight on 30 November 2020. The new measures will apply for all 14 regions of Namibia....»
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