There are hundreds if not thousands of public servants who are facing disciplinary action - they did not benefit directly, writes Melanie Verwoerd.
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SA Tourism CEO Sisa Ntshona tells Fin24 he has "mixed feelings of anger" as he heads back to the job after being cleared of all charges.
Parliament's portfolio committee on tourism has been left red-faced after the DA's spokesperson on tourism – also a member of said committee – accused President Cyril Ramaphosa of setting unrealistic targets and "living in a different reality" to the rest of the country.
Research by BDO estimates that SA lost about R10bn per year since 2015 due to the requirement for unabridged birth certificates.
SA business events, conferencing and meetings products will be on display at one of the world's premier Meetings, Incentives, Conference and Events shows, IMEX Frankfurt.
Air access is very important if SA wants to deliver on the goal of attracting 5 million more tourists by 2021, says the head of global trade for SA Tourism.
More than two weeks after SA Tourism CEO Sisa Ntshona was abruptly put on "precautionary suspension", the board has still not revealed details of allegations involved.
Suspended SA Tourism CEO Sisa Ntshona has said his precautionary suspension came as a surprise.
The SA tourism industry must not position itself as a cheap destination for international tourists, says SA Tourism CEO Sisa Ntshona.
If a tourist becomes seriously ill or has an accident in a remote area of SA and there was a lack of suitable medical support, it is the reputation of that business and region that will suffer, warns a local expert.
The ailing rand has made it more challenging for smaller tour operators in South Africa to market internationally, local SMEs tell Fin24.
After having been suspended for almost nine months, SA Tourism CEO Sisa Ntshona was found not guilty on Friday of charges brought against him.
Safety and security issues have become a serious threat to SA tourism, industry leaders have warned, after survey results indicated foreign travellers had safety concerns about South Africa.
The SA tourism industry faces a time of "business unusual" where many factors conspire against it, says the director of the tourism specialist unit at BDO.
Jerry Mpufane, chair of diversified marketing agency M&C Saatchi Johannesburg Group, is the new Americas hub head for SA Tourism in New York.
There is no such thing as bad timing when it comes to the right governance, Minister of Tourism Derek Hanekom says about the suspension of the SA Tourism CEO.
The precautionary suspension of SA Tourism (SAT) CEO Sisa Ntshona on Tuesday has left industry experts "shocked", with some saying that the development would cause "turbulence" that the country could ill afford.
The CEO of South African Tourism, Sisa Ntshona, has been suspended, the board said in a statement on Tuesday afternoon.
SA must make its brand stand out among competitors, says Sisa Ntshona, CEO of SA Tourism.
Tourists are increasingly travelling to have experiences and this is where the potential lies for South Africa to benefit from sport tourism, the CEO of a specialist tour company tells Fin24.
South African Tourism is encouraging tourists not to cancel their trips to the Eastern, Northern or Western Cape - or anywhere in SA - due to water challenges.
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