The Southern Africa Regional Tourism Body, RETOSA, held its inaugural annual Destination Marketing Conference aimed at creating and enabling an environment for tourism growth and development in Southern Africa.
In the presence of the Hon. Thokozile … May 10, 2011
Being host nation of a major international event is a massive investment. The 2010 FIFA World Cup staged in South Africa is no exception. The world’s largest sporting event in terms of global fan following and media coverage required unprecedented levels … August 17, 2010
The planning, preparing, speculating, and strategizing is over and it’s finally here. Cape Town welcomes the world to the 2010 FIFA World Cup™!
As the visitors and fans begin to arrive for the big event, Cape Town Tourism CEO Mariette du Toit-Helmbold … June 10, 2010
Football fans who have not managed to secure tickets for the 2010 FIFA World Cup™ matches to be played at Cape Town Stadium can still soak up the tournament’s atmosphere with thousands of others at various fan parks around the Mother City.
Cape … April 8, 2010
FIFA this week announced that Cape Town Stadium is “perfect” and is confident that the city will be 100 percent ready to host the 2010 FIFA World Cup™ by June 11.
Cape Times, FIFA secretary general, Jerome Valcke, said Cape Town was currently … March 4, 2010
Predictions for the summer tourism season 2009/2010 are hard to call in a world where economic goalposts are constantly shifting and a peaked interest in the run-up to the 2010 FIFA World Cup has already catapulted Cape Town’s global profile into unprecedented … December 2, 2009
Cape Town Tourism took to the streets of the city to celebrate one year until the 2010 FIFA World Cup. Guests, staff, a few invited Capetonians, and media gathered on a specially soccer-theme branded City Sightseeing Bus for a trip around the city to … June 12, 2009