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It's a style catch-22: The "airport outfit" has to be comfortable enough for sitting on a plane for at least several hours (in terms of climate control and soft-stretchiness), but also pulled-together enough that you can deplane at your destination ready to hit the ground running.
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Whether you’re traveling across the country or across the globe, Son Tours takes student travel safety very seriously. As a result, we have numerous measures in place on each and every trip to ensure you receive the highest level of safety possible, regardless of your destination.
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Freedom Day is a South African public holiday celebrated on 27 April, the date, which marks freedom and commemorates the first post-apartheid elections held on that day in 1994.
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If you are studying for the first time, it can be difficult adjusting to new deadlines and juggling a number of tricky modules at the same time.
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The tourism sector employed 686 596 persons in 2016, Statistician-General Risenga Maluleke said on Monday. This, according to Maluleke, is an increase of 2.7% percent or 17 945 employees compared to 2015. According to Stats SA, the tourism…
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Tourism Minister Derek Hanekom says millions of South Africans and international tourists continue to visit and travel around South Africa, despite the current water crisis.
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A Head Chef earns an average salary of R146,783 per year. A skill in Menu Planning is associated with high pay for this job. Most people move on to other jobs if they have more than 20 years' experience in this career.
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According to Diego Saez-Gil, Founder of WeHostels and VP at StudentUniverse, even after several years working in the youth travel market he doesn’t stop getting surprised by how fascinating this sector is.