Young people urged to be part of tourism sector

Tourism Deputy Minister Elizabeth Thabethe has called on young people interested in the tourism sector to approach her department for more information and for assistance in establishing their own businesses.

Why the growing tourism industry needs international qualifications

There's been a lot of discussion over the last few years centered around tighter regulations on travel and tourism, as well as immigration; with topics such as Brexit being the buzzword for the past year. Some conclusions have arguably been overstated, others, possibly not; nevertheless, the international tourism industry is still thriving.
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5 Benefits of ITH International Tourism Programmes

The Tourism industry is booming. From Rio to Rome, tourism numbers have been increasing year on year. In fact, for the seventh straight year the sector has outperformed the global economy!

Provider Coffee and Croissants

Want to offer Internationally recognised programmes in Tourism, Hospitality and Culinary skills at your College? Join us on the 26th of October at the ITHSA Coffee and Croissants morning and we will tell you how!

What you can earn as an Events Manager

Event managers create, schedule, and bring to life events like conferences and parties. They usually work with clients in order to determine their preferences and plan the event based on their needs, such as deciding on a venue and what sort of atmosphere is desired.

Radisson Hotel Group expands hotel development in SA

The Radisson Hotel Group has geared itself up for hotel growth in South Africa with a focus on scale in key cities - Cape Town, Johannesburg and Durban.

SA Culinary Olympic Squad Appear On My Kitchen Rules South Africa

Members of the South African Culinary Olympic squad along with team manager made a surprise guest appearance My Kitchen Rules SA which aired on Sunday 2 September on M-Net.

Is South Africa Ready For The “Smart” Hotel Room?

There’s a race on internationally among big hotel groups to unveil hotels that feature rooms equipped with the IoT devices that can carry out a variety of tasks for guests. This hotel experience will likely become commonplace globally, but is South Africa ready for such a development?