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Thursday, 29 November 2007 13:22

German garden gnomes discover Cape Town

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{pp}Cape Town, South Africa - 28. November 2007 - German company uses German garden gnome as icon for vehicle branding campaign. On Saturday the 1st December 2007 Arbeiten in Kapstadt will launch a vehicle branding campaign in cooperation with Excite Taxis.
{pp}Traffic congestion, road works, and accidents are becoming an increasingly common way of life on busy South African city highways. The frustrations are immense and the cycle, like many of our drivers, is spiraling out of control: road rage incidents are increasing, missed flights are a norm, and late meeting…
Saturday, 27 October 2007 22:34

School Transfers alleviate parents stress

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{pp}Working parents are finding traffic congestion an increasing strain on their daily routine with time constrains placing immense pressure on what should be the simple things in life – like spending quality time with their children. It is not unusual to spend in excess of two hours travel time in…
{pp}African Safari Journals has developed an electronic sightings board that pinpoints the latest wildlife locations on your cellphone to help you see more animals as you drive around the Kruger National Park, Hluhluwe-Umfolozi game reserves in South Africa and Etosha National Park in Namibia. 
{pp}Emarketing firm Britefire will run its specialised hospitality industry emarketing courses in Durban in the week of October 15th. The two courses have been tailored specifically to the needs of two different scales of hotel operations – there is a one-day workshop for B&Bs and small hotels, and Britefire’s two-day…
Sunday, 30 September 2007 10:49

SouthAfrica.TO achieves top 1000 Alexa ranking

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{pp}SouthAfrica.TO, an online flight price comparison website at, last week broke into the top 1000 South African websites, as measured by Alexa.
{pp}The Holiday Inn Pretoria will officially convert to Southern Sun Pretoria on September 1, 2007, and with that will revive a tradition of sophisticated urban excellence.
Wednesday, 29 August 2007 19:19

Diya Travel Website Launch

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{pp}Diya Travel is launching their travel website destined to cover Southern Africa. Diya Travel’s main focus is packaging the holidays for our clients. This provides our clients with a greatly reduced amount of hassles when booking their holiday in Southern Africa.
Tuesday, 21 August 2007 12:12

Stephan Rejoins Three Cities

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{pp}In 1999 Stephan completed his training in Hotel Management. He was then positioned at the Riverside Hotel in Durban which was his first introduction to the Three Cities Group where he completed his final practical assessment. He spent six months performing managerial duties in all disciplines of the hotel. explores the world of audacious activities for the extreme traveller in South Africa. The website profiles various adventures across South Africa through categories of air, land and water. The site gets up-close-and-personal with over 48 activity categories that one could choose from. Each profile delves into exciting information regarding…
{pp}T2-Global, the international travel portal with websites covering markets in USA, Mexico, Middle East, Germany, India and other countries worldwide has launched a new online travel site deictaed at internet users and travellers in South Africa.
{pp}The new look Southern Sun Katherine Street Sandton has received a R4 Million face lift.Southern Sun will continue with the extensive re-branding and modernisation programme that commenced in 2005, with the ultimate aim of owning brands rather than investing in them.  This momentum is continued through its multi-million rand refurbishing…

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