Conservation and tourism come together at the Monkeyland Sanctuary. Paula Hallam, who runs the KZN primate sanctuary and looks after 107 furry friends.
Africa’s Travel Indaba, hosted in Durban, exhibited products from countries all over the continent. South Africa showcased the best of tourism from several provinces. CNBC Africa’s Kopano Gumbi spoke to Vuyani Dayimani, CEO of Eastern Cape Park and Tourism Agency about what makes Eastern Cape interesting for visitors outside South Africa.
What does Durban have to offer as the host city for Africa's Travel Indaba this year? CNBC Africa spoke to eThekwini Municipality deputy Mayor Fawzia Peer.
Former accountant Mbali Mbonambi's love of travel made her turn passion into a business .She now runs a travel agency from her hometown in Durban and told CNBC Africa about the highs and lows of the business.
Small businesses form the back bone of the economy. Exhibiting at the Africa's Travel Indaba, here in Durban provides the much needed platform to attract more tourists. CNBC Africa's Fifi Peters caught up with Stembiso Foster, Founder of Ezethu Tours about what they gain at the Indaba.
The South African shores of KwaZulu-Natal is hosting one of the biggest tourism spectacles across Africa. Africa’s Travel Indaba kicked off the second day of its three day attraction today. CNBC Africa's Fifi Peters joins spoke Thulisile Galelekile, GM of Marketing at Tourism KwaZulu-Natal.
Staying with attracting investments in your city for critical for growth, Durban seems to be making greater strides in this regard. Head of Invest Durban, Russel Curtis told CNBC Africa's Kopano Gumbi about their multi-billion rand investments.
Africa's Travel Indaba, on day two, at the Durban Exhibition centre, showcasing what Africa Tourism has to offer. CNBC Africa's Kopano Gumbi is spoke to Cheryl Peters, Tourism and Investment Promotion Manager for iLembe Enterprise, about investment opportunities in Kwa Zulu-Natal.
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