Industry Blog – Cape Town Matters
The City of Cape Town (CoCT) is developing a Tourism Development Framework (TDF) for Cape Town. In recognition of new global and local trends, opportunities and challenges facing the tourism industry, the commissioned Tourism Development Framework will have a Strategy and Business Plan for the 2013 to 2017 period.Read more
A few recently published articles which raise issues about tourism marketing and the role of Cape Town Tourism warrant commentary.Read more
May 2011 gave rise to a number of interesting developments set to influence the future of tourism. President Jacob Zuma signed the Global Leaders for Tourism campaign – the first African head of state to do so – which is a joint initiative to boost international tourism between the United Nations World Tourism Organisation and the World Travel & Tourism Council.
Cape Town Tourism welcomes news about plans to boost tourism to South Africa with flexible visas and improved landing spots at airports.Read more
The dates are set for the 2011 Responsible Tourism Week. This unconventional, online “unconference” begins next week, on Valentine’s Day (February 14), and continues until February 18, 2011.Read more
Welcome news for leisure and business tourism to the Mother City: From February, Turkish Airlines increased the number of flights to Cape Town. Unfortunately, this coincides with an announcement by airberlin that it will run its last northbound Cape Town-Munich flight of the European winter season 2010/2011 on April 29, 2011. Cape Town Tourism CEO Mariëtte du Toit Helmbold comments.