After nine years as CEO of Cape Town Tourism, Mariette du Toit-Helmbold has announced that she has decided not to renew her contract with the tourism organisation for another term.
The City of Cape Town recently confirmed a three year tourism marketing and visitor services mandate for Cape Town Tourism, securing its financial and strategic future.
Cape Town Tourism is pleased to report positive results for tourism to the city for the first part of summer season 2012/2013, with record numbers for December 2012 at major attractions across the city.Read more
Feedback from representatives of Cape Town Tourism’s accommodation sector membership has been compiled into a joint report by Cape Town Tourism and Horwath HTL, that forecasts slight growth trends across occupancy and average room rates indicators for the months November 2012 – January 2013.Read more
It’s the season to Give Responsibly - CCID launches SMS donation service to help the homeless in the
The Cape Town Central Improvement District (CCID) has launched an SMS donation service as part of its Give Responsibly campaign in an effort to help break the cycle of homelessness on the city’s streets. The SMS line forms part of the augmented Give Responsibly campaign and offers the public an alternative way of donating money to people living on the streets of Cape Town. The donations will be disbursed to various city NGOs that already do great work in helping to change the lives of the homeless by providing shelter, food, social services and rehabilitation programmes.Read more
Capetonians have spoken by voting for their Top 10 favourite eateries in the Alto Top 100 Places to Eat Cape Town 2012 Awards.Read more
South African tourism has received a welcome boost with the Table Mountain Aerial Cableway recording a marked rise in visitor numbers since the Mountain was named one of the provisional New 7 Wonders of Nature in November 2011.Read more