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Cape Town Tourism Joins South African Tourism’s India Road Show

Cape Town Tourism and Wesgro will represent Cape Town and the Western Cape as part of South African Tourism’s India Road Show from 20 – 23 January 2014.

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Cape Town’s Tourism Season off to a Healthy Start

Cape Town’s tourism sector is now in full tourism season mode with hotels, restaurants, attractions and services reporting a busy time as both domestic and international visitors enter the holiday period.

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Cape Town comes out Tops once again in Telegraph Travel Awards for favourite city 2013

Cape Town has been voted The Telegraph Travel Awards’ Favourite City for 2013, at a ceremony held in London yesterday (27 November 2013).

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WDC 2014 and Safety Among Top Questions for Cape Town at WTM 2013

World Design Capital and Safety Among Top Questions for Cape Town at World Travel Market 2013 Press Release for Cape Town Tourism.

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Cape Town Tourism Board to Assist New Tourism Businesses

Mentorship is central to growing skills and confidence in the tourism industry and it is with this in mind that Cape Town Tourism has launched a Board Development Fund Programme.

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Indian Market Hungry for Ideas to Access Cape Town

Cape Town Tourism Reports Back After Attending South African Tourism India Road Show (20 – 23 January 2014)

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A better summer season anticipated for tourism

Optimism for the Season Ahead

CEO of Cape Town Tourism, Enver Duminy says; “We are optimistic about the tourism outlook for this summer season with positive growth in forward bookings being felt by many of our members. We are hoping that the strong exchange rate, in favour of traditional source markets, and Cape Town’s recent spate of international accolades will be additional contributors to a good season for tourism. Of course, global economic and political instability, and a continued need to tighten the belt, may still put a damper on our peak season so we must remain cautious in our optimism.”

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A Better Summer Season Anticipated for Tourism

CEO of Cape Town Tourism, Enver Duminy says; “We are optimistic about the tourism outlook for this summer season with positive growth in forward bookings being felt by many of our members. We are hoping that the strong exchange rate, in favour of traditional source markets, and Cape Town’s recent spate of international accolades will be additional contributors to a good season for tourism. Of course, global economic and political instability, and a continued need to tighten the belt, may still put a damper on our peak season so we must remain cautious in our optimism.”

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DEVELOPMENT OF TOURISM BUSINESSES CAN DRIVE INCREASED GROWTH

World Tourism Day will be marked on 27 September after a round of positive news for the sector. The City of Cape Town’s tourism department recently released the findings of their Grant Thornton research, which revealed that Cape Town’s tourism sector represents 34 500 permanent and 15 000 temporary jobs, many of them in the semi-skilled or unskilled category. The report also revealed promising growth in direct spend by tourists; between 2009 and 2012.

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CAPE TOWN WISHES CAPE TOWN TOURISM CEO, MARIËTTE DU TOIT-HELMBOLD, BON VOYAGE

Mariëtte du Toit-Helmbold steps down as Cape Town Tourism’s CEO on 31 July, after nine years at the helm.

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