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Tourism Radio and Cape Town Tourism produce audio travel guide

Cape Town Tourism delves deeper into the digital space next week with the launch of its Walking Tour of Central Cape Town mobile phone application.

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Gratitude to all involved in Hout Bay rescue operation

At a press conference held in the Cape Town city centre today, Western Cape Minister of Economic Development and Tourism, Alan Winde, expressed his sincere gratitude to those who conducted the rescue operation after the capsizing of the Miroshga Charter boat off the coast of Hout Bay at about 15h00 on Saturday, October 13, 2012.

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A virtual invasion of the Cape

Cape Town is expecting a massive influx of extra visitors in the next three months without many of them actually leaving their homes (as yet). These will be virtual visitors experiencing the delights of the Cape via a world-first Facebook-based travel app.

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Tourism sector called to action on sustainable energy this World Tourism Day

September 27 marks global World Tourism Day. Initiated and facilitated by the United Nations World Tourism Organisation (UNTWO), it is a day on which the tourism industry is called to consider its role in various pertinent global issues. The focus this year is on tourism and sustainable energy – powering sustainable development.

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Global heavyweights join International Seminar of Creativity

The Loeries is pleased to announce Keith Weed, chief marketing and communications officer of Unilever and John O’Keeffe, worldwide creative director of WPP, as the final two speakers for the International Seminar of Creativity, which takes place this Friday September 21 at Cape Town’s City Hall.

These renowned industry leaders will join James Hurman, author of The Case for Creativity, in a Google Hangout panel discussion, which will be moderated by Julie Maunder – the founder of SA’s fast-growing creative portfolio hub,

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Package deals drive more tourism for Loeries and creative month in Cape Town

The Loerie Awards may be the highlight of September’s creative calendar but there is a lot on offer for visitors wanting to soak up the city’s culture, design and creative innovation befitting a city that was recently announced as World Design Capital 2014.

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Tourism and wine meet at inaugural Vindaba

Vindaba is a three-day showcase of wine and wine tourism products, with a focus on trade promotion and exposure. The inaugural Vindaba 2012 event will take place in The Conservatory at the Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC) from 25-27 September, and will run alongside the annual Cape Wine event.

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Locals show their love for Cape Town this Tourism Month

September is traditionally celebrated as a month with a strong focus on citizen tourism in Cape Town, and Cape Town Tourism and the City of Cape Town are showcasing a number of ways in which Capetonians, Cape Town’s best ambassadors, can be tourists in their own city by making use of the affordable and exciting experiences on their own doorstep.

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Become one of 100 women wine judges

Fancy yourself as a wine connoisseur? Cape Town Tourism is looking for ladies who would like to sip, swirl, taste and judge South Africa’s top wines at the Ultra Liquors 100 Women 100 Wines competition.

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E-tourism summit: Tourism takes the lead in digital marketing

The fifth annual E-Tourism Africa Summit will take place on September 13 and 14, 2012 at the Cape Town International Convention Centre. Co-ordinated by E-Tourism Frontiers, the E-Tourism Africa Summit is hosted in partnership with South African Tourism and Cape Town Tourism.

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