The 2020 theme for Tourism Month is
TOURISM AND RURAL DEVELOPMENT. This year’s theme was conceptualised, as
a recognition of the important role that tourism plays in the
development of rural communities by way of poverty alleviation,
employment creation and overall stimulation of economic activities
The staff of the Department of Tourism joined the rest of the country in celebrating the Nelson Mandela International Day with the children of the Child Welfare Tshwane Centre in Fountains Valley at the Groenkloof Nature Reserve on Sunday, 17 July 2016, under the theme, “Take action and inspire change”.
The Department of Tourism would like to warn members of the public against an organised syndicate (s) scamming unsuspecting members of the public and claiming to act on behalf of the Department.
The expo is an interactive opportunity between tourism curricula experts, tourism educators and learners and stakeholders to discuss diverse careers available in the sector. It is designed to empower thousands of learners across the country with information on tourism as a career choice through funding opportunities such as learnerships, internships, bursaries and life skills programmes.
In addition to highlighting the opportunities for women and the youth in tourism, the Imbizo will rally the community to take a firm stand against Gender-Based Violence and crime.
#TourismMonth2018 - The picturesque backdrop of the rolling hills where former President Nelson Mandela spent his childhood set the scene as South Africa celebrated World Tourism Day at Luchaba Nature Resort in Mthatha – Eastern Cape Province.
The Sho’t Left Travel Week, this ground-breaking initiative by South African Tourism will see a host of trade partners, airlines, hotel groups and tour operators offering generous discounts during the week starting 24 September 2018.
With days to go before the official Nelson Mandela Centenary celebrations, the youth of South Africa gathered in Parliament for the 2018 Nelson Mandela Youth Summit in honour the father of the nation’s legacy.
The South African National Biodiversity Institute, in partnership with the Department of Environmental Affairs and the Department of Tourism, cordially invite you to the launch of the Sisulu Circle at the Walter Sisulu National Botanical Garden.