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 About the Branch

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Deputy Director-General: Ms Mmaditonki Setwaba
​​​Telephone: +27 (0) 12 444 66312/6311


To oversee the provision of tourism sector support services.

  • Tourism Sector Human Resource Development: To facilitate management and implementation of tourism sector human resource development initiatives

  • Enterprise Development and Transformation: To manage and facilitate inclusive participation and sustainability in the tourism sector

  • Tourism Visitor Services: To manage and coordinate information integrity and facilitate accurate information for travelling

  • Tourism Incentive Programme: To manage the establishment of capital and tourism incentives to promote and encourage tourism development and growth.
Strategic objectives of the Branch
  • To facilitate the implementation of the tourism sector human resource development strategy.
  • To accelerate the transformation of the tourism sector.
  • To facilitate the development and growth of tourism enterprises to contribute to inclusive economic growth and job creation
  • To diversify and enhance tourism offerings.

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 Foreword – MaSisulu Recipe Book

A Meal for a Giant

On the centennial celebration of Mama Albertina Nontsikelelo Sisulu, we crown her immortalised life with a culinary dedication of African cuisine inspired by her legacy as an activist, a nurturer, humanitarian and midwife of our freedom and democracy.

We celebrate the life of Ma Sisulu with this melting pot of aromas and textures – a multi-sensory experience, that reflects the heart and passion of this giant. From zesty to smoky, hot and spicy to soothing, this culinary collection celebrates a cultural fusion and explosion of flavours.

In loving memory, we dedicate this recipe book to her and all who came before her.

We take pride in our food and culinary history as an integral part of our heritage, diversity and tradition. When we combine travel with our unique edible experiences, culinary tourism offers an authentic taste of place, and becomes a central facet to a tourist’s experience.

Food serves to connect us with the land and the people around us. It is a dynamic channel for sharing stories, forming relationships and building communities.

Through our National Youth Chefs Training Programme (NYCPTP), we have skilled more than 3000 unemployed youth from across our country to be professional chefs.

As gesture of gratitude, our graduates have proudly compiled this collection of recipes to honour Mama Sisulu.

We invite you to our table to share these unique dishes in celebration of the life of our icon Albertina Sisulu - a Woman of Fortitude.

Asitye Sibuse! Enjoy!Itatswe!

MaSisulu Recipe Book