Giancarlo’s Italian themed pop-up restaurant has officially closed after its summer season run making way for the legendary Katarina’s restaurant to once again open from Tuesday to Saturday, lunch and dinner 12:00 until 22:00, kitchen closes at 21:00, and a Sunday Lunch Buffet from 12:00 until 15:00, kitchen closes at 14:30.

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Netcare is delighted that the proposal it submitted to the City of Cape Town that Salazar Plein, on Cape Town’s foreshore, be renamed the Hamilton Naki Square in memory of Hamilton Naki, is under consideration. Netcare has also recognised Hamilton Naki and his contribution to the advancement of medicine through an exhibition on the 12th floor in the adjacent Netcare Christiaan Barnard Memorial Hospital.

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Granny Mouse Country House & Spa, based in the KZN Midlands and known for its outstanding attention to detail, food and service for over 30 years, has been shortlisted as a potential winner for the Luxury Travel Guide Awards for 2017. 

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British Airways has named its six top destinations for South African travellers in 2017 and its January sale is making it easier to get there.

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JOHANNESBURG – Three of First Car Rental’s airport branches have been awarded 2016 Best Medium Car Rental Operator by the Airports Company South Africa (ACSA).

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In the midst of a volatile Rand and GDP growth slowing down, one sector that stands to benefit from a relatively weaker Rand this festive season is tourism. According to Wiza Nyondo, Head of Tourism at FNB Business hotels, guesthouses lodges, camps, restaurants and tour operators can all expect a busy festive season.

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One of the best aspects of travel is the break from routine, which for many of us means relief from the stop-and-start traffic of the daily commute. So why sit behind the wheel when you’re on holiday?

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The festive season is almost upon us and you’re probably prepared to party… But are you fully prepared to stay safe during the holidays as well? Royally prepared?

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JohannesburgIf you are lucky enough to travel overseas you know there is a lot to do and plan before you can relax at your destination. We understand how important it is that you know which boxes to tick to ensure you are ready for your journey.

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BON Hotels, a South African-based hospitality company that owns, manages and markets hotels throughout Africa, has expanded on its CSR initiatives with the introduction of BONangels, a platform launched in South Africa and Namibia earlier this year which is now being rolled out to nine hotels across five cities in Nigeria, and hotels in Uganda and Ethiopia.

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