South Africa’s breath-taking scenery, incredible wildlife, beautiful beaches and enviable climate are what make the country one of the world’s top travel destinations. However, these assets are at risk unless sustainability efforts are seriously ramped up, particularly in the tourism sector.
Annually, South Africans around the world unite and celebrate our shared cultural heritage on the 24th of September (Heritage Day) with a braai – the country’s favourite pastime. While braais or chisa nyamas are a South African tradition, did you know that many countries around the world also have barbecues ingrained in their culture?
Following on from the recent announcement by Premier that phased re-openings of its Hotels and Resorts have commenced, the independent Hotel Group has also revealed plans for various re- furbishments and new builds due to come to market soon.
Further to the announcement in Alert Level 3, Premier Hotels has continued openings of selected hotels, as well as opening all booking channels for hotels into 2021.
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