A Tribute To Elvis to make a comeback at Aintree Lodge

21 JULY 2016, PIETERMARITZBURG – Aintree Lodge Pietermaritzburg is hosting a comeback of the sell-out concert; A Tribute To Elvis, on Friday 22 July at 7pm. Andrea Giglio, Elvis Impersonator (That’s The Way It Was), will be performing some great numbers such as Are you lonesome tonight, It’s now or never and The wonder of […]

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Tshwana Foof Fest

Admin capital unveils Tshwane Food Fest

South Africa brace yourselves for a food festival like no other, hosted for the first time in the City of Tshwane. The Tshwane Food Fest, under the theme “An ART a city can narrate” will be an eclectic mix for a adventurous pallet. With the aim of bringing together people of different ages, races, cultures […]

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Comair turns 70

Amid the sobering statistics of slowed economic growth and declining investment and consumer spending, one South African company this month marks 70 years of uninterrupted, profitable operation in one of the toughest market sectors. It’s also in the midst of a R10bn fleet upgrade. Comair Limited – with its roots in a conversation among three […]

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Nils Rothbarth joins Fairmont Zimbali Lodge as new General Manager

Fairmont Zimbali Lodge & Resort and Fairmont Heritage Place, Zimbali is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Nils Rothbarth as General Manager effective 17 June 2016. Nils joins the properties from his latest position as General Manager for Radisson Blu Hotel, Addis Ababa in Ethiopia. Rothbarth, a German National with close to 30 years’ […]

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ACSA responds to Exclusive Books

Airports Company South Africa is currently involved in litigation with Exclusive Books relating to a book retailing tender which was awarded to Amger Retailing for the OR Tambo International departures space. Airports Company South Africa issues open retail tenders at seven year intervals for the Food and Beverage category and every five years for all […]

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How Troyeville Hotel’s heat pump paid for itself in 2 months

Located in the Johannesburg inner-city suburb of the same name and just up the hill from the Ellis Park stadium, the Troyeville hotel remains something of a legend with a loyal following across Johannesburg. Opened in 1939 as a male boarding house, the two-storey Troyeville Hotel (generally just called “the Troyeville”) has eight rooms which […]

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Emirates branded ICC Cricket World Cup 2015

Emirates upgrades Senegal fleet

Emirates has announced that its service between Dubai and Dakar, currently operated by an Airbus A340-300, will be replaced with a Boeing 777-300ER from 2nd September 2016. The change to the larger Boeing 777-300ER aircraft will offer an enhanced onboard experience for Emirates’ Senegalese customers and those travelling to Dakar from across the airline’s network. […]

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Guy Stehlik, CEO of BON Hotels

BON Hotels checks out of Shelley Point

The BON Hotels group has announced that they will no longer be continuing with the lease and management of BON Hotel Shelley Point, a 3-star hotel situated on the Cape West Coast. BON Hotels was instrumental in the successful business rescue in 2104 and subsequently took over marketing and management of the hotel operations. In […]

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