More travel woes for commuters as bus strike continues

Thousands of commuters around the country, who use buses as their primary mode of transport, will once again have to find alternate modes of transport on Thursday as the nationwide bus strike enters its second day. About 15 bus companies affiliated to transport union South African Transport & Allied Workers[…]

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Terror attacks set to impact travel sector

A recent wave in high-profile incidents of terrorism is likely to have detrimental effects on the tourism sector, with cancellations to popular tourist destinations across Europe already on the rise, according to a local tourism researcher. A series of coordinated attacks in Paris, suicide bombings in Beirut and other parts[…]

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SA visa regulations putting Brits off

The Telegraph, said to be one of the biggest websites in the United Kingdom, has run an online poll ahead of South Africa’s new visa rules set to come into effect on 1 June – and the results are alarming. South Africa’s new rules on travelling with children will require[…]

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Northlink students in uproar over bursary payments

Students at Northlink College’s Protea campus based in Bellville are angry after the lack in communication around the payment of travel and bursary payments. After approaching the head office’s finance department, students felt helpless and had no other alternative but to seek answers. They claim they were brazenly dismissed without[…]

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Travelling halal

A new website for Muslim travelers which includes a global directory of halal restaurants and dedicated city guides launched this week in a bid to capitalize on the growing number of Islamic tourists. Specialist Singapore-based firm Crescentrating said the site, which is called, offers a wide range of features for tourists[…]

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