AirBnB has highlighted what it deems are some of the defining trends in global and African tourism.
Among these are “the sharing economy” and “unique accommodation”.
The World Travel Market Africa conference takes place in Cape Town from 6 April 2016 to 8 April 2016.
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Airbnb’s Lena Sönnichsen (Head of Communications, Middle East and Africa).
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South Africa is an amazing market for us! The growth is incredible! There are more than 20 000 listing in the country with 10 000 in Cape Town.— Lena Sönnichsen, Airbnb
Cape Town is the 21st biggest market in the world.— Lena Sönnichsen, Airbnb
Brigid Prinsloo, Airbnb host and founder of Superhost South Africa, gives advice on turning your home into a cash cow on Airbnb.
The tourism industry is questioning the veracity of the surprisingly upbeat tourism figures and the timing of their release.
Airbnb announced on Wednesday that it has grown home listings in South Africa to more than 13 000.
Tourism Business Council of SA CEO Mmatsatsi Ramawela's career in tourism spans more than two decades. This is her story...
The Tourism Minister says new entry requirements are unhelpful and hurt tourism. Home Affairs begs to differ. Who is right?
We interview the company’s area manager about their aggressive plans to expand their presence in South Africa.
We interview the author of "The Tourism Coach", a book aimed at entrepreneurs and would-be entrepreneurs in the tourist sector.
The community is demanding that the police act accordingly and remove gangsters from their community.
She says President Zuma was uncomfortable with her and her decisions which saw changes to the ANC and Motsoeneng ousted.
Even slow-moving traffic cannot dampen the mood in Cape Town because payday came early. Watch Capetonians celebrating payday.
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviews Pauli van Wyk, a journalist with Scorpio at Daily Maverick.
Sharone Daniels, a community activist in Cape Town's Ocean View says they need police intervention to end gang violence.
A government employee emailed John Maytham about what he or she believes is the real state of play with the Cape water crisis.