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Going Nowhere Slowly is one of the most successful travel-themed shows to emerge from Africa, enjoying seven seasons between 2005 and 2009, and changed the way in which South Africans travelled their own country. Refilwe Moloto speaks to the director and creator of the series, David Moore.LISTEN TO PODCAST
Tim Louw is advocating for long-term visas to attract a whole new kind of traveler. How hard can it be?LISTEN TO PODCAST
How can Alan Winde and his administration further tourism development in the province?LISTEN TO PODCAST
Although international travel will soon be opened up once again as Covid-19 lockdown restrictions are eased, domestic travel will be the order of the day in the immediate future as South Africans make do with taking in what is right there on their doorstep. Lekkeslaap has been helping people find accommodation of all types since they launched in 2013. Refilwe Moloto speaks to Gerriline Fouche, marketing manager for Lekkeslaap.LISTEN TO PODCAST
Robbie Knoetze is a tour oprator and owner of Beyond the Vine, which normally catered towards international tourists visiting the Western Cape. How has he had to change his business model to make up for the loss of international visitors to our shores? He shares some of his insights with Refilwe Moloto.LISTEN TO PODCAST
With CapeTalk Breakfast producer, Stephan LombardLISTEN TO PODCAST
Refilwe chats to Amman Muhammad, CEO of Islamic Banking at FNB, to get the ins and outs of Islamic banking.LISTEN TO PODCAST
The government and Eskom committed to bringing in additional electricity generation, but this will not solve the current issue of undersupply. Refilwe chats to Tygue Theron, Team Leader at Energy Partners Intelligence, to see what solutions can be implemented now.LISTEN TO PODCAST
Chief Economist at IQ Business, Sifiso Skenjana, speaks to Refilwe Moloto about what the IMF loan can mean for SA, and wether we should view it sceptically.LISTEN TO PODCAST