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Curiocity takes you on a virtual street-art tour in Maboneng. 

Even though the travel and tourism industry has felt the hardest knock as a result of the Coronavirus, Curiocity is committed to connecting local and international travellers through a virtual street-art tour in the vibrant neighbourhood of Maboneng.

Tintswalo Lodges has introduced a self-catering  to stimulate local travel to accommodate South Arican's within the current lockdown restrictions. Exclusive-use, self-catering options are available at three Tintswalo properties, offering a safari and coastal breakaway. For R25 000 per night for 10 people (2-night minimum stay) offers excellent value  for a self-drive reunion close to home, or further afield once inter-provincial travel is allowed.

Once restrictions have eased visitors to Granny Mouse Country House and Spa might be content to chill and even read a book in the quiet country surrounds, many also like to get up close and personal with the beautiful countryside.The magic of the Midlands extends way beyond scenery and surrounds and offer a huge ‘to do’ list. 

Businesses need to approach upskilling with fresh eyes in the midst of a global pandemic. It’s important to be open to new ideas, and they need to do all this while adapting to the digital age.

Michael Gullan, Co-founder and Managing Director of G&G Digital, breaks down how businesses can usher in a new era of personal development and advocacy through innovative, custom-made platforms for customers and employees.

Watch the video to learn more about how e-learning, advocacy and online training can future-proof your business and team.


ServeUsPlease movement to hold peaceful protest Friday 24 July

In response to Government’s Covid-19 restrictions on the hospitality, tourism, food and alcohol, entertainment and affiliated industries, the #ServeUsPlease movement will hold a peaceful protest on Friday 24 July from 10am to 12pm.

Starting at the corners of Buitenkant Street in the CBD, protesters will create two linked lines down both sides of Roeland Street towards Parliament. The lines will continue down Plein Street, turn onto Spin Street then go up Wale Street.

Details for #ServeUsPlease protests in Johannesburg and other participating cities will be confirmed.

An iconic rock archway in the small Wild Coast town of Coffee Bay in the Eastern Cape province, Hole In The Wall is one of only two places in the world where a fresh waterfall crashes into the ocean. Here, you can marvel at the huge detached cliff with a giant opening carved through its centre, flanked by the warm Indian Ocean waters — definitely worth a dip. www.holeinthewall.co.za