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Kalahari Sands Hotel & Casino Namibia

Kalahari Sands Hotel & Casino Namibia

Gustav Voigts Centre, 129 Independence Avenue, Windhoek, Namibia
+264612800000
Namib Diesel CC

Namib Diesel CC

28 Second Street, Walvis Bay, Namibia
+26464203971
Karibib Mining & Construction Company (Namibia) Limited

Karibib Mining & Construction Company (Namibia) Limited

8 Wasserfall Street, Swakopmund, Namibia
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Telecom Namibia

Telecom Namibia

9 Luderitz Street, Windhoek, Namibia
+264 61 201 2878
Andres Landscaping

Andres Landscaping

15 Moses Tjitendero Street, Windhoek, Namibia
+264 6125 2447, +264 81127 0631
Ontuli Refrigeration and Electrical Services CC

Ontuli Refrigeration and Electrical Services CC

Unit 16, Khomasdal Industrial Park, Ranonkel Street, Windhoek, Namibia
+264 8124 23673

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Airbnb deal with Cape Town a first in Africa

Airbnb and the City of Cape Town signed the hospitality platform’s first collaboration agreement with a city in Africa on Wednesday.

Under the agreement, Airbnb and the City will work together to promote the benefits of people-to-people tourism for Cape Town residents and their communities, and promote Cape Town across the world as a unique travel destination.

Since 2008, hosts on Airbnb have welcomed over 200 million guests in 191 countries. In Cape Town there are 17 600 active listings on Airbnb and hosts have earned a ...

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INCUBUS SET TO ROCK SOUTH AFRICA

Multi-platinum alt-rock icons Incubus, are coming to tour South Africa for the first time in February 2018. The Californian rockers released their eighth album this year, aptly named ‘8’, and are celebrating the 20th anniversary of their first major label album ‘S.C.I.E.N.C.E’ with a world tour.

The South African leg of the tour will kick off in Pretoria on 24 February at the Voortrekker Monument before hitting Cape Town on 28 February at the Green Point A Track and will include support by South Afric...

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Launch of Google Street View for SANparks to boost...

Google launched a large collection 360-degree images of South Africa’s most remote areas, including 170 trails of the country’s national parks and reserves.

The project, which was done in collaboration with Wesgro, Cape Town-based travel company Drive South Africa, Cape Nature and SANparks, saw the release of Google Street View of all South African National Parks.

Fourteen significant nature reserves in the Western Cape including the West Coast National Park in the Cape West Coast, Bontebok National Park in th...

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New activities for Sun City

A new rope adventure park has been developed at the Valley of the Waves, by integrated tourism group Tourvest in partnership with Chimp & Zee. Scheduled to open on November 25, the park is offered through the group’s Sun City based Mankwe-GAMETRACKERS business.

The 45-minute long activity will include high balancing beams, zip lines, hanging spider nets and jungle rope bridges.  It will have two access points, allowing day visitors outside the Valley of the Waves to enjoy the facility as well.

Mankwe-GAMETRACKERS ...

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Organic waste could provide the building materials...

Cities could tackle the global problem of rising levels of waste and depleted resources by using organic waste, such as bananas, potatoes and maize as building materials, Arup predicts.

 

Globally the construction industry is one of the largest users of raw materials; in the UK alone it accounts for 60% of all raw materials consumed*. Capturing organic waste streams from cities and the countryside could provide the industry with lower-cost, lower-CO2 building materials such as bricks, insulation and partition boa...

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The Wild Coast – unspoiled nature at its best

The Eastern Cape’s rugged Wild Coast, which stretches from the Mtamvuna River in the north to the Great Kei River in the south, is one of the world’s most untouched scenic locations. This unspoiled natural treasure is a superb destination for those seeking something less crowded.

The Wild Coast is Xhosa tribal country, the birthplace of Nelson Mandela, with a landscape dotted by tribal huts and gentle rolling hills. Cattle roam freely, even on the beaches. Intriguing shipwrecks, spectacular rock formations, pristine white...

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