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SA Toursim appoints Zwelibanzi Mntambo as chairman

SA Toursim appoints Zwelibanzi Mntambo as chairman

Public Protector Thuli Madonsela's claim that her letter to President Jacob Zuma was leaked by a senior ANC leader is preposterous and outrageous, the ANC said on Monday...., 2 months ago

Intersight Tours Participating World Travel Market-2014 at London

Intersight Tours & Travels Pvt Ltd, India's leading Travel and Tourism Management Company is participating the World Travel Market-2014. World Travel Market is a leading global event in the world travel industry a vibrant business-to-business ...
 Travel News2 weeks ago

» Switzerland spectacular scenery and story...

Lucerne on Lake Lucerne in central Switzerland and the historic Chapel Bridge and Mount Pilatus in the distance Swiss Tourism An alpine odyssey marked by unparalleled scenery. You have to wonder how such a small country—considerably smaller ...
 Montrealer3 hours ago

Winter in Switzerland

View from the Kulm Hotel St. Moritz. Switzerland is celebrating 150 years of winter tourism, which started in St. Moritz in the Engadin valley. Legend has it that hotelier Johannes Badrutt made a bet with a few of his summer guests in 1864. The ...
 Recommend1 day ago

Lobby group slams curfew

A human rights lobby, Haki Africa, has said the dusk-to-dawn curfew has increased poverty. Director Hussein Khalid said the curfew, that has been on for four months, is becoming counter-productive. In a letter to Inspector General of Police ...
 The Star (Kenya)1 day ago Kenya: Lobby Group Slams Curfew  AllAfrica.com1 day ago
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Naik inaugurates festival of India in Japan

By T3 News Network, Oct 29, 2014 The Festival of India in Japan was inaugurated by the Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Culture and Tourism, Shripad Naik and Tourism Minister of Japan Akihiro Ohta in Tokyo yesterday. The year-long ...
 Travel Trends Today1 day ago Union Culture Minister, Shri Shripad Naik inaugurats festival of India in Japan The yearlong festival to cover 20 cities in Japan  Web Newswire2 days ago

Gambia: The Gambia Int'l Boat Fishing Competition 2014

By Yunus Saliu One among the latest activities making waves that tourists and holidaymakers to Destination Gambia can enjoy during their holiday in The Gambia is tourism and fishing competition dubbed as 'The Gambia International Boat Fishing ...
 AllAfrica.com1 day ago

An abode for luxuristas

Luxe shopping, champagne climate and nightlife make St Mortiz a must-visit hot-spot for every style junkie LN Mittal's country abode is here. It's not hard to understand why the businessman chose this paradise. It's the perfect marriage ...
 DNA India2 days ago

Beltagy, Hegazy and Others Sentenced to 15 Years

Cairo — The Giza Criminal Court sentenced Saturday leading Muslim Brotherhood figure Mohamed El-Beltagy, Islamist preacher Safwat Hegazy, AlJazeera channel host Ahmed Mansour, and brotherhood member Hazem Farouk to 15 years in prison for torturing ...
 AllAfrica.com2 weeks ago
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Bodhisattva statue changes color

Mr. Huynh Huu Loc from Vinh Ngoc Commune in Nha Trang City possesses a bronze Quan The Am Bo Tat (Avalokitesvara Bodhisattva) statute which changes its color according to light. According to him, the 52cm tall statue changes color not only in ...
 VietNamNet Bridge2 weeks ago
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