South Africa’s World Cup Legacy

As the football world cup comes to its successful end questions remain regarding what the legacy of the tournament will be. For the people of South Africa the tournament has brought a respite from the continual doom & gloom that is expressed in the world’s media. We can look back now and laugh particularly at the British tabloid newspapers, who predicted race war, lions in the streets and even earthquakes. In the event, the tournament passed off with crime levels lower than in previous European tournaments and with people of all races and nations coming together across fan parks and grounds everywhere in the country.

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Favourite Five - Post World Cup Rest & Relaxation

Every now and again, the Uluntu team sit down to discuss and share new experiences, destinations, places of interests, and anything fun and exciting that we came across during recent site visits, educationals, holidays or weekend getaways (yes, we LOVE to sneak out of the office as often as we can to visit and experience a new guest house, lodge, restaurant or tour). We have decided to share some of our favourite places with you, so please keep visiting our blog in future to see what we have been up to.

Today’s Favourite Five - The best destinations to visit to recover from post World Cup fatigue (and boy do we need to rest our tired feet after many miles on the Cape Town Fan Walk, and soothe our sore throats after hours of cheering in support of our favourite teams).

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Tourism Safety Initiative

The Tourism Safety Initiative (tsi) is a crime prevention and victim support programme for the Tourism industry in South Africa. The tsi is working closely with Business Against Crime South Africa (BACSA) and other tourism industry partners to use combined resources to assist the South African Police in fighting crime.
Read more about the Tourism Sector Strategy on safety and crime in Natalia Thomsons article published in today’s Tourism Update

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