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Myan Moodley takes the reins at Sibaya

There is a new man at the helm of Sun International’s Sibaya Casino & Entertainment Kingdom, Myan Moodley. Myan recently took the position of General Manager after a successful tenure at the same group’s Wild Coast Sun Casino. Bringing with him a wealth of experience, this dynamic and career-focused leader has worked in the entertainment and...

Tsogo Sun Hotels celebrates 50 golden years of growth

Tsogo Sun Hotels is celebrating 50 years of successful growth and an enduring contribution to the South African hospitality industry as the country’s biggest hotel group. The company was founded in 1969 with the launch of six Southern Sun Hotels by SA Breweries and Sol Kerzner, and today consists 110 hotels and a 60% interest in Hospitality...

NOMINATE TODAY! Top Women in MICE Awards extends nominations deadline

The Top Women in MICE Awards has announced that it will extend the deadline for nominations until the end of June. “We are so excited about all the new developments we are seeing taking place in our industry and we remain committed to recognising the invaluable contribution made by our women. To this end, we feel our nominations should be...

R2.7 million in crispy cash notes…because Cash IS King at Silverstar!

For the first time in the Tsogo Sun Gaming group, the new Cash is King gaming promotion at the West Rand’s favourite entertainment destination, Silverstar, is giving away a tantalising total of R2.7-million in instant cash prizes! To be one of the guaranteed 2 300 winners, clear your diary, grab your Silverstar Rewards card and play slots and...

Silverstar’s Bomi Bukali is building the brand with passion

Bomi Bukali, Silverstar Casino’s new Communications Manager, has embraced her career in the casino industry with energy and passion, which she says: “is an essential part of thriving in this exciting industry”. Bukali joined Tsogo Sun in August 2016 as PR & Communications Co-ordinator at the group’s head office and was appointed to her new...

Stop smacking the snooze button; Climate disruption is here

“Stop smacking the snooze button. Climate disruption is here. You need to know what to do,” says sustainability facilitator, greening specialist and climate change leader Lorraine Jenks. Having researched the impacts of climate change on events and tourism in Africa, Jenks is in a position to help you understand WHY climate change is having the...

Tourism: Economic friend or environmental foe?

Whilst it boosts the economy, encourages growth and development, by nature, tourism takes its toll on the planet. On the doorstep of Cape Town International, Hotel Verde finds ways to turn the potential curse into a blessing. In 2017, Iceland received over two million tourists contributing over 8% of their GDP. But in a country with a population...

Palazzo presents perfect wine and dinner pairings

“Wine is the only artwork you can drink.” Luis Fernando Olaverri The pairing of food and wine takes centre stage at The Palazzo at Montecasino for one elegant, exclusive event each month as a selection of fine wines from a leading wine estate are paired with a multi-course menu, presented by Tsogo Sun’s group sommelier, Miguel Chan, and The...

7 reasons why exhibitions are still relevant

Exhibiting is not just a way to keep an eye on the competition and get out of the office; more than anything, it is a fantastic way to attract potential customers and provide increased exposure for your products and services. BUILD BRAND AWARENESS Exhibitions provide unique opportunities to raise awareness of your business among the people who...

Conference down memory lane

Historic venues are often set in spectacular surroundings, creating a superb backdrop for your event. They make an interesting choice, particularly if you can combine a tour or presentation on the history of the venue at some point during your conference. Additionally, gala dinners hosted in grand rooms with a plethora of original features are...