South Africa Tourism ends five-city West African roadshow
Opened in Kumasi, the event saw a total of 53 Delegates and 17 SA Specialist graduates. Accra was the next stop where the event had a total delegate of 117 and 20 SA Specialist graduates. In Abuja, total delegates that attended were 132 and 14 SA Specialist, Graduates. Port Harcourt had a total of 91 delegates present and 10 SA Specialist graduates. At the final roadshow event in Lagos, a total of 185 delegates were present and 122 SA Specialist graduates.
During the event in Lagos, South African Consul-General in Lagos Mr Darkey Africa stated the importance of cultural diplomacy which he claimed is a tool of diplomacy that focuses on promoting South Africa’s culture in West Africa to advance the country’s trade, political, diplomatic, and socio-economic interests. He believes that Nigeria, Ghana and South Africa have a lot in common.
The roadshows witnessed participation from key South Africa Tourism stakeholders, trade partners and South Africa Products Owners (SAPO). It also highlighted South Africa’s affordable experiences and diversity of offerings to key travel partners in the West African region spanning across travel, accommodation, entertainment, and events, with a focus on the opportunity for partnership development.
At the events, participants engaged in workshops, SA Specialist graduation ceremony and also witnessed the launch of the South Africa Trade Awards. Among the exhibitors were the Tsogo Sun group, Sun International, the Hilton, South African Airways, other airlines from East Africa and numerous tour operators.
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