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Messages fron SA Tourism


Message from SA Tourism Chief Executive Officer,Thulani Nzima

SA Tourism CEO Thulani NzimaSouth African Tourism welcomes all teams, their managers and their fans to the Orange AFCON 2013: to the Beat at Africa’s Feet and to the greatest celebration of African unity (even if in a competitive environment) through sport.

We are delighted, grateful and honoured to host you here in South Africa, and we hope that you will enjoy our country, our hospitality and our people as much as you enjoy the awe-inspiring soccer, the thrill of each goal scored – or each goal saved.

We invite you and we encourage you to get out there and explore South Africa. As the tournament unfolds in Johannesburg, Durban, Port Elizabeth, Rustenburg and Mbombela, you will find yourself spoilt for choice in things to do and see outside of the stadiums.

Shopping, dining, listening to live music, clubbing, sightseeing or simply chilling out on the beach or at a relaxing day spa: whatever your calling is, you’ll find it all right here in South Africa.

More than anything else, we wish you many new friendships and countless precious memories of an iconic event on the African sports calendar in a country that’s delighted you chose to visit and where you will always be welcome as a friend.

Message from SA Tourism Regional Director for Africa, Phumi Dhlomo

Phumi DhlomoIt’s with great excitement that we welcome so many fellow Africans to South Africa for the Orange AFCON 2013 games.

We are grateful and overjoyed to be hosting the football fans of the African continent. For us at SA Tourism, it is important that you feel completely at home.

Regional Africa as a whole is one of our most valuable markets, growing in visitor arrivals by 8.5% in the first seven months of 2012.

Many of you visit South Africa regularly, while for some of you, our country might be a brand new experience.

However familiar you may be with South Africa, our mission is to deliver an experience that will embrace you and we promise you a memorable event as the continent comes together to celebrate.

In addition to the football you are also here at a great time to shop, as most retailers are in the middle of their summer sales.

So make this a sporty and value-for-money adventure. And don’t forget the fun factor. Right now, Africa’s heartbeat is here in South Africa, so join the rhythm of Africa and be inspired.

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