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  • Protest action hampering tourism and business, says KLCBT

    The Kruger Lowveld Chamber of Business and Tourism (KLCBT) is becoming increasingly concerned about the continuing protest action, which is hampering tourism and business in Ehlanzeni.   “The KLCBT notes with concern the increase in violent service delivery protests that seem to be taking place every second day in Ehlanzeni. … more »

  • Pastor TJ Mare re-elected as Business Chamber Chairman

    During the first meeting of the newly confirmed Business Chamber Management Committee, held on Monday this week, Pastor TJ Maré was re-elected to lead the Chamber for the next term of two years. The two vice chairpersons going forward are, Mr Carel van Wyk (also re-elected) and Mr Rob Gibbs. … more »


    This is a unique opportunity to showcase your entrepreneur’s talent and most of all to promote your business at this most prestigious event. The evening is attended by 430 top business people and a select group of top government officials of the region.  This select audience will watch a short … more »

  • KLT congratulates Barberton-Makhonjwa Mountainlands team

    Kruger Lowveld Tourism (KLT) is thrilled that UNESCO has declared the Barberton-Makhonjwa Mountainlands as South Africa’s 10th World Heritage Site and Mpumalanga’s first!   Long recognised by geologists as having World Heritage potential, the Barberton-Makhonjwa Mountainlands was placed on South Africa’s World Heritage Tentative List by UNESCO in June 2008. … more »


    KLCBT hosted a very well attended AGM today, presenting a programme packed with feedback and information. After a presentation of the Annual Financial Statements, auditor Margaret Raubenheimer of A2A Kopano, gave an unqualified opinion and declared the organisation financially sound. Victor Bridges from Mobipaid explained the requirements and restriction /implications … more »

  • Lowveld well represented at expo – 18 May 2018, Lowvelder

    For the sixth year in succession, Kruger Lowveld Tourism had a stand at Indaba, South Africa’s premier tourism trade show.  Twenty-five members joined it. The show is held annually in Durban and took place this year from May 8 to 10. Feedback from stand sharers was generally positive.  Those who … more »

  • Africa’s Travel Indaba 2018

    For the sixth year in succession Kruger Lowveld Tourism took at stand at Indaba, South Africa’s premier tourism trade show. The show is held annually in Durban and took place this year from 8 to 10 May. Our 90m2 stand was the largest Kruger Lowveld has taken at the show. As with previous years, we … more »

  • KLCBT invites you to our Annual General Meeting – 13th June 2018

    All members of the Kruger Lowveld Chamber of Business and Tourism, and all interested parties are hereby invited to attend our Annual General Meeting to be held: Date:  13th June 2018 Time:  11h00 — 13h00 (followed by a light lunch) Venue:  Bundu Lodge RSVP: PROGRAMME: 2017 Financial and operational … more »

  • KLCBT President Oupa Pilane responds to the Mpumalanga Dept of Works, Roads and Transport (MDPWRT) : Fix our roads!

    Following the Kruger Lowveld Chamber of Business and Tourism’s front-page article in the Lowvelder recently, regarding the seriously dangerous state of the roads in province, we received comment from the Mpumalanga Department of Public Works, Roads and Transport (DPWRT). Below is the department’s comment on the article, and a further … more »

  • KLCBT invites nominations for new board and committee members

    It is election year for the KLCBT and new committee and board members will be elected as from the AGM taking place early in June. To prepare for these elections, we invite nominations from interested parties who wish to serve in these capacities. At the AGM, the new Business Chamber … more »