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  • 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:  rsvp@klcbt.co.za 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 »


  • Thank you, City of Mbombela

    The KLCBT would like to thank the Mayor of City of Mbombela and the MMC for Community Safety who quickly responded to talk to the protestors who were blocking access roads to the Kruger National Park! This was followed by an immediate clean-up by Mbombela. Further to this, following requests … more »


  • Appalling road conditions in Mpumalanga: A threat to economic development and jobs

    Oupa Pilane, the President of the Kruger Lowveld Chamber of Business and Tourism (KLCBT), is pleading with the Mpumalanga Provincial Government to take tourism seriously and to start by fixing the roads, especially on the Panorama Route which is the jewel of tourism in the province. The Panorama Route is … more »


  • Mbombela Municipal Manager engages Business at KLCBT networking breakfast

    During another well-attended KLCBT breakfast, hosted at Emnotweni last Friday, the acting Municipal Manager of City of Mbombela, Mr Neil Diamond, gave an impressive presentation to business leaders of Mbombela. Diamond opened with a quote from Ji Xin Pin, President of the Peoples Republic of China, when he was asked … more »


  • KLCBT Budget Speech Breakfast hosted for the first time by Stabilis Inc

    Arguably, running a business has changed more dramatically over the last decade than during any other 10-year-period in history.  Some of the major changes to the way we do business on a daily basis include virtual offices, the Cloud, new communication mediums and mobile life. Also, in a recent global … more »


  • Municipality in talks with private sector – 16 February 2018, Lowvelder

    The City of Mbombela Local Municipality has entered into informal talks with the private sector to try and improve the local economy. Download article:  Municipality in talks with private sectors Lowvelder 16 February 2018


  • Kurger Lowveld Tourism’s priorities for 2018

    Kruger Lowveld Tourism (KLT) has its sight set on various strategic priorities for 2018, following a brainstorming session with the regional tourism body’s president and executive management. According to Lisa Sheard, Kruger Lowveld Tourism Executive Director and Marketing Consultant, KLT’s priorities this year include engaging with government and other stakeholders … more »


  • 2018 will be a good year for those who can embrace change

    The success and survival of business is depending on how they respond to change, uncertainty, crisis, etc.  We call ourselves entrepreneurs not only because we have a certain skill set and because we are working independently, but also because we should have this unique quality to be responsive to outside … more »