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  • Kruger Lowveld Tourism Newsletter – 17 April 2018

    KLCBT President Oupa Pilane responds to the 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). … more »


  • Kruger Lowveld Tourism Newsletter – 10 April 2018

    Poor Road Conditions are harming Kruger Lowveld’s tourism industry; KLCBT assisting in avoiding closures of main tourism routes due to protests; Kruger Lowveld Ehlanzeni Welcome… Poor Road Conditions are harming Kruger Lowveld’s tourism industry Over the past few weeks, the very poor state of the roads within the region have … more »


  • KLCBT Newsflash – 5 April 2018

    Appalling road conditions in Mpumalanga, a threat to the local economy; Thank you, City of Mbombela; Deadline for submission of Workplace Skills Pland and Annual Training Report; Request for sponsorship for Early Childhood Development Awards… Download newsflash:  KLCBT Newsflash – 5 April 2018


  • Kruger Lowveld Tourism Newsletter – 3 April 2018

    Apalling road conditions in Mpumalanga, a threat to economic development and jobs; Let’s stop chasing our tourists away; Thank you Mbombela! Apalling 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 … more »


  • Kruger Lowveld Tourism Newsletter – 27 March 2018

    A message from SATSA CEO, David Frost; Mbombela Acting Municipal Manager engages with business; Easter quotas, Kruger National Park; Do you have everything you need for Mozambique for Easter? Do not leave valuables in cars… A message from SATSA CEO, David Frost Dear SATSA Members  Concerns around land reform have again … more »


  • KLCBT Newsflash – 23 March 2018

    Mbombela municipal manager engages Business at KLCBT breakfast; Place your banner advert on all outgoing e-mails of the KLCBT!!! Shocking statistics on theft out of vehicles in Nelspruit; Are you ready for the Easter Weekend? Download newsletter:  KLCBT Newsflash – 23 March 2018


  • Kruger Lowveld Tourism Newsletter – 20 March 2018

    Kruger Lowveld Tourism’s short course Welcoming Visitors; Kruger Lowveld presents to the Nordic market; Invitation to tea with the TGCSA team; RSVP now for the South African Youth Travel Confederation’s presentation… Kruger Lowveld Tourism’s short course:  Welcoming Visitors Kruger Lowveld Tourism is pleased to announce the first training session for … more »


  • KLCBT Newsflash – 15 March 2018

    Let us facilitate your next corporate event; Become a KLCBT corporate partner for a month – a unique opportunity; Who to contact at City of Mbombela; A Rajasthani Folk Dance Group to perform in Nelspruit on Saturday… Download newsflash:  KLCBT Newsflash – 15 March 2018


  • Kruger Lowveld Tourism Newsletter – 13 March 2018

    RSVP now for the South African Youth Travel Confederation’s presentation; Send us your news so that we can effectively market the Kruger Lowveld region; Entries now open for the 2018 Lilizela Awards…. RSVP now for the South African Youth Travel Confederation’s presentation The South African Youth Travel Confederation (SAYTC), which … more »


  • KLCBT Newsflash – 8 March 2018

    Brave Budget should keep ratings agencies at bay; World Economic Forum Global Competitiveness Report on SA for 2017/18; Become a partner in the School Principal Support Programme; NERSA’s reasons for their decision to allow Eskom’s 5,23% rate increase… Download newsflash:  KLCBT Newsflash – 8 March 2018