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  • KLCBT welcomes new development

    Published in Lowvelder, 21 June 2019 CITY TO SEE MASSIVE NEW DEVELOPMENT A planned R5 Billion development is set to transform the city’s skyline and revive the town… Guma Group have been awarded the tender to develop the land where Nelspruit Rugby club is situated… Linda Grimbeek of KLCBT said … more »


  • Kruger Lowveld Tourism Reacts to Tourism-related Crime Incidents

    Following a number of robberies committed on tourists along the roads around Graskop and Sabie over the long weekend, Kruger Lowveld Tourism is taking the matter up at the highest possible levels to secure strong government and police intervention. The Mpumalanga MEC for Community Safety, Security and Liaison, Ms Gabisile … more »


  • Justin van Staden shines at Golf Day

    A day of fun and the most perfect Lowveld weather—that was KLCBT’s golf day last Friday.  Justin van Staden missed his shot to win the elusive R20 000 cash prize offered by Kruger & Partners for a hole in one on the 13th, but he got it right on the … more »


  • Community, the answer to growing Barberton’s Tourism – 14 June 2019, Lowvelder

    Exciting times lie ahead for tourism in the town, according to stakeholders of Barberton Community Tourism. The AGM took place at the rugby club last Thursday. Linda Grimbeek from KLCBT was the programme director and ipined that all the partners needed to band together to create opportunities for tourism in … more »


  • Lowvelders ready to choose their parties – 7 May 2019, Lowvelder

    Download this article:  Lowvelders ready to choose their parties – Lowveld Media 07 May 2019


  • Logistics talk empowers attendees – 19 Apr 19, Lowvelder

    Guests had the opportunity to enjoy and informative meeting during the Rohlig-Grindrod’s presentation at the Kruger Lowveld Chamber of Business and Tourism networking breakfast.  It was held on Wednesday at Nou;s Toeka.  Philippe de Pinchart from Rohlig-Grindrod did the presentation. Attendees had the opportunity to get up to date with … more »


  • KLCBT’s reports presented at the AGM

    During a well attended AGM of over 80 members present, the KLCBT’s senior management presented a very interesting overview of the organisation’s activities and its vision for the coming year(s). Auditor Margaret Raubenheimer from A2A Kopano declared the company solvent with sound financial practices and gave an unqualified audit report … more »


  • Tourism Organizations’ Roles are vital – 12 April 2019, Lowvelder

    In the Lowveld business is tourism and tourism is business – almost every business is dependent of the well-being of tourism. Local Tourism Organisations (LTO), established in most towns in the Lowveld position their members centrally in the daily activities of their industry – locally and nationally.  LTOs form the … more »


  • Mbombela on Road to Recovery

    Mbombela municipality is on a road to recovery, but there is still a long way to go.  During a breakfast hosted by KLCBT last week, Mr Neil Diamond give details of all improvements and focus areas for the future, including how the city will deal with Eskom, water and improved … more »


  • Business Losing Confidence – Lowvelder

    The last bit of trust in Eskom and government’s ability to deal with the situation has disappeared.  This has led to business confidence plummeting.  They will not invest a single cent in projects, marketing campaigns, increased employment and expansion until they are 100% sure of a turnaround. How can we … more »