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  • Tourism Mpumalanga – What is your New Year’s Resolution?

    Our New Year’s Resolution is to Put Mpumalanga Back on the Map for tourists. It is just not good enough for us all to sit around complaining that our tourist numbers are down and that we have fallen to sixth place in the league of the provinces. We must do … more »


  • Tips to do business in the Lowveld – Lowvelder

    To do business in the Lowveld, one has to understand the local culture. According to Linda Grimbeek, chief operating officer of the Kruger Lowveld Chamber of Business and Tourism (KLCBT), no standard advice guide on how to do better business, applies to the region. The KLCBT is the official representative … more »


  • Christmas Message from KLCBT President, Mr Oupa Pilane

    Members once again we are on the last lap of a bumpy 2018. The good this is that many of us have survived it and we thank God for that. We can all agree that times are harder now than they have ever been. We are all aware of the … more »


  • Minister Hanekom engages with Tourism Stakeholders in Mpumalanga

    Minister of Tourism, Derek Hanekom, was in Hazyview on Saturday 10th November to engage with tourism stakeholders in the hope of addressing issues of mutual concern. According to Chris Harvie, Chairperson of Hazyview Tourism Organisation, the meeting was encouraging and the Minister was attentive to the local tourism industry’s many concerns … more »


  • KLCBT’s input into the City’s planning

    As we do this time every year, KLCBT has once again provided input into the City of Mbombela’s Integrated Development Plan. This time, the focus was on economic development and opportunities for all. This is to be achieved through large catalytic projects across the Lowveld region, which will uplift the … more »


  • KLCBT Announces the 2018 Annual Awards Winners!

    The KLCBT Annual Awards is a showcase of Excellence, rewarding outstanding business achievements, sound business practices and recognising businesses and individuals who truly make a difference within the Kruger Lowveld Community. This is the 18th KLCBT Annual Awards ceremony, and the competition is always extremely tough. Every business announced as … more »


  • Thinking without limits at Tourism Roadshows

    Over a period of five days and six different venues within the Region, the Kruger Lowveld team presented the state of tourism in South Africa and more specifically in the Kruger Lowveld region to members and tourism stakeholders. KLCBT President and Kruger Lowveld Tourism Chair, Oupa Pilane, opened the roadshows with … more »


  • KLCBT Welcomes President Cyril Ramaphosa Stimilus Package

    The Kruger Lowveld Chamber of Business and Tourism (KLCBT) welcomes the stimulus package announced by President Cyril Ramaphosa on Friday 22 September 2018.   The economic recovery plan is set to stimulate economic growth and job creation. South Africa’s economy is under pressure, with the rising fuel costs, the depreciation … more »


  • Theo Venter and Kruger & Partners give valuable insights on land issues

    Co-hosted by Kruger & Partners, KLCBT presented an insightful networking breakfast event at Bundu Lodge yesterday. The guest speaker was renowned political analyst, Theo Venter, followed by a top legal and tax expert, Gideon Robbertse from Kruger & Partners. Venter gave a very interesting and objective presentation which included the … more »


  • KLCBT announces the 2018 Annual Awards Finalists!

    The KLCBT Annual Awards is a showcase of Excellence, rewarding outstanding business achievements, sound business practices and recognizing businesses and individuals who truly make a difference within the Kruger Lowveld Community. The competition is extremely tough and every business announced as a finalist can certainly be proud of their business … more »