Infographic: Lack of productivity causes

By |January 26th, 2016|

How to get the productivity juices flowing among your employees in 2016

By |January 21st, 2016|

Starting work in January right after the holiday can be challenging for most of us and it takes a while to get back into the groove, shake the lingering sand from the beach. Then again, it is in fact vital that everyone in a company kick off the New Year with a bang as this […]

How to travel through South Africa like a local

By |December 9th, 2015|

South Africa is a sunny, colourful nation inhabited by the Big Five and very friendly people. What with so many cultures, how does one know how to act? Which customs do you follow? What to say, what to eat? Don’t worry friend, no matter the culture, you will learn a lot.

To get you started before […]

5 Things you might not know about Namibia

By |October 30th, 2015|

Namibia is the second least populated country on earth

There are just about two million people living in Namibia. The San Bushmen of the Kalahari Desert are considered Namibia’s first people but they have no homeland. They moved around following the migratory patterns of animals. The largest tribe in Namibia is the Ovambo tribe with an […]

5 Hidden gems of South Africa

By |September 28th, 2015|

Big Pineapple in Bathurst:

If you drive around in Bathurst you will spot the world’s largest pineapple. This man made structure is 16.7 metres tall and is made of a fibreglass outer skin covering the steel and concrete structure.

This interior consists of 3 floors. On the first floor you can find all sorts of pineapple themed […]

The benefits of travel incentives for employees

By |September 28th, 2015|

Money is considered the most expensive incentive and it is not as effective as some employers might think. Employees often think of the extra cash as part of their salary and usually stuff it into the house budget or it goes towards paying bills. In the end, employees feel they did not get any enjoyment […]

Discover 5 things that make Zimbabwe unique:

By |September 18th, 2015|

Zimbabwe is situated between the Zambezi and Limpopo rivers in Southern Africa. The Shona people built Zimbabwe between the eleventh and fifteenth centuries and you can find natural shelters in the Matobo Hills. Now, Zimbabwe might not spring to mind as a travel option but here are 5 unique features that are bound to change […]