Local & International Travel

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Partnership Successfully Reduces Fatalities

I-Pledge remains committed to reducing needless road deaths

IMPERIAL I-Pledge partnered with the N3 Toll Concession providing Europcar vehicles to assist with route surveillance, patrol support, and post crash care activities over busy

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Car Seats for Kids

Donate Your Car Seat

If your kids have outgrown their car seats, whether it’s a baby, toddler or booster safety seat, donate them.

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A World First Opens in SA

Baby Rhino Orphanage

Africa’s first specialist, dedicated, non‐commercial centre to care for baby rhinos has officially opened at the Wildlife & Cultural Centre at Legend Golf & Safari Resort in the Limpopo Province.

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Road Safety

Take the Pledge!

The overall impact of the I-Pledge campaign has already played a significant role in enhancing road safety on the N3 Toll Route during the past holiday season.

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Cape Town to Dublin by Scooter

Adventure with an Agenda

Four courageous scooter riders departed from the Red Cross War Memorial Children’s Hospital in Cape Town at the beginning of February to embark on a massive eight month

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Record number of Blue Flag beaches in SA

by onRoute

36 South African beaches have been awarded full international Blue Flag status for 2012.

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Wise Advice for a Happy Holiday

by onRoute

Here are some practical tips to ensure you have a safe and happy holiday with no nasty repercussions on your return.

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Travel Awards

SA Cleans Up at 2012 World Travel Awards

First held in 1994, the World Travel Awards has grown in prestige to become known as “the Oscars” of the tourism industry.

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Aerial Cableway Reopens!

by onRoute

After two years of anticipation, the Hartbeespoort Aerial Cableway has officially re-opened!

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Global Tourism targets 5.1 million New Jobs

by onRoute

Mr Marthinus van Schalkwyk believes more money and jobs can be generated by better facilitation of visas.