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LATEST NEWS FOR Tsogo Sun Hotels Ltd.  

Tsogo Sun Hotels is the leading hospitality company in southern Africa. Combining an established 50-year heritage with a professional and energised approach, the group proudly encompasses over 100 hotels offering 19 000 hotel rooms across all sectors... [more info]

Tsogo Sun Hotels flags lower core profit

21 May 2020 /  Image: Supplied  
Due to travel restrictions.

SA lockdown: tourist attractions, casinos, more hotels close

UPDATE
25 Mar 2020 /  Suren Naidoo   14
SAA suspends all domestic flights, as tourism sector braces for massive losses due to Covid-19.

Covid-19 forces temporary closure of 36 Tsogo hotels

21 Mar 2020 /  Suren Naidoo   11
‘Total collapse of demand’ will see around 7700 rooms or 40% of the SA group’s portfolio ‘deactivated’ over the next few weeks.

SA casino industry to meet on coronavirus concerns

17 Mar 2020 /  Suren Naidoo   6
Sun International says the hospitality and gaming industry will take a hit, but curbing the virus comes first.

Tsogo Sun’s new initiative to change the hotel game

5 Feb 2020 /  Moneyweb   
Tim de Raedt - Director of Operations, hi Hotels

Tsogo launches hi Hotels, eyes Beverly Hills expansion

20 Dec 2019 /  Suren Naidoo   2
First new hi-branded hotel to open at Tsogo Sun Gaming’s flagship Montecasino in Joburg.

Tsogo Sun cautious on hotel sector recovery in 2020

27 Nov 2019 /  Suren Naidoo   1
But the hotel group's CEO says there is enormous longer-term upside potential for tourism growth in SA.

Durban beachfront promenade gets R380m extension

15 Nov 2019 /  Suren Naidoo   29
It’s now the longest uninterrupted waterfront promenade in Africa – making the city’s most important tourism asset even more attractive.

SA Tourism: Why are whistleblower allegations still a secret?

3 Oct 2019 /  Suren Naidoo   7
Suspended CEO faces internal inquiry following forensic investigation as several board members resign.

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