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Unlike other TMCs with “footprints” that include joint ventures, franchisees and affiliate partners, each of our operations is wholly managed by the Wings group to ensure that our quality requirements are met, our single technology platform is in place and we provide consistent service. This is especially important for the service-critical government and state owned entities where travellers may interact with many different Wings offices. Our proven approach and disciplined delivery means that those travellers encounter a reassuring level of consistency regardless of which Wings office they are working with.

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  • The Capital Moloko to renovate
    Posted by hellen on July 18, 2018 at 9:15 am

    The Capital Moloko has announced plans to undergo a soft renovation, with the project aimed at updating its exteriors, carpeting and soft furnishings. It also includes a complete revamp of the hotel’s restaurant... […]

  • Virgin Atlantic honours Nelson Mandela
    Posted by hellen on July 18, 2018 at 8:57 am

    Virgin Atlantic has announced that it has named its newest Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner aircraft ‘Lady Freedom’, in honour of global icon, Nelson Mandela, a close friend of Virgin Atlantic founder, Sir Richard Branson... […]

  • Cuisine on the banks of Knysna Lagoon
    Posted by hellen on July 18, 2018 at 8:11 am

    At the Knysna Waterfront: 34 South is the ‘Home of the Knysna Oyster’. It is both a restaurant and a shopping destination. The restaurant serves oysters, seafood, sushi, pizzas, meat, poultry and mezze... […]

  • Choose a great venue to make a great conference
    Posted by hellen on July 18, 2018 at 8:00 am

    Faircity – Business Travellers - Blog As any good conference organiser will tell you, one of the biggest challenges when putting a conference together is the choice of the venue... […]

  • SA unabridged birth certificate requirement remains
    Posted by hellen on July 17, 2018 at 11:30 am

    Parents travelling with children to and from South Africa will continue to require unabridged birth certificates, despite recent media reports claiming the contrary. […]


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