A story of hope and inspiration from the Grootbos Foundation
FTT-certified Bartholomeus Klip’s talented twin sisters, Lesley and Louise, have recently published a cookbook filled with recipes, stories and photographs from the farm.
When she stepped onto the stage at Melrose Arch to accept !Xaus Lodge’s 2010 Imvelo Award for responsible Tourism, Ellen Bok represented the Community Owners of !Xaus Lodge, an extraordinary success story. But Ellen was also there because of the role she had played in the lead-up to winning the award.
FTTSA is one of the 10 first certification bodies to be recognized by Global Sustainable Tourism Council (GSTC). We would like to share with you what this means and why we are proud of being recognized by GSTC.
FTTSA and SAT have signed a joint marketing agreement to introduce the concept of Fair Trade Tourism to the Australian market. As part of this, our Marketing Manager recently participated in a 10-day whirlwind road-show of New Zealand and Australia.
Chantal Stansfield was the lucky winner of an action packed weekend in Soweto in collaboration with FTTSA, Getaway Magazine, SoWeToo, FTTSA-certified The Soweto Hotel & Confreence Centre and FTTSA-certified Lebo’s Soweto Backpackers.
On Tuesday 16 October Travelmole published an interview with FTTSA Excecutive Director Jennifer Seif.
Jennifer Seif of Fair Trade Tourism South Africa talks to Valere Tjolle of Vision on Sustainable Tourism: Tour operators – pay fair prices and be transparent
Shandukani Joyce Mulaudzi was born in 1973 on top of the Soutpansberg mountains on the western side of Louis Trichardt on the farm Bangor.
During 12 months you will be able to see FTTSA in Ethical Living, a magazine that caters to a small, but focussed target market in South Africa that wants to live an ethical and environmentally conscious lifestyle.