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South Africa Tourism hosting module III of its popular classroom training session 'Learn South Africa'



South Africa Tourism will be hosting module III of its popular classroom training session 'Learn South Africa' for its travel partners in India from June 12 through July 28, 2012. It was announced by Ms. Hanneli Slabber on Wednesday (July 4, 2012) in Kolkata. The learn South Africa training programme was launched in 210 with the objective to enhance knowledge of frontline staff about South Africa.



Images by Somnath Roy Chowdhury/IBNS


2012-07-05






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