Cape Town Airport. A year after Jan Smuts Airport (now OR Tambo International Airport) on the Witwatersrand opened.

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  • Despite the Samsung Galaxy Note7 never officially launching locally, Samsung South Africa has announced that the handset is banned from all flights. As a result of this ban, Samsung South Africa is setting up exchange kiosks at Johannesburg’s OR Tambo...

  • Why don’t we fly around this country in small planes that carry, say, five to twenty-five passengers – and in the same way, and to the same extent that they do in places like Botswana or Kenya? Is the legislative environment the stumbling...

  • There are not a lot of hotels near Cape Town International Airport. Most business and leisure travelers are in a hurry to get to Cape Town, or reluctant to leave, and understandably so, given the city’s many attractions. That’s why the 145-room Hotel...

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    Cape Town International Airport was opened in 1954, a year after Jan Smuts Airport (now OR Tambo International Airport) on the Witwatersrand opened.

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