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    Tshifhiwa Tshivhengwa CEO of TBCSA is the recipient for the Skål International South Africa's Karl Twigg's Award 2020


    President of Skål International Pretoria Karin Sieberhagen Fouche together with the Lavonne Wittmann Past Skål International World President 2019 will be handing over the Karl Twiggs Floating Trophy in honour of a valuable contribution to the Tourism Industry to Tshifhiwa Tshivhengwa CEO of TBCSA.

    The Handover of the Karl Twigg's Award will take place on Thursday 25th March 2021 @ Kleinkaap Boutique Hotel Centurion Pretoria from 12:00 

    We would love all Skålleagues, Tourism Friends and Associates to join us to applaud Tshifhiwa.

    He together with his team and other Tourism role players, were the driving force and one of the voices to bring the challenges facing this sector to our Government. 

    Skål International Pretoria's President Karin is looking forward to sharing this momentous occasion with you.


    Warm Regards
    National President Skål International South Africa 

    Skål International , founded in 1934 , is a professional organisation of Tourism leaders  around the world, promoting global tourism and friendship. It is the only international group uniting all branches of the travel and tourism industry.

    Uzakrota Travel Awards – the global initiative to recognize and reward excellence in travel and tourism – unveiled the 2020 winners of its World Leading categories yesterday. It has been announced that Skål International has won the World's Leading Tourism Association Category among eight other associations that were nominated for this category. 










    Vaccine rollouts are the next step in curbing the COVID-19 pandemic. Here at OCTANORM, we can keep you one step ahead with our approved designed, consulted and feasible protective measures, providing a hygienically safe concept for vaccine centres as currently being implemented in Germany, Belgium, the Netherlands and the UK.

    “South Africa’s exhibition industry has a proven track record of providing quick and affordable solutions in response to the Covid-19 pandemic. From testing and isolation centres to field hospitals, the exhibition industry’s temporary structures have allowed us to re-purpose our stock and create solutions in response to this health crisis,” says Justin Hawes, MD of Scan Display, a company that builds exhibition stands and infrastructure. “We can help with the next step in the pandemic response, with the set-up of vaccination centres around the country.”

    Hawes explains that Scan Display stocks a product well suited to these temporary builds, “Shell scheme is a simple walling system that is synonymous with exhibitions. Because it is modular, it can be configured in endless ways and adapted to fit any space or structure. It can also be assembled and taken down in short time frames, and it is inexpensive, easy to transport and can be repurposed after each use.”

    Branding and retail display specialist, Scan Display, has devised a new cost-effective solution for shopping kiosks. Its Showcase Kiosk range is available for short term rental, and the standard modular components can be readily configured for retailers’ unique requirements.

    “With the disruptions that Covid-19 is causing to our lives, we believe this cost-conscious and flexible option is a game changer for retailers who don’t want to be locked into long-term rental contracts,” says Justin Hawes, MD of Scan Display.

    Using the company’s ready-to-go showcases, counters and fabric branding, Scan Display can provide simplified shopping kiosk rentals that are affordable, versatile and have a quick turnaround time.



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