Overview

The #BuyaBusiness Expo is an annual exhibition held at the Ticketpro Dome.

The #BuyaBusiness Expo is an annual exhibition held at the Ticketpro Dome from 31 August – 2 September 2017. This expo connects entrepreneurs and investors who are looking to grow, diversify or enter into business ownership with one of the many business and franchise opportunities available at the show. The #BuyaBusiness Expo will run alongside the Small Business Expo. Visit www.BuyaBusinessExpo.co.za for more information.

Local attractions

The Rand Club, Johannesburg

The prestigious Rand Club, born in the gold rush heyday, still retains its proud reputation.. | More >

Modderfontein Nature Reserve, Gauteng

The Modderfontein Nature Reserve – once the hub of a dynamite factory – is Gauteng’s second-largest private reserve with open grasslands, hills and small dams brimming with water birds.. | More >

Mpumalanga's water birds

The water birds of Mpumalanga – whether rare or common - are highly sought after by birders. Discover why when you go birding in the province's national parks, rivers, dams and wetlands.. | More >

Overnight hides in the Kruger National Park

So you want to try a new experience and don’t mind roughing it? Then sleep out in one of the Kruger National Park’s overnight hides.. | More >

Top of Africa, Johannesburg

Check out the stupendous views of Johannesburg – the City of Gold – from the Top of Africa at the Carlton Centre.. | More >

City Sightseeing Bus, Johannesburg

What’s the best way to see some of Johannesburg’s most famous attractions? Just hop on one of the open-top City Sightseeing Bus tours.. | More >

Port Nolloth

From its days as a copper port to its current life as a diamond-and-fishing centre, Port Nolloth has always projected an image of romance and adventure.. | More >

Springbok to Port Nolloth – the diamond and copper route

A slow three-day drive between Springbok and Port Nolloth (including all points in between) in the Northern Cape reveals lesser-known aspects of culture, history and local colour.. | More >

Historic Plettenberg Bay

The lush forests and almost endless beaches of Plettenberg Bay have been enjoyed by Middle Stone Age people, early explorers and modern holidaymakers alike.. | More >

Port Elizabeth to Grahamstown – the 'wildlife route'

If you drive the ‘wildlife way’ from Port Elizabeth to Grahamstown, you can experience elephants, olives, some golf and a walk in the bush.. | More >

Quick Facts

  • Bikes and wines in Stellenbosch

    You can explore Stellenbosch wine farms by bicycle, enjoy wine tasting, food and wine pairing, and be part of educational cellar tours.

  • Star grading – a mark of quality

    A Star Grading plaque displayed at a venue, is a mark of quality from South African quality assurance body, the Tourism Grading Council of South Africa.

  • Durban

    Durban is known as ‘South Africa’s Miami’. Its sun, sea and golden beaches make it a favourite holiday spot for many South Africans.

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