Archive for November, 2010

Jeff’s View – From poachers to protectors to poachers

November 18th, 2010 | News | 2 Comments

Every week Jeffrey van Staden provides his own very personal perspective from the tourism frontline in Africa. Whether positive or negative feel free to comment

There is more wildlife in southern Africa now than a hundred years ago. Although even at that time the idea of conservation was in practice. Zulu kings, Shaka and Dingiswayo, hunted in the region of South African, a stone’s throw from where I grew up, which is today known as Hluhluwe /umfolozi National Park. Read More

Nick Tolhurst’s CSR Blog

November 6th, 2010 | News | 2 Comments

Every Monday AFTTO Director Nick Tolhurst gives his own personal weekly column on an issue in CSR and/or Africa. Whether you agree or disagree all comment welcome!

CSR’s Place in the Sun

Here in Frankfurt in Germany, as for many of us north of the Mediterranean, nothing sounds more attractive right now more than a holiday somewhere warm, away from our everyday responsibilities.

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Jeff’s View – Why I got involved in African Tourism

November 5th, 2010 | News | 1 Comment

Every week Jeffrey van Staden provides his own very personal perspective from the tourism frontline in Africa. Whether positive or negative feel free to comment


I became involved in tourism as scuba diving instructor and skipper about 10 yrs ago back home in Sodwana Bay, South Africa.

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