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South Africa Comes to Dublin

South Africa Comes to Dublin

The South African Tourist Board came to Dublin to present to the Irish trade this week. Andrew Sharpe, the new SATB Manager for the UK and Ireland, told the large gathering of the Dublin trade that he had already visited Cork and was continuing on to Belfast. He spoke of the unique elements that make South Africa such a great place to visit with its safari parks, wine trails and cities such as Cape Town, Durban and Johannesburg.

Singers and dancers from the Dithaga Tsa Ga Mme Halenyane group in the North West Province of South Africa

The singers and dancers from the Dithaga Tsa Ga Mme Halenyane group from the North West Province in South Africa put on a most entertaining show that added to the evening.

Graham Aldren, British Airways; Martina Coogan, Air France/KLM; and Dave Walsh, Etihad Airways

Andrew Sharpe, SATB, and Siobhain Scanlon, Air France/KLM

Karen Maloney, Etihad Airways, and Jackie Herssens, Travelmood

Andrew Sharpe 2

Andrew Sharpe joins the dancers!

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Michael Flood is the Editor of Ireland's leading travel industry publication, Irish Travel Trade News. With more than 35 years experience, he has accumulated an in-depth knowledge of the airline industry and the travel and tourism world.

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