The Swaziland Tourism Authority recently hosted the Top Billing team and Olympic Silver Medalist Luvo Manyonga for a few days of exploration, adventure and fun in the beautiful Kingdom of Swaziland.
This fun-filled tour was organised by Lloyd Orr Communications, the Swaziland Tourism Authority representatives in South Africa and we are delighted to announce that the insert will be aired on the Top Billing Show on Thursday 17 November 2016 on SABC 3 or DSTV Channel 193.
Swaziland may be the smallest country in the Southern Hemisphere but it definitely packs in a huge range of exciting attractions and activities into its borders. It is easily accessible, affordable and presents a wealth of unforgettable cultural, wildlife, and adventurous experiences to all who visit. Luvo Manyonga who needs no introduction, the Top Billing crew and presenter Nico Panagio were spoiled and treated at some of Swaziland’s best accommodation facilities such as The Royal Villas Swaziland; Summerfield Botanical Garden Hotel and Nkonyeni Lodge & Golf Estate.
The Top Billing insert will showcase Swaziland as a prime holiday destination which has a major appeal to travellers interested in sports, adventure fanatics, wildlife enthusiasts or glitz and glamour seekers. The insert will also focus on Luvo Manyonga’s life and sporting journey thus far using Swaziland as backdrop, showcasing the many attractions and activities that this Kingdom has to offer.
The Swaziland Tourism Authority (STA) was established by an act of parliament, the Tourism Authority, Act of 2001. It was established as a public enterprise. In terms of the Act the following objectives have been determined for STA;
Develop the tourism sector as a national priority in an environmentally sustainable and culturally acceptable manner,
Coordinate and facilitate the implementation of government policies and strategies on tourism,
Market Swaziland as a tourism destination through the provision of a platform for industry stakeholders,
Encourage, facilitate and promote local and foreign investment in the tourism industry, and
Ensure the contribution of tourism to the socio-economic development and continued improvement of quality of life in the Kingdom of Swaziland