Tourism Sector

Tourism is travel for recreation, leisure, religious, family or business purposes, usually for a limited duration. This includes travel to natural areas that conserves the environment and sustains the well-being of local people as well as sporting and recreation activities such as the popular Toyota 1000km race and the Khawa dune challenge.

The sector promotes and celebrates the country’s natural and unique wonders and focuses on exploring the beauty of the country whilst at the same time contributing to the country’s economic growth and diversification strategy. The question therefore arises that how then, can you be part of the country’s diversification attempt and join the tourism industry? Well since the Tourism sector is labour intensive, there are varied job opportunities to consider choosing from.

As the tourism sector is a ‘services’ sector, human resources or employees need to be driven by ‘passion’ for the work being done. It requires employees who are zealous about showcasing their country’s uniqueness to the world.

The following are the names of the Committee members;

Ms Tshoganetso Carl- Ponoesele – Chairperson

Ms Thato B Morule – Deputy Chairperson

Mr Oarabile Lesole

Mr Michael Matlapeng

Mr Thusang Butale

Mr Oscar Chiwira

Ms Kelebaone G. D. Maselesele

Ms Poifo Jibajiba

Mr Poniso Shamukuni

Mr Peace Nawa Shamuka

Ms Gorata Gabaraane

Ms Khudzani Nlashwa