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South Africa Tourism Trade throws their support behind Seychelles for UNWTO election

May 9, 2017 Business News No Comments Email Email

Last week Marlan Padayachee, a well know South African Press Personality from KwaZulu Natal did not shy away from saying that Alain St.Ange, the Seychelles Candidate for Secretary General of the UNWTO and today it is Kader Miller, from the Midea Group of Companies of Cape Town who have come forward to encourage Africa with the Seychelles bid to head the UN Tourism Office.

“We have worked closely with Alain St.Ange as the Seychelles Tourism Minister. I can then attest to his strength of character and professionalism. He is a leader with excellent communication skills and I have no south that he is the perfect candidate for the job. Mr St.Ange is very often invited to speak and lecture at important tourism events in Africa and around the world. He has assisted and given advise and guidance to tourism boards and organisations in Africa. He is so outstanding and very active individual who has been involved in a frontline role in tourism at a global level and I confirm further that he is a man of great integrity. I strongly recommend him” Kader Miller of Midea of Cape Town says.

The tourism trade, the front line of tourism have been so supportive. “They are not playing politics, but see the need for the UNWTO to be this tourism body it deserves to be. I say thank you to all the trade for their unconditional support” Alain St.Ange said in response to the South African letter of endorsement.

Many South African have businesses in Seychelles and enjoying the stability of these island’s tourism industry.

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