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A trip to the province of Gauteng will provide you with an unforgettable chance to experience the astonishing rebirth of Johannesburg, exploring every aspect of what this vibrant place has to offer its newcomers Writer: Phoebe Calver Project Manager: Ryan Gray

he province of Gauteng is the beating heart of South Africa - as well as the well oiled economic engine of Africa - and with the country’s largest and perhaps most dynamic city, Johannesburg at its centre, it is becoming ever more popular. With the impressive rebirth of Johannesburg, the province is becoming a culturally dynamic epicentre, having once been considered a place to avoid, now it is one of the most inspiring metropolis in the world and the perfect hot-spot for

business travel. It is likely that you will spend a lot of your working hours in Johannesburg, however, there are plenty of spectacular sights to explore in your free time slightly further afield. Pretoria is a short drive out to the north and will provide you with the perfect respite from the busy capital. As South Africa’s administrative capital Pretoria will provide a slightly grander experience, with a plethora of stately buildings and museums to wind away your hours. A business trip is Gauteng is the perfect setting, with the province

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being South Africa’s centre for both the industrial and commerce sectors, subsequently being very well connected. Gauteng is considered the gateway to Southern Africa, with the majority of destinations easily accessible by either a short flight or drive. Despite the fact that Gauteng is the smallest province in South Africa making up only 1.5 percent of the land area - it is one of the most urbanised areas, containing the country’s largest city and therefore an endless array of opportunities for exploration in this rejuvenated area during your travels.

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Africa Outlook’s Business Travel Guides are set to provide executives with the ultimate rundown of all the major economic drivers and thriving hubs across the continent. Building our own geographic footprint, we travel around the continent exclusively targeting C-level directors, delivering them and our more-than 185,000 subscribers, monthly guides on key business travel destinations. Focusing on a new location each issue, all sectors across hotels, restaurants, bars, public services, enterprises, events, entertainment hotspots, event venues, exhibition centres and much more will be addressed; giving the business traveller the ultimate guide to business travel.

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FACTS & FIGURES Capital: Languages: Area: Population (2016): Currency: Time zone: Internet TLD: . Climate:

Johannesburg Zulu, English, Afrikaans, Sotho 18,176 km2 13.5 million rand UTC +2 .za subtropical

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Africa Outlook is a digital and print product aimed at boardroom decision-makers across a wide range of industries. With content compiled by our experienced production team, we look to promote the latest news, trends and success stories across Africa.

COVERAGE AREAS • Botswana

• Kenya

• Burkina Faso

• Lesotho

• Democratic Republic of Congo

• Mali

• Republic of Congo

• Mozambique

• Egypt • Equatorial Guinea

• Mauritius

• Namibia • Nigeria • Rwanda

• Eswatini

• Senegal

• Ethiopia

• Seychelles

• Gabon

• South Africa

• Ghana

• Tanzania

• Guinea

• Uganda

• Ivory Coast

• Zambia


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ADVERT SIZES 1 DOUBLE PAGE ADVERT (DPS)

2 FULL PAGE ADVERT

360mm (W) x 240mm (H)

3 HALF PAGE VERTICAL (V) ADVERT

Please include a 3mm bleed making the overall size: 366mm (W) x 246mm (H)

69mm (W) x 196mm (H)

180mm (W) x 240mm (H) Please include a 3mm bleed making the overall size: 186mm (W) x 246mm (H)

5 QUARTER PAGE ADVERT

78mm (W) x 96mm (H)

ADVERT RATES

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DPS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . R54,995 / $3,995

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Half page . . . . . . . . . . R29,995 / $1,995

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Quarter page. . . . R18,995 / $1,295

3 HALF PAGE LANDSCAPE ADVERT

96mm (H) x 160mm (W)

For further information please contact our production team: devon.collins@ outlookpublishing.com

CONTACT Our Business Travel section not only gives executives the complete guide to the world’s most popular and populous locations, but also gives said locations the perfect opportunity to showcase their own businesses, events, venues and services to a truly international audience and readership of more than 185,000 each month. To share in this unrivalled exposure and to put your own offering on our map, then please contact our Sales Managers; Joe Palliser, Jordan Levey, Krisha Kanlas or Matt Cole-Wilkin to find out more: Joe Palliser: Jordan Levey: Matt Cole-Wilkin: Krisha Kanlas:

+44 (0)1603 959 676 +44 (0)1603 959 668 +44 (0)1603 959 669 +44 (0)1603 959 682

joe.palliser@outlookpublishing.com jordan.levey@outlookpublishing.com matt.cole-wilkin@outlookpublishing.com krisha.canlas@outlookpublishing.com


BUSINESS TRAVEL GUIDES A complete guide to Africa’s leading business travel destinations

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NAMIBIA

The land of the endless horizons NAMIBIA FEATURES ONE of the most spectacular landscapes that Africa has to offer, home to expansive deserts, towering mountains, rocky valleys and savannas that are littered with some of the rarest wildlife in the world. While the vastness of the country may be hard to comprehend, Namibia is the perfect escape from a busy life in the western world. In fact, the country has one of the lowest population densities on earth with just 2.9 people per square kilometre. Despite this, Namibia surprisingly features some of the most vibrant cities on the continent that readily showcase the country’s exciting economic prospects alongside a deep cultural history that together bring unique experiences to travellers. Tourists who do visit the country are well placed to see all of these sites, owed to the nation’s economic

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Combining one of Africa’s most progressive economies with expansive deserts, deep canyons and rich wildlife reserves, Namibia truly has something for everyone Writer: Jonathan Dyble Project Manager: Joe Palliser

and democratic stability and secure infrastructure networks. There is a range of alternative ways to explore its extensive plains, and whilst the country continues to offer the continent’s deepest canyon, the world’s oldest desert and the tallest sand dunes on the planet, Namibia will remain ripe for such adventure.

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Capital: Windhoek Languages: German, English Area: 825,615km² Population (2016): 2.48 million GDP (2016): US $10.27 billion Currency: Namibian Dollar (N$) Time zone: GMT+2 Dialling code: +264 Internet TLD: .na Climate: Arid Highest recorded temperature: 37°C

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Our Business Travel section not only gives executives the complete guide to the world’s most popular and populous locations, but also gives said locations the perfect opportunity to showcase their own businesses, events, venues and services to a truly international audience and readership of more than 185,000 each month. To share in this unrivalled exposure and to put your own offering on our map, then please contact our Sales Managers, Joe Palliser, Jordan Levey, Krisha Canlas or Matt Cole-Wilkin to find out more.

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Africa Outlook - Business Travel Media Pack 2019  

Africa Outlook - Business Travel Media Pack 2019