BON Hotels extends their African footprint into Ethiopia

26 August 2016 // Posted by //

BON Hotels, a hospitality company that owns, manages and markets hotels throughout Africa, has added yet another property to their ever-growing stable.  BON Hotel Addis Ababa, situated in Ethiopia, is under construction and will open its doors to the public in the first quarter of 2017. Located just 10 minutes from Addis Ababa Bole International

Keep on trucking…

30 November 2015 // Posted by //

By Amelia Hayes My husband and I love a good road trip! The garden route, a shortcut, that right turn just to see where it goes, a wine tasting, the long way home in your new car – whatever the journey nothing beats a good road trip – great conversation, seriously yummy nibbles, fabulous tunes,

Keep on trucking

30 November 2015 // Posted by //

My husband and I love a good road trip! The garden route, a shortcut, that right turn just to see where it goes, a wine tasting, the long way home in your new car – whatever the journey nothing beats a good road trip – great conversation, seriously yummy nibbles, fabulous tunes, Wimpy coffee with

Managing accounts – the story of numbers

5 January 2015 // Posted by // Tags:

I get it that not everybody loves working with numbers and that some people are bored to tears poring over financial statements, which are often prepared by the company’s financial or administrative person and filled with too much irrelevant detail. The truth is, a good set of management accounts should be everyone’s responsibility – this will make sure that all aspects of business are covered.

Is the Vaal heading for a revival?

5 January 2015 // Posted by // Tags:

BON Hotels, a South African-based company that owns, manages and operates hotels, has recently taken over the Riviera on Vaal Hotel in Vereeniging. One would wonder what they see in the region and why they have chosen to invest there. Guy Stehlik, CEO of the group, confirms: “We see huge potential in the area. The Gauteng conference and leisure market is crying out for new venues and there is no reason why the area cannot once again enjoy the success of its glory days.”

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