Insights - Jurni

What steps should tourism establishments take to make their property post-COVID-19 ready?

Tourism SMMEs have been hard hit by the pandemic, and the longer lockdown continues, the harder it becomes. Survival depends on post-COVID-19 readiness, in other words, when travel opens up you must be 100% ready to meet it. A recent...
The Jurni Team May 12, 2020
Tourism

#TourismStrong: Let’s start creating digital stories about South Africa

Tips for tourism SMMEs to leverage technology efficiently and tell our digital stories about South...
Molefi Moeketsi Apr 30, 2020
Technology Tourism

In the chair with Jurni CTO Molefi Moeketsi

South Africa needs to start creating inspirational digital stories to inspire both local and international...
The Jurni Team Apr 29, 2020
Technology Tourism

How to reach the right audience on social media

SMMEs in the tourism industry are among the hardest hit by the COVID-19 pandemic. Marketing...
The Jurni Team Apr 21, 2020
Technology Tourism

In the Chair with Jurni Gem Winner Kennedy Tembo

Tshepo Matlou, Jurni CMO, interviewed Jurni Gem Winner Kennedy Tembo (Microadventure Tours) to ask him...
The Jurni Team Apr 9, 2020
Tourism

How to collaborate with your peers on social media

Mastering social media is difficult. Social Media Analyst, Matthew Kobach, sums it up by saying...
The Jurni Team Apr 8, 2020
Technology Tourism

Social Media Strategies for SMMEs

What kind of social media messaging should you be promoting on social media right now?...
The Jurni Team Apr 8, 2020
Technology Tourism

COVID-19

In this difficult and sensitive time, where our country is doing everything possible to fight the rapid spread of COVID-19, the Executive Team at Jurni has taken decisive action to safeguard the health of our staff, clients, partners and suppliers.

As of Thursday, 19 March 2020, our team has been given the option to work remotely until 31 March 2020. This is in line with the SA Government’s declaration of a National State of Disaster in order to combat the spread of the disease.

We are fortunate to be able to communicate that we have no known cases of COVID-19 within our team, and would like to take all possible measures to ensure that everyone remains safe and healthy.

Our commitment to our partners and stakeholders is that our work will continue as normal during this challenging time. Feel free to contact Tshepo Matlou on 083 784 8001 for any further information.

Best Regards,
Dr. Nomvuselelo Songelwa
Chief Executive Officer