Bright new day with live online booking for the public
The Owners of Inyoni Rocks Cabanas, Amanzimtoti, today announced the launch of its booking process to the public on its website.
According to the management of the scheme, this will provide guests with an online view of accommodation features, notices, as well as the real-time booking calendar and availability. Guests will be able to book directly at their favorite unit for the period required or submit queries relating to accommodation directly to our administration. Our administration will manage bookings on the same platform and will now also use this software to publish notices such as this notice to the public.
“We are pleased to announce a bright new day to enable our owners and guests with real-time online bookings on our Official Website. Our office manager, Karin Brandt, is also looking forward to managing more incoming bookings from customers via the internet and connected email services”, said the Chairman of the Body Corporate who added that, “this will also allow full integration of our public booking process with any future processes seconded through booking agents and will ultimately lead to significant increases in real-time service productivity as well as turnover for the scheme owners”.
For more information, contact the scheme’s office as indicated on the number above, or speak to the development company, Sirius Business Solutions (siriussa.com), a leading provider of live business platforms and solutions and other technology products.
Inyoni Rocks Launches New Online Booking Process
File photo: Sizwe Ndingane. Credit: INDEPENDENT MEDIA
KWAZULU NATAL / 25 July 2016, 10:25pm
Johannesburg – Two women were rescued from a flooded building on Kingsway Road in the Amanzimtoti CBD on Monday, KwaZulu-Natal paramedics said.
“Upon arrival at the building, paramedics found that the first floor of the building flooded past waist height. Paramedics searched the first and second floor, finally finding the two women,” ER 24 spokesperson said in a statement.
“The two women were carried to the nearby awaiting ambulance and assessed by paramedics. Fortunately, it was found that both women escaped injury.”
KwaZulu-Natal was hit with inclement weather on Monday as snow and freezing conditions struck many of the province’s interior towns while coastal cities were hit with a deluge of rainfall.
The province’s cooperative governance and traditional affairs MEC Nomusa Dube-Ncube issued a warning and placed the province’s disaster management teams on standby.
“We are very concerned about the poor weather conditions and we urge motorists to drive with extreme care. We are in contact with the emergency services and our disaster teams are on the ground to provide assistance in case of incidents,” said Dube-Ncube.
Several rivers in Durban were reported to be close to flooding while rush hour traffic in the city was brought to a crawl as motorists navigated the treacherous conditions.
A number of roads in the city had themselves become rivers as storm water drains failed to cope with the amount of rain.
The South African Weather Service (SAWS) forecast showed continued snow in the mountains and the KwaZulu-Natal midlands while heavy rains were forecast for along the coast.
According to the SAWS forecasts, the weather across the province was expected to start clearing on Wednesday.