Mpumalanga Weddings, Conferences & Functions


Barberton Adventures

We aim to satisfy the needs of the budget traveller with an appreciation of historical heritage, natural beauty, geology and more importantly – mining history. Barberton Adventures maintains strong focus on sustainable tourism and a commitment to constant forward movement in terms of service, quality and value for money. Motivated by an aspiration for development of the disenfranchised communities of Barberton, we fully support the government’s policy on black economic empowerment and present a fine example of entrepreneurship and employment equity.


Oppidam Houseboats is situated on the banks of the beautiful Vygeboom Dam in Mpumalanga. Known as the place where the sun rises, this unique getaway is situated conveniently close to Badplaas in the grassland and wetlands area. Definitely something you should be considering for your honeymoon, family holiday or team building event. Houseboat holidays have become increasingly popular in South Africa and around the world. Imagine waking up to a different view every morning and watching the scenery change around you all day while sitting back and simply soaking up the sun. And what better place to spend your leisurely days adrift than on the breath-taking Vygeboom Dam which is known for its many species of fish, abundant birdlife and varied surrounding landscapes.


Komati Gorge Lodge

Looking for team building in Mpumalanga? Finding team building activities that will interest employees to spend time together can prove to be a daunting task. In a world where we spend more time with our co-workers than our families, teamwork activities are integral to gaining each other’s trust or just to have some fun while getting to know each other. For a variety of fun things to do at lodges in Mpumalanga that will bring your employees together, have a look at Komati Gorge Lodge’s activities below


Middelburg Chamber of Commerce & Industry

Middelburg is an extensive farming and industrial town in the South African province of Mpumalanga. The British Army occupied Middelburg on 27 July 1900 and left at the end of the Anglo Boer War after 1903. At that time the businesses that survived the occupation formed the Middelburg Chamber of Commerce in 1903. MCCI has had many exciting projects that have impacted our town’s economy, such as offering businesses Medical Aid for the smaller businesses’ staff members from 1957 and the establishment of the English High School, Steelcrest in the 1980s. In 1998 MCCI opened the Information Centre that offered tourism and business information. These successes inspired every generation to support and create a prosperous community. Current economic data is available in our 2018/19 Business Guide.