SA’s tourism sector welcomes repeal of Covid-19 rules

South Africa has repealed COVID-19 regulations governing the use of face masks and which imposed entry requirements at its borders. The country’s tourism sector has welcomed the move, saying it bodes well for the sector and will give the local economy a boost. Business Day TV caught up with Tshifhiwa Tshivhengwa, CEO of the Tourism Business Council of South Africa for more insight.
23 Jun 2022 2PM English South Africa Business · Business News

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