How Brexit may affect South Africa's tourism industry

When the pound loses value, UK travellers will think twice about their next holiday.

Mmatsatsi Ramawela, The Tourism Business Council of SA

How could Brexit affect local tourism?

The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Mmatsatsi Ramawela, CEO of The Tourism Business Council of South Africa.

Scroll down for quotes from the audio below.

The UK is one of our main visiting markets.

Mmatsatsi Ramawela, The Tourism Business Council of SA

We’re sitting ducks in this entire process.

Mmatsatsi Ramawela, The Tourism Business Council of SA

We’re worried about arrivals.

Mmatsatsi Ramawela, The Tourism Business Council of SA

We’re also worried about the EU.

Mmatsatsi Ramawela, The Tourism Business Council of SA

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