Domestic tourism still a challenge in SA

Today marks the final day of the Tourism Indaba in Durban.

On Tuesday President Jacob Zuma announced that Durban will host the newly re branded Africa's Travel Indaba for the next five years.

The show has seen more than 7 000 delegates from across the African continent showcasing their products.

The Indaba contributed more than R200 million into the economy of Durban.

SA Tourism CEO, Sisa Ntshona, says domestic tourism is still a challenge, and there needs to be a way to encourage South Africans to tour their own country.

Listen to SA Tourism CEO, Sisa Ntshona, below for more information about growth in SA's tourism industry...


This article first appeared on 702 : Domestic tourism still a challenge in SA


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