The Considered View

Tourism industry will have to work hard to repair SA's image

The fallout from the decision by Cabinet to reverse the new visa legislation might have saved the tourism industry

Last week, government announced changes to the controversial visa regulations.

Tourism Minister Derek Hanekom said it will no longer be mandatory for inbound travellers from visa-exempt countries to carry unabridged birth certificates for children travelling with them.

Stephen Grootes goes through the lessons that can be learnt from this.


This article first appeared on 702 : Tourism industry will have to work hard to repair SA's image


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