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TBCSA – 2022 of to an optimistic start for Tourism Businesses

South Africa’s tourism sector is clawing back its losses over the past two years, with the Tourism Business Council of South Africa (TBCSA) reporting...

Tourism sector welcomes official confirmation of South Africa’s removal from UK...

OMICRON VARIANT CLASSIFIED LOW-RISK IN MAJOR NEW SOUTH AFRICAN ANALYSIS OMICRON ON-TRACK TO BECOME DOMINANT VARIANT IN UK THIS WEEK  Key findings from South Africa study:  South...

Tourism Minister Lindiwe Sisulu convened urgent meeting to address SA’s return...

Tourism Minister Lindiwe Sisulu convened an urgent meeting with tourism private-sector stakeholders on Friday 26 November to address proactively how private and public sector could collaborate...

ASATA – UIF/TERS extension could be an important first step in...

ASATA has welcomed President Cyril Ramaphosa’s announcement that the UIF/TERS scheme will be extended to 15 March, saying this extension could be an important...

SATSA welcomes President’s announcement of UIF/TERS extension

SATSA welcomes the news that the UIF/TERS scheme will be extended to March 15, announced by President Cyril Ramaphosa during his State of the...

Tourism sector pledges to support South Africa’s economic recovery given the...

Tourism stakeholders should prioritise strong private-public partnerships and sing off the same hymn sheet if South Africa is going to reignite the economy out...

Reopening international borders immediately poses no added risks to South Africa

As South Africa’s Tourism sector sits on the brink waiting to hear whether a move to Level 1 will include the full reopening of...

South Africa’s Tourism sector is low risk enough for borders to...

“There is no reason why Tourism poses a greater risk than any other sector by being open,” says Professor Alex van den Heever, Chair...

Tourism backs BLSA call for the urgent lifting of existing restrictions...

Adding its weight to the call for lifting existing restrictions urgently to save South Africa’s economy is the Tourism sector, which was among the...

Tourism is ready to reopen safely as SA enters Alert Level...

As the COVID-19 infection rate declines and Government announces a further reopening of the economy, the Tourism sector confirms it is ready to reopen...