Tourist safety is a big issue - Derek Hanekom
Minister of Tourism Derek Hanekom says one of the factors that impacted the number of tourists in 2017 was the Cape Town drought.
He says that with the drought being over, the Department has to look at how to deal with visa regulations and the safety of tourists.
The issue of tourists safety is a big matter.Derek Hanekom, Tourism Minister
The visa regime alongside the safety factor are two big ones we need to address to get greater numbers of Chinese travellers to come to South Africa.Derek Hanekom, Tourism Minister
Minister Hanekom is attending the Investor Summit taking place in Sandton.
The theme for the South Africa Investment Conference is “Accelerating Growth by Building Partnerships”.
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