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New changes to tourism regulations

New changes to tourism regulations

31 July 2020 8:38 AM

The Minister of Tourism says the R200 million set aside for relief for the tourism industry has been depleted and will be finding new ways to assist the sector. The industry has been hard hit with holiday and leisure facilities being shut down during the lockdown. This has resulted in millions of rands being lost in revenue.

The Minister also announced new measures under the lockdown level 3 restrictions including the leisure travel within provinces and the curfew extended to 22h00.

Bongani joined by Mmamoloko Kubayi-Ngubane, Minister of Tourism.


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