1. TBCSA says opening up of borders will 'reignite South Africa's economy quickly'  IOL
  2. When will tourists return to Africa? Continent must guess  Hindustan Times
  3. Africa's tourism season — but where are the tourists?  Arab News
  4. Tourism industry has the potential to reignite SA's ailing economy  IOL
  5. 'Devastation': When will tourists return to Africa?  Stuff.co.nz
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TBCSA revealed that tourism generated R120-billion in foreign exchange from visitor receipts in 2018.TBCSA revealed that tourism generated R120-billion in foreign exchange from visitor receipts in 2018.

Raino Bolz quickly diversified when his tourism business in South Africa’s winelands crashed to a halt in March because of the coronavirus pandemic. He sold a minibus — useless without tourists to ferry around — and bought a herd of pregnant cows.Raino Bolz quickly diversified when his tourism business in South Africa’s winelands crashed to a halt in March because of the coronavirus pandemic. He sold a minibus — useless without tourists to ferry around — and bought a herd of pregnant cows.

CAPE TOWN: Raino Bolz quickly diversified when his tourism business in South Africa’s winelands crashed to a halt in March because of the coronavirus pandemic. He sold a minibus — useless without tourists to ferry around — and bought a herd of pregnant cows. He will have to wait for the cows to have calves and for the calves to be old enough to sell before he can make moneyCAPE TOWN: Raino Bolz quickly diversified when his tourism business in South Africa’s winelands crashed to a halt in March because of the coronavirus pandemic. He sold a minibus — useless without

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The reopening of South Africa’s borders and regional travel to neighbouring states could be just around the corner.The reopening of South Africa’s borders and regional travel to neighbouring states could be just around the corner.

Regional travel: Reopening of borders is on the cards

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As a top export earner and high employment creator for low to semi-skilled workers, tourism has the best potential to reignite South Africa's economy quickly. International tourism can reopen safely, but it requires an enabling environment, which includes the reopening of international borders, an improved visa regime, air access and better safety for tourists...As a top export earner and high employment creator for low to semi-skilled workers, tourism has the best potential to reignite South Africa's economy quickly. International tourism can reopen safely, but it requires an enabling environment, which includes the reopening of international borders, an improved visa regime, air access and better safety for tourists...

TBCSA appeals to government to reopen international boarders safely

Tourism has the potential to reignite South Africa’s ailing economy, but to do so, it requires more than support from South Africans, not least government giving the green light for reopening the country's borders, says umbrella body the Tourism Business Council of South Africa (TBCSA). Citing the latest gross domestic product data, released on September 8, the organisation says that this puts a spotlight on measures that will need to be swiftly put in place to aid South Africa’s ailing economy, which prior to Covid-19 was already in the doldrums. Tourism has the potential to reignite South Africa’s ailing economy, but to do so, it requires more than support from South Africans, not least government giving the green light for reopening the country's borders, says umbrella body the Tourism Business Council of South Africa (TBCSA). Citing the latest gross domestic product data, released on September 8, the organisation says that this puts a spotlight on measures that will need to be swiftly put in place to aid South Africa’s ailing economy, which prior to Covid-19 was already in the doldrums. 

Tourism body calls for reopening of borders

Get latest articles and stories on World at LatestLY. Raino Bolz quickly diversified when his tourism business in South Africa's winelands crashed to a halt in March because of the coronavirus pandemic. World News | When Will Tourists Return to Africa? Continent Must Guess.Get latest articles and stories on World at LatestLY. Raino Bolz quickly diversified when his tourism business in South Africa's winelands crashed to a halt in March because of the coronavirus pandemic. World News | When Will Tourists Return to Africa? Continent Must Guess.

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The Covid-19 restrictions have shuttered what was once the lucrative centrepiece of African tourism, the safari.The Covid-19 restrictions have shuttered what was once the lucrative centrepiece of African tourism, the safari.