Why South Africa Tourism cancelled INDABA

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South Africa’s tourism Minister announces postponement of Africa Travel Indaba

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South Africa’s tourism Minister announces postponement of Africa Travel Indaba

Tourism Minister Mmamoloko Kubayi-Ngubane announced on Monday that Africa’s Travel Indaba has been postponed.

The event was scheduled to take place from May 12 to 14, 2020.

Speaking at a media briefing on Monday, Kubayi-Ngubane said: “After careful consideration, we have taken the difficult decision to postpone Africa’s Travel Indaba, scheduled to take place from 12 to 14 May 2020.

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“Africa’s Travel Indaba is one of the largest tourism marketing events on the African calendar, is one of the top three ‘must visit’ events of its kind on the global calendar. It showcases the widest variety of Africa’s best tourism products, attracts global buyers.

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One Seychelles Faults Government’s Preparedness to Contain Coronavirus (COVID-19) Should it Hit the Island

The One Seychelles political party led by the country’s former Minister of Tourism, Alain St. Ange has faulted the measures being put in place by the government to contain the dreaded coronavirus which is plaguing the world, should it hit the island nation.

In a press release sent to ATQNews.com, the party stated that, “Little has been done or said to reassure the business owners, particularly those with loans to repay.” …

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Ghana Tourism Authority, hotel stakeholders put measures in place to protect against coronavirus as sector experiences mass cancellation

Ghana Tourism Authority, hotel stakeholders put measures in place to protect against coronavirus as sector experiences mass cancellation.

In a bid to protect the nation and clients that patronise hospitality facilities in the country, Ghana Tourism Authority and hotel stakeholders has taken measures to prevent the spread of coronavirus.

The decision is coming on heels of mass …

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Like Uganda, Tunisia kicks out Italian tourists for refusing to self-isolate

ITALIAN tourists who refused to self-isolate have been kicked out of Tunisia – as countries across Europe closed their borders to the nation which has been worst hit by the coronavirus crisis.

The coronavirus death toll in Italy – the bloc’s worst-hit country – jumped by 196 in 24 hours to 827 on Wednesday; while confirmed infections rose to 12,462 from 10,149. Tunisian authorities earlier this week deported 30 Italian holidaymakers who refused to self-isolate despite the worsening …

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