The announcement to amendment the Immigration Regulations was jointly made on Friday, the 23rd of October, by the Tourism Ministry and minister in the Presidency for planning, monitoring and evaluation, Jeff Radebe. New amended regulations can mean only positive results for the South African tourism industry.
The South African Tourism Industry spent the better part of last night honouring the crème de la crème of the sector. The industry hosted by the esteemed Minister of Tourism, Mr Derek Hanekom, were treated to an evening of splendour and entertainment from local musicians.
Kimberley, in the Northern Cape recently hosted the local leg of World Skateboarding Championships for the third time. The Minister of Tourism, Derek Hanekom, paid a visit to Kimberley to highlight the potential growth of tourism in the province and to meet with local stakeholders to discuss government’s role in tourism in the Northern Cape.
South Africa’s oceans are to take on a wholly new, exciting approach to recreation and leisure, and deliver a further much needed boost to national marine tourism business and investment with the launch in October of a national Ocean Festival in Cape Town.
On the night of 30 January 1981, a group of South African Defence Force (SADF) special forces troops infiltrated Mozambique and launched simultaneous raids on three ANC safe houses in Matola, a suburb of Maputo.
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