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Recording: South Africa Reopens! So now what? Tourism leaders discuss the next steps

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Last week’s announcement that South Africa will be reopening its borders was followed by much celebration, but now comes the question, what next?

On 22 September ASATA CEO, Otto de Vries formed part of a group of Tourism Leaders from leading South African tourism associations and organisations, discussing what the next steps are as South Africa prepares to reopen its international borders on 1 October. 

To view the recording of the discussion, click here.

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