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Tourism industry says it will take ‘no nonsense’ from visitors

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Tourism industry leaders say they want to prevent their businesses from becoming Covid-19 super-spreaders, and have warned guests that ‘police minister Bheki Cele will be waiting for you’, if they don’t comply.


19 Aug 2020
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Tourism industry says it will take ‘no nonsense’ from visitors

Picture for illustrative purposes Picture: KwaZulu-Natal Tourism.

The tourism industry has vowed to adopt a no-nonsense approach in adhering to strict Covid-19 prevention protocols, and will be intolerant to wild behaviour at its establishments. The industry has pleaded with visitors to behave. “We are not going to be policing who are drunk. We will not tolerate that. Travellers must take responsibility to protect the industry so that we do not become super spreaders of the Covid-19 virus,” Tshifhiwa Tshivengwa, Chief Executive officer (CEO) of the Tourism Business Council of South Africa (TBCSA), said today. He said the industry has had prevention protocols in place for some time...

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