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Jobless numbers in South Africa are at an all-time-high with the unemployment rate recently hitting a new record of 35.3%.

 


Just when tourism was booming and it felt like the world was becoming smaller, Covid exploded and pushed us all apart – literally. We dove into our own bubbles where we learnt new ways to earn, educate and entertain.


So, you've booked an awesome holiday this December, and you cannot wait to leave for your destination, but the age-old issue of what to pack has reared its ugly head.


So, you've booked an awesome holiday this December, and you cannot wait to leave for your destination, but the age-old issue of what to pack has reared its ugly head.


On Friday, the United Kingdom released their updated International travel rules with regard to Covid-19. South Africa has remained on the UK’s Red List.


The impact of the Covid-19 pandemic has been felt in every sector of the South African economy. The tourism sector was especially hard hit during the Covid-19 lockdowns.


The fourth wave of Covid-19 infections could be on its way. Experts say the 4th wave of infections could start by November and last around 75 Days. The wave could also be driven by a new variant.


The Department of Tourism is working on an initiative to give entrepreneurs access to more funding. 

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