South Africa’s tourism sector using COVID-19 era to improve services

The South African Tourism (SAT) on July 22 said that the tourism sector of the country is using the COVID-19 era to improve the travel services and even resume on a higher note.

“The COVID-19 has given us the opportunity to press the reset button on how we can emerge from this. I have hope this sector will bounce back, it’s a matter of time. We are using this time to sharpen our axes. We understand the frustration the sector has to get it going,” said SAT CEO Sisa Ntshona expressing hope that the country will fight the ongoing Coronavirus crisis and be a force to be reckoned with.

The domestic tourism in the country is allowed to resume operations now. The tourism sector of the country has come up with risk-adjusted interventions to prevent Coronavirus transmission and restore confidence in its travellers. 

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