Sabotage in KZN | Tourism industry struggling to stay afloat

Sabotage in KZN | Tourism industry struggling to stay afloat

It’s the first long weekend since stricter lockdown restrictions were relaxed.
Durban is well-known for drawing tourists, particularly during long weekends. Last month’s unrest also resulted in a knock for the sector. For more, Faith Mangope speaks to Durban Tourism’s Deputy Head Winile Mntungwa. Courtesy #DStv403

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LGE 2021 I South Africans urged to apply and collect IDs

The local government elections will take place in just over a month. Millions will head to the polls and only those who are registered and have identity documents can vote. But many South Africans could be disenfranchised with at least 400-thousand uncollected IDs at Home Affairs officers across the country. For more news, visit sabcnews.com […]

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UN General Debate ends Monday

The high-level General Debate of the 76th session of the UN General Assembly ends Monday. This year’s summit focused on the pandemic, vaccine inequity, issues around the proliferation of small arms in Africa, climate change, and Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in particular. African Affairs analyst, Advocate Sipho Mantula shares more. For more news, visit sabcnews.com […]

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