South Africa May Lose $540 Million a Year From Visa-Rule ChangesBy
Tourism industry body wants immediate scrapping of regulations
Requirements `irrational,' `cannot be implemented,' body says
South Africa’s new visa requirements could cost the economy about 7.5 billion rand ($540 million) a year in lost tourism revenue and should be revoked immediately by the government, industry representatives said.
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