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South Africa's tourism a bright spot despite recession
by Wendell Roelf
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27 July 2017
On 27 July 2017 Reuters reported:
South Africa's top tourist hub Cape Town expects a 13 percent jump in tourist arrivals this year to 1.77 million, officials said on Thursday, 27 July . . . Cape Town had the country's four most popular attractions. Britain, Germany, and the United States were the three leading sources of tourist arrivals to the Western Cape province, Alan Winde, regional minister of economic opportunities in the Western Cape province, said. According to South African Tourism, some 10 million foreigners overall arrived last year.
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