Tourism sector worried

2008-05-27 00:00

Government had not done enough about the xenophobic attacks that have swept the country and needed to look at crucial issues such as delivery on election promises and putting in place a structured immigration policy, tourism bosses said during a press briefing that was called yesterday to voice ongoing concerns about negative effects on the province’s tourism industry.

They issued a stiff warning that government needed to get its house in order if it was to protect its tourism sector, which is a key generator of jobs and revenue in a climate that Chonco described as “the poor attacking the poor over a very small piece of bread”.

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