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Airbnb managing director for Africa and Middle East Nicola D’Elia. (Duncan Alfreds, Fin24)
Airbnb managing director for Africa and Middle East Nicola D’Elia. (Duncan Alfreds, Fin24)

Cape Town - Internet travel booking service Airbnb has revealed how South Africans are using the tool to make extra money.

The sharing economy platform said that local hosts earn on average R28 800 per year as tourists make South Africa a travel destination.

“Cape Town and South Africa offer tremendous beauty; the tourism infrastructure is great,” Nicola D’Elia, managing director for Africa and Middle East at Airbnb told Fin24 from a host’s home in Cape Town.

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