Tourism limps on, crippled by lockdown level 3

‘Your street seller with curios on the beachfront, the women that braai at the Esplanade. All of that feeds into the food chain and that has all collapsed’


The uncertainty over what is and what is not allowed under level 3 of the lockdown is impacting businesses and tourism attractions  in the Eastern Cape.

President Cyril Ramaphosa on Monday extended the adjusted level 3 lockdown until February 15, but many are under the impression that services usually associated with rivers or lakes have come to a standstill because of bans put in place by government...

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