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Simon Blackburn • 6 days ago

This is a first great step in the right direction to promote inbound tourism to SA - well done Min Motsoaledi!

lin sampson • 6 days ago

saudi arabia? you got to be joking, impossible to go their as an independent tourist

JL • 6 days ago

Ye but it is about them coming bringing their monies.

Ian Mclachlan • 6 days ago

If they can also increase the employees at the border entering JNB it would be great my last trip took over 2 hours to clear immigration. This would also improve the arrival experience and impression of the country.

Chris Thwala • 6 days ago

This is very encouraging, especially to our friends from New Zealand. This means economically growth in South Africa. In simple terms, this means more bread for us South Africans. Well done to the Minister and the team.

Sharon van Wyk • 6 days ago

Ooh. I can't wait to see the floodgates open for visitors from Sao Tome and Principe. And Cuba. Bet they've been queueing around the block!

Fanie van Zyl • 6 days ago

Go bold and do Visa free for US, China and India and all European countries! Or at least Visa application upon arrival.

FiremanSam • 6 days ago

Is the visa free for NZ mutual -does it mean NZ does not require us SA citizens to have a visa -

Bulldust • 6 days ago

LOL.... Get back OUR visa-free travel to the UK and then I'll think you are the dog's knockers!

CarbonCopy • 6 days ago

Cuba? Ghana? São Tomé? People in those countries have no money to spend on travel!