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Africa seeks Indian tourism patronage to boost sectoral revenues

2 monthes ago   |   By Travel and Tourworld

In the wake of a robust growth in tourist arrivals in 2016, President Jacob Zuma of South African inaugurated the INDABA tourism fair in Durban on Wednesday urging other African nations to leverage their tourism potential from source markets such as India, just as his nation has done.
‘Africa enjoyed an eight percent increase in international tourist arrivals to reach 58 million arrivals. This means that Africa is growing at twice the rate of the global average.
However, these arrivals to the continent represent only five percent of the one billion global tourists', said Jacob Zuma...
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