New visa requirement ‘will kill Cape tourism’

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MEC Alan Winde said he hoped the petition would result in a reprieve that would enable them to mitigate the harm already caused by the regulations. Picture: David Ritchie
MEC Alan Winde said he hoped the petition would result in a reprieve that would enable them to mitigate the harm already caused by the regulations. Picture: David Ritchie

Cape Town – The Western Cape government is set to lodge a petition to Parliament to intervene in the new immigration regulations, which it claims will seriously impact the province’s tourism industry.

Home Affairs recently introduced controversial immigration regulations which require the use of unabridged birth certificates for people under the age of 18 entering or leaving South Africa.

Responding to a question on the impact of the new regulations on job creation and growth in the Western Cape during the sitting of the Western Cape parliament on Thursday, Economic Opportunities MEC Alan Winde said he hoped the petition would result in a reprieve that would enable them to mitigate the harm already caused by the regulations…

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