Sewage Threatens World Heritage Site

In the article titled Sewage Threatens World Heritage Site in the Mail & Guardian of 18 August 2020, authored by Thando Maeko, it is stated that “According to the (Mogale City) water and sanitation department’s spokesperson Sputnik Ratau, the municipality failed to implement its own action plan regarding the turnaround of Percy Stewart (Waste Water Treatment Works) which was presented to the department last September and had a deadline of February this year.”

Tourism Recovery program

A direct impact of this was a restriction of movement globally that had an adverse impact of the global capacity utilization of the tourism sector. Different regions of the world as a result of the impact of the coronavirus experienced a fundamental disruptions in the generation of value in the sector,

NO application structure for tourist guide relief

The Department of Tourism says freelance guides registered under the Provincial registrar of tourists guides will automatically qualify for financial relief set aside by the Department.

On Sunday, Minister of Tourism Mmamoloko Kubayi-Ngubane announced that the Department has set aside R30 Million, which will provide financial relief to guides for a period of two to three months.