Which countries are best for holidaying in 2018?

Tourism in the South African Republic is expected to grow by nearly a quarter by the end of 2019.

The country’s tourism sector is expected hit the hardest by the global economic downturn, but that could change as the country begins to bounce back from the downturn. 

South Africa hosts over 1.8 million tourists a year and boasts of one of the lowest unemployment rates in the world.

It also hosts the world’s biggest private market, boasting a total of 8.6 million visitors a year. 

In contrast, the US and Canada, two of the top destinations in the globe, are expected to record a slight decline in 2018. 

“I believe tourism in South Africa will grow at the fastest rate since the early 1990s,” said Johannesburg-based travel agency, Cairn Travel. 

However, the South Africa tourism sector may not be able to fully recover without the help of the federal government. 

According to a study by the Tourism Industry Association of South Africa (TIAA), the country will need an additional $7.8 billion to make up for a $8 billion shortfall in federal funds to the tourism sector. 

This is an amount that will likely be met by the provincial governments, said Tourism Industry Associations Association South Africa President, Peter Fonseca. 

Fonsecat said the lack of support is a “significant barrier to growth.” 

“TIAI SA is calling for a major increase in government spending to cover the shortfall.

It is time that South Africa took the lead on this important issue,” he said. 

Despite the growing economic pressure, many South Africans remain confident about their outlook for the future. 

While South Africa has seen some of the most dramatic economic shifts in recent years, many are optimistic that the future is looking bright. 

Some analysts say that the country’s economy is poised to grow at a rate of 3.6 percent in 2018, a rate that is well above the 6 percent growth average seen during the last three decades. 

Others, like South African travel agency Cairna Travel, believe that South African tourism could be the “next big thing” and have predicted that the region will see a 6.5 percent growth in 2019. 

If you are planning to visit South Africa, you can check out the best travel destinations in South African cities, as well as some of our travel tips.

When Africa’s tourism industry falters

An article in the New Scientist about tourism to the African continent, the continent’s second largest, which is a major source of income for many, has been censored. 

The article has been removed from the website and is no longer accessible. 

The article contains details about the South African National Tourist Board’s plans for a new South African tourism program, including the removal of the article from the New Science website. 

I have written to the New Society, the association of leading South African travel agencies, to request that it remove the article. 

A spokeswoman for the association told me: We have no control over the content of articles published in the media. 

We take this responsibility seriously, but we can’t control what others publish. 

There is nothing wrong with what the New Scientist has published in relation to tourism in South Africa, but it is not for the magazine to decide what information is appropriate for our readers to see. 

However, I can assure you that our staff have not been instructed to remove any content from our website.

The New Scientist does not take editorial decisions on editorial content and we will continue to publish this article on our website in the future. 

Read the full story at New Scientist.