In a bid to boost SA’s ailing tourism sector, the Western Cape government has called for the urgent introduction of a one-year remote working visa that will allow international tourists to stay longer in the country.

Covid-19 has led to more employees across the world working from home, making remote working “vacations” possible. This provides the struggling tourism sector with an opportunity to grow the international market...

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