This week, Tiger Woods rolled back the years by winning the US Masters to claim his first Major since 2008. Woods’s comeback from his lost decade — characterised by matters both self-inflicted and accidental — led many to speculate on whether this is indeed the greatest comeback in sporting history. Another contender for that title, Muhammad Ali, was famous for his comebacks, plus a lot of knockout blows and quotes. One of his most memorable quotes, “I’m so fast that last night I turned off the light switch in my hotel room and was in bed before the room was dark”, resonated this week after the publication of the Tourism Amendment Bill. The aim of the bill is to update provisions of the act relating to the SA Tourism Board. The bill also aims to empower the minister to determine thresholds for short-term home sharing. In other words, to regulate entities such as Airbnb. The emergence of platforms such as Airbnb, Uber and Netflix has caused a regulatory conundrum across the globe. As...

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