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Satellite internet a potential solution for SA tourism

With tourism opening up again, satellite internet technology could present South Africa’s remote, power and income-challenged tourist businesses a vital new platform to remain visible, operational – and ultimately solvent – as they get back on their feet after the devastation of lockdown.

Today, viable internet is part and parcel of the tourist offering. Whether from an advertising, sales, bookings or payments perspective, or part of the experience itself, “consumers of tourism products expect their experiences to integrate seamlessly with digital,” says Mohamed Hassim, MD of MorClick Satellite Internet.

Satellite internet access allows even the most remote tourist establishments to feature food and other offerings…

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