Tourism sector exploring new ways to work smarter

Tourism sector exploring new ways to work smarter

Johannesburg – In the pursuit for excellence, organisations in the tourism sector are constantly exploring new ways to work better and smarter.

Sharing of best practice is a benchmarking mechanism which is at the forefront of many organisational strategies.

Aligned to this, the Department of Tourism on Tuesday hosted its 8th Sharing of Best Practices Workshop virtually with countries it has MOUs and Bilateral Agreements with.

The workshop was held under the theme: “Tourism Recovery post COVID-19 – a country perspective”.

Representing South Africa at the forum, Tourism Deputy Minister Fish Mahlalela welcomed delegates and reiterated that the South African Government places tourism high on its agenda for sustainable growth and job…

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