Western Cape Premier Alan Winde. (Brenton Geach, Gallo Images)
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Winde to lobby for remote working visas to address falling tourism numbers

Western Cape Premier Alan Winde. (Brenton Geach, Gallo Images)


Western Cape Premier Alan Winde. (Brenton Geach, Gallo Images)

  • The Western Cape will start lobbying the national government for the creation of a remote working visa.
  • The visa forms part of the province’s plan to address declining tourism numbers.
  • It will allow travellers to stay in South Africa for several months while working remotely. 

The Western Cape government will lobby the Presidency for the introduction of a “remote working visa” in an effort to increase international travel to the province.

Premier Alan Winde announced this during his State of the Province Address in Genadendal on Wednesday and said the measure was a response…

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