South Africa: Decade of democracy

South Africa has won the hearts of leisure tourists and is now turning its attention to business travellers, writes Sarah Wild. Ten years after South Africa's first democratic elections, its tourism industry has changed beyond recognition. Where once the apartheid regime and resulting sanctions meant it was out of bounds to international groups, it is now attracting a healthy share of the leisure tourism market and making a determined assault on the business sector.

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