Can Tourism Help South Africa’s Poor? by Leon Marshall
Wednesday, March 30, 2005
Though far outranked by the manufacturing sector as a foreign-currency earner, tourism is a focal point of the country’s strategy to reduce its high unemployment rates. Economists estimate that one job is created for every ten foreign tourists who visit South Africa.
Experts say tourism can be used as a development tool to bring the country’s poor into the economic mainstream.
Story found here.
Source: National Geographic News