A total of 1 million visitors in KwaZulu-Natal will be visiting as it will begin in December.
The news was presented by KwaZulu-Natal MEC for Economic Development, Tourism and Environmental Affairs, Sihle Zikalala, last week on introducing a provincial holiday plan.
Zikalala said more than 600,000 visitors from other provinces in KwaZulu-Natal last year had planned to attract 850,000 from other provinces and 150,000 from other countries.
“This means that there will be R1.8 billion in the KwaZulu-Natal economy and this will help us reach our 183 000 job creation plans,” said Zikalala.
You have asked people to book through registered sites by entering the Tourismism website in KwaZulu-Natal.
He said people would be safe on the beaches because the KZN Sharks Board staff are working and examining daily nets that prevent sharks from coming to the shore.
EThekwini Mayor Zandile Gumede said 1.3 million people visited Durban every year on December and were ready to welcome guests with warm welcome.
He said the events would be delayed and the eThekwini metro police and SAPS would be destroyed in all the city’s state-of-the-art areas.
“We promise people who visit Durban for a wonderful time without any incidents because security will be strong. We will begin to play for Mandela’s Bafana Bafana match, with a Soweto homework, Orlando Pirates and Kaizer Chiefs, Crown Gospel Awards, PillowUpMoses Mabhida, Durban Jazz, Durban Braai Day, Maskandi Festival and January 8 Statement. We’re ready for all these issues, “said Gumede.
He said he was going to sing for beach parties and drinks in public because police are there to ensure that municipal laws apply.
Mr Wonder’s Big Seniorguard Bay Bay’s Plenty beach has been a rude people when the beaches claim to be the problem because they swim in the wrong places.
“We invite people to listen to us when they swim at the beach because we see what the sea is like. Please swim where we order them to avoid dumping. We are still waiting and happy with the services we have because we have a motorcycle and navigational ships, “the Association said.