SA welcomed 42k tourists from Spain in 2019- Ramaphosa

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South Africa and the Kingdom of Spain have a well-established bilateral economic relationship, which provides a firm platform for growth and expansion. That’s the word from President Cyril Ramaphosa who was hosting the Spanish Prime Minister, Pedro Sanchez, in Pretoria yesterday. The president said that Spain is a strategic tourism market for South Africa, with approximately 42,000 tourists from Spain visiting South Africa in 2019 alone.

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