If you have an international guest in your establishment, where must their details be logged?

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Published: April 3, 2020

SA Tourism has created The Central Traveller Registry for accommodation establishments who do not have a visitor management system.

Please see below for instructions on how to submit:

  1. Please download this excel file here
  2. Once completed, save as a CSV file
  3. Fill the form in with your guest registry information from 8 March 2020 to date
  4. Please email this completed form to accommodation@southafrica.net.
  5. Please update this form on a daily basis to ensure the most recent data is available

 

 

 

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