Twelfth Amendment to the Tourism Act

The government has proposed a twelfth amendment to the Tourism Act. The last amendment, the Eleventh Amendment, came into effect on 03 July 2022.

Why would the government propose yet another amendment to the law in less than two months since the last amendment came into effect?

On review, the current amendment bill is not aimed at introducing any new policy interventions. Instead, it aims to rectify an oversight that occurred during the stages of enacting the Eleventh Amendment – especially in relation to the levy of Green Tax.

Introducing the Eleventh Amendment to the Tourism Act

The Tourism Act of 1999 is now officially amended for the eleventh time and published in the…

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