The former Prime minister of Kenya Raila Odinga is having a consultative meeting with the South African Minister Lindiwe Sisulu at Johannesburg city Today on matters Tourism.
They are also expected to discuss on the poaching, and Tourists attack at Jozini dam, KZN.
"Tourism creates thousands of jobs in our country and these attacks are direct attacks in our economy" says Sisulu.
The Terrorists were five Germans, two Americans, one Australian and four South Africans, who were staying in a private lodge in the Pongola dam reserve. They were on an elephant River Cruise when the incident took place. They have moved onto their destination.
According to the owner of the lodge there were no injuries though tourists are traumatized. The media statement was released by C's in order to condemn the alleged shooting of the tourists and elephants on the Jozini Dam which took place on Wednesday.
Raila is also expected to address the same problems affecting tourism in South Africa.
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