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Last updated: 12 November, 2006 - Published 03:00 GMT
 
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Welcome to Cape Town
 
The V and A Waterfront and Table mountain
Tourism in Cape Town is still dominated by white tour operators
Given its natural beauty the city of Cape Town has always been one of South Africa's most popular tourist destinations.

While most foreign visitors come from the traditional markets of Europe and America, an increasing number of Africans are also visiting the city.

Since the end of Apartheid in 1994, the city's tourism industry has however, still remained largely white-owned despite government efforts to ease access for black operators through its Black Economic Empowerment programme.

Mohammed Allie has been looking at Cape Town's tourism industry and sent this report

 
 
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The faces of Cape Town tourism
 
 
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