From our friends at the Association of Southern African Travel Agents (ASATA) comes news that the South African government recently published long-awaited amendments to its visa regulations related to child travelers. This issue was profiled in a recent Skift article as well, which notes that "on the face of it, there's good news, with minors from visa-exempt countries [like the U.S.] no longer required to produce a UBC [unabridged birth certificate] before departure," but that challenges remain. If you have clients considering or planning travel to South Africa with children in the near future, make sure to familiarize yourself with the new rules at the link below.
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