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n terms of Covid-19, Africa has been one of the least affected continents with, to date, less than 4 per cent of all cases globally. And while strict lockdowns were enforced initially, over the last couple of months governments across the continent have been gradually re-opening their borders and starting to welcome international visitors once again. This news has come as welcome relief for businesses throughout Africa which, without government support, had been left wondering how long

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