Desperate top South African business man decided to express himself when he massage the President of the country Mr Ramaphosa concerning with the current imposed restrictions that prevent industries to perform at their desired rate.
According to Mr Wack the man who is in charge of big hotels around the country of South Africa, which also includes accommodation that located in Zimbali the North of Durban, believe their sector which is tourism industry is lossing billions of Rands.
Mr Wack went further to mention that since the imposed of first lock down last year,the tourism industry about one million of employment has been forced to shout down by the sector.
Mr Wack plead to government to consider opening the economic activities of the country, where it used to be as this will improve the country GDP.
Mr Wack also believe the opening of economic activities to where it used to be will create more employment and improve lives of the South African citizen.
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