Government dissatisfied with revenue from tourism
Rádio Moçambique / A file photo of the Ressano Garcia border with South Africa
The governments of Mozambique and South Africa have reintroduced reciprocal entry visa suspension measures for citizens who violate visa restrictions.
Foreigners who stay more than the thirty days allowed will be deemed persona non grata and forbidden from visiting again for a period of one year.
Travellers repeating the offence will be banned for two years, and for five years for a third offence.Source: Rádio Moçambique
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