South Africa's lockdown drastically changed Cape Town and Mike Zuma's life. He's hoping the tourists will return but, in the meantime, he shows us some of the highlights of his hometown.
Tourists continue to stay away from Prague because of the COVID-19 pandemic. But at some point, they will return. Will they once again come in masses? Or has the city found a secret recipe to combat "overtourism"?
Authorities are holding final year exams despite students' protests. A worsening coronavirus crisis in the country has put the students' lives at risk, with many of them having to travel to other cities to take exams.
South Africa's tourism sector is on the verge of collapse because of the coronavirus crisis. On Thursday, the last German tourists are to be evacuated. DW correspondent Adrian Kriesch reports from Cape Town.
The lockdown measures to contain the COVID-19 spread have taken a heavy toll on the Southeast Asian country's economy. Now, it is cautiously reopening its borders in order to revive its crucial tourism sector.
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