We’re leaving SA, say holiday makers after rock attack


We’re leaving SA, say holiday makers after rock attack

Six youngsters attack visitors at Eastern Cape tourism hot spot, and even hurl rocks at their helicopter

Malibongwe Dayimani

A party of holiday makers was pelted with rocks while relaxing at the bottom of the 100m Tsitsa Falls in the Eastern Cape town of Tsolo at the weekend – and for one family it has proved the last straw.

The attack by six youngsters occurred at noon on Saturday, said Eugene Couzyn, a tour guide and the owner of one of two helicopters used to transport the visitors to the picturesque site.

The Eastern Cape Parks and Tourism Agency (ECPTA) has condemned the incident...

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