3 - 5 April 2023

Health and Well-being at WTM Africa 2022

The health and safety of our colleagues, partners and audiences remains our number one priority. Our Global COVID-19 ‘Safety Shows’ Health and Safety strategy aims to reduce the assessed risks of COVID-19 by complementing and building on those community and other industry safeguards already deployed outside of the trade exhibition and event setting. 

This strategy demonstrates to all our partners and visitors that we can run COVID-19 safe and compliant shows in the countries where we are permitted. In South Africa we strictly adhere to all the rules and regulations laid out by the Government authorities.

NB: event health and safety precautionary guidelines are subject to change as directed by the local authorities.


If you have a fever, cough, shortness of breath, feeling unwell or suspect to have symptoms of COVID-19, please seek medical attention, and do not attend the event.  The event will be delivered with the strict standards of health and safety measures including always wearing a mask, social distancing, and general hygiene protocols. We encourage all guests to exercise social responsibility.

Inbound Travel Advice - Please ensure you have taken the time to read all of the latest Government, Public Health, travel and testing guidance. 

All attendees are required to always wear a facemask in all areas of the show.

CTICC will maintain the highest standards of cleaning before, during and after the event. 

Exhibition hall capacity to apply the minimum 1m social distancing corresponding into 1 person per 3m2 gross. The maximum capacity for each area must be observed.

All F&B outlets at CTICC will operate in line with government guidelines on capacity, social distancing and safety regulations.

Sanitisers are readily available at multiple locations.

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