South Africa removes Yellow Fever requirement to Tanzania and more
Tuesday 10 February 2015
South Africa has removed the requirement for travellers to produce proof of a yellow fever vaccination for travel between Tanzania and South Africa, the Department of Health confirmed.
The announcement was made at the end of January when the same requirement was dropped for travel to Zambia, which took effect immediately. The removal of the requirement also applies to travel between South Africa and Eritrea, Somalia and São Tomé and Principe
Source: South African Tourism Update