News of border crossing scams at Livingston/Victoria Falls (drivers beware).
And there’s a new requirement for travellers who have been in Zambia to have a Yellow Fever certificate issued at least ten days earlier, when entering South Africa, based on changes to the Yellow Fever map by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) which is treated as the authority on these matters.
Many foreign visitors would be likely to have a YF certificate already, for crossing borders further north and in some instances as a health precaution. But for South Africans, and Southern Africa-based tourists this is new. It’s still not required for Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Mozambique or South Africa, if you’re only travelling between those countries.
Presumably the authorities in all the southern African countries will apply the same YF rule to visitors who have been in Zambia, as they already do (in theory at least) to visitors arriving from, for example DRC or any other YF transmission country.