Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles at Johannesburg's Hotel Sky staff adhere to strict guidelines, including wearing masks and physically distancing from guests as much as possible, that is, except Lexi, Mika and aerial. Welcome to Hotel Sky, though to be fair, they couldn't breathe germs on you if they tried robots. Hospitality is nothing new. Japan has had them for years, for example, but this isn't Japan is the very first hotel in Africa that has robots, hotels, guys. Managing director Paul Kelly says the addition of the three automated concierges is unique for South Africa. On the wider continent, robots will never, ever replace people, never especially in hospitality environment. Where you know way are we humans that want people contact? We want that social interaction and robots just can't do that. But what they can do is they can offer you a great conscious experience. Nevertheless, the use of robots could be seen as controversial in a country with one of the world's worst jobless rates over 30% according to President Cyril Ram opposes State of the Nation address last Thursday in the upmarket Sandton district, Lexi Mika and aerial contract 300 kg of luggage from the lobby to the rooms can scan faces to measure guests. Mood aunt could be deployed to serve high risk guests amid the health crisis. However, guests can opt to interact with more traditional staff if they don't want to lose that human touch.