The City of Cape Town’s transport department is working to decrease the impact of the 2010 FIFA World Cup™ on parking for local residents. Ward Councillor Alderman JP Smith says the city wants to protect the parking available to residents of Green Point to ensure that they are not unduly inconvenienced by events at the stadium and on the Common.
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Cape Town Mayor and Alderman Dan Plato and Western Cape Premier Helen Zille will officially hand over Cape Town Stadium to FIFA Secretary General Jérôme Valcke tomorrow.
The City of Cape Town has selected over 1 100 highly talented artists from all over the Cape Metropole to perform at the city’s official World Cup events from June 11 to July 11, 2010.
Over the past six weeks, more than 3 000 artists participated in a series of tough auditions at six venues across the city. A total of 246 acts, involving 1 280 performers, then took part in “boot camp” training for the final auditions at the GrandWest Arena.
“Recent news articles have favoured the sensational rather than fact in decrying the lack of benefit felt by the poor ahead of the 2010 FIFA World Cup™,” says Cape Town Tourism CEO Mariette du Toit-Helmbold in response to media articles that South Africa’s FIFA World Cup project has failed its citizens.
Since its inception in 2004 Cape Town Tourism has endeavoured to be at the forefront of responsible tourism developments in Cape Town. Today, as a recognised leader in the field, it hosted a workshop for member hospitality establishments on the Tourism Child Protection Code of Conduct.Read more
The City of Cape Town’s Mayoral Committee, at its meeting on May 18, recommended that the City’s Energy and Climate Change Action Plan be tabled at the next Council Meeting for approval. The action plan was supported by all the city’s portfolio committees and the Executive Management Team (EMT).Read more
The City of Cape Town introduced its first branded Integrated Rapid Transit (IRT) buses today at Granger Bay bus station near the new Cape Town Stadium and unveiled the name, colours and design of the new public transport system, MYCiTi.
Tuesday May 11 marks just 30 days to go until the 2010 FIFA World Cup™ kicks off.Read more
As Cape Town prepares to welcome the world to the 2010 FIFA World Cup™, the Mother City is still emerging as a global travel favourite, with a string of fresh accolades to boost its top destination reputation.Read more