City’s cleansing service prepares for festive holiday makers
By Kim Saulse
27 November 2009
The City of Cape Town’s cleansing service has been allocated R17 million to prepare for the annual influx of visitors over the festive season.
Mayoral committee member Clive Justus says in addition to the normal holiday influx, hundreds of visitors will descend upon the City for the Fifa World Cup Draw on the 4th of next month.
Many are likely to stay on for a holiday. To cope, 910 temporary staff have been employed to enhance visitors experience of the city.