Two years since SWC
11 June 2012
It has been two years since the Soccer World Cup took place in South Africa.
Billions of rands were spent on building stadiums and improving transport systems across the country.
According to the Cape Chamber of Commerce, the City of Cape Town has been the hardest hit by the world cup two years ago.
The chamber’s Deputy President Gordon Metter said the City is busy with a move to improve facilities there which should generate income and reduce the financial burden on the City.
He said the World Cup has put Cape Town in front of many tourists and people.
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