Many in the province are eagerly looking forward to watching the United Rugby Championship final, this Saturday, between the Stormers and Bulls at Cape Town Stadium. Sadly, the number of people who can attend in person remains capped by unnecessary Covid-19 restrictions.
The Premier of the Western Cape, Alan Winde, said: “While I will certainly be cheering on the Stormers this weekend, I am deeply concerned that an event such as this, which creates significant economic activity in our province, is not able to operate at its full capacity. It is high time that we do away with all Covid-19 restrictions as they serve only to undermine our hospitality and tourism sectors and derail private sector-led job creation.”
At present, only 5src% of tickets are allowed to be sold in terms of the existing Covid-19 restrictions. The total capacity of Cape Town Stadium is 55 srcsrcsrc, which means that ticket sales are limited to just 27 5srcsrc people. “That is why I am reiterating my call to President Ramaphosa to convene an urgent President’s Coor
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