Saturday, March 6, 2010

Bar Owners Hope to Cash In With Strip Club During World Cup

This piece looks at business owners in Rustenberg who are hoping to cash in on visitors to the country for the World Cup by running a shuttle service between their bar and nearby "gentleman's club".

Lourens Opperman, 45, and Louis Coetzee, 40, own Castle Corner in Rustenburg in the North West Province where six matches will be played at the Royal Bafokeng Stadium and where the England squad will be based.

Opperman also runs a "gentlemen's club" a few kilometres out of the city where they plan to lay on a courtesy "bonk bus" to transport visitors.

"In town we have a pub and outside is the club," says Coetzee.

They will hire buses to run a shuttle service to the sprawling estate.

Laying on the ladies for the World Cup
Independent Online
March 5, 2010