Thursday, April 29, 2010

Street Vendors Allowed to Sell Food Dring Cup in Nelson Mandela Bay

Street vendors will be allowed to sell indigenous foods in the Nelson Mandela Bay Metro Municipality during the World Cup. Health concerns had previously prevented street vendors from selling food, and many other cities still plan to prevent locals from peddling food on the streets.

The municipality says it biggest concern has always been health issues - and those who will be permitted to trade will have to adhere to the rules. "We invite traders to make the best economic opportunity to make money from the World Cup by selling their food. We will be very strict when it comes to health regulations and they must adhere to that," says Nelson Mandela municipal spokesperson, Kupido Baron.

Traders allowed to sell indigenous food during World Cup
April 26, 2010