Friday, May 14, 2010

Town in Southern Cape Hopes to Make Impact as Team Base

The small town of Knysna in the Southern Cape will be the home base for the French and Danish national teams, and it's hoping to use the opportunity to put its name on French and Danish lists of South African cities to see.

Knysna Municipality mayor Eleanore Bouw-Spies sees this as an opportunity for the town to make a lasting impression on the French and Danish visitors. Bouw-Spies says this is a great opportunity for the town to put itself on the map, to open up opportunities as they are looking for more exposure post the World Cup in terms of cultural, social and other engagements.

Knysna looks to cash in on World Cup
April 30, 2010