Work to begin on Cape Town venue

Chadwick, Philip
April 2001
Marketing Event;Apr2001, p13
Focuses on the construction of Cape Town Convention Centre in South Africa in April 2001. Overview of the tendering process for the construction contract of the venue; Significance of the venue to the employment rate in Cape Town; Industries which will benefit from the venue.


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