This is a reminder to our international delegates that you will need at least two blank (unused) pages in your passport for entry and exit stamps. Your passport must also be valid for at least 30 days beyond the date of departure.
It has come to our attention that visa applications, specifically in African Countries, are taking a bit longer than expected. If you have not applied for your visa yet we would like to encourage you to do so as soon as possible. If you require an invitation letter for your application, please contact Leanne Armoogam - Leannea@turnersconferences.co.za
|Water Restriction Update|
Cape Town is dependent on business and leisure tourism, it supports approximately 300 000 jobs across the Western Cape. During peak season (November - January) international tourists only add 1% to the population of the Western Cape. This number drops from April - September.
WHAT DOES "DAY ZERO" MEAN?
"Day Zero" is when the City of Cape Town will cut the regular flow of water. "Day Zero" is a projected date (2019 at current projections): if all of us adhere to the water savings target, "Day Zero" can be avoided.
Even if "Day Zero" arrives, you would still be able to enjoy the diverse and world-class experience Cape Town has to offer.
SOME WATER SAVING TIPS
Here are some tips on how to conserve this precious resource during your stay:
Most of the hotels and convention centres have put measures in place to reduce their water consumption, for example Century City Convention Centre are using recycled water for flushing the toilets and Century City Hotel have restrictors on their taps but have also got the option to use waterless hand cleanser instead of soap and water.
We are positive that your stay will not be compromised in any way.
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