About 32,000 people are expected to attend the president’s inauguration next Saturday.
These will include heads of states, SADC ambassadors and representatives from the different business sector.
Minister in the Presidency Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma gave an update on the readiness for the event.
“We expect that there will be 32,000 people that will come to the stadium. The bulk from Gauteng.”
Dlamini Zuma also confirmed that this inauguration will be a Loftus Versfeld Stadium instead of the Union buildings.
“The choice was determined by a number of factors, one the cost, preparing the amphitheater is more costly than hiring the stadium. The other reason is that there will be an inclusive program.
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