Rustenburg ready

2010-06-26 16:35

Johannesburg - Some 540 officials and volunteers will man 50 key points in Phokeng and around Rustenburg to assist traffic for the USA-Ghana World Cup match on Saturday, the North West department of public safety said.

Roads around the Royal Bafokeng Stadium would be closed from 07:00 on Saturday for the match which was expected to draw a full-capacity crowd, said spokesperson Lesiba Kgwele on Friday.

Spectators should ensure they take the correct park and ride shuttles, as there were some problems during the Japan-Denmark match on Thursday night when police had to intervene after some people found themselves on the wrong bus.

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