'Tweede Nuwe Jaar attracts 100 000 people to the CBD'

Tweede Nuwe Jaar, or the Cape Town Street Parade as it has is known these days is one of the biggest events of the year. However is is an event that has a lot of controversy in the form of legal battles surrounding it.

Despite this this it remains highly popular, with an expected 100 000 people attending the parade. This is according to Muneeb Gambino Spokeperson at Kaapse Klopse Karnivaal Association.

Gambino says that the court battles have been time consuming, but they are ready to put on a good show.

The truth of the matter is we've been single mined about returning this event to the people - and today is testiment to that.

Muneeb Gambino Spokeperson at Kaapse Klopse Karnivaal Association

This event is exceptionally well organised. Ultimately people with smiles on their faces are showing that they are happy with this event.

Muneeb Gambino Spokeperson at Kaapse Klopse Karnivaal Association

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