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“I believe that Africa should have at its southern gateway a New Seven Wonder of Nature. Table Mountain is that gateway. It is in our hands now to make it happen and I call on all South Africans to join us in voting for Table Mountain. For a limited period, it will cost only one moola [one cent] to vote instead of the normal 20 moolas [20 cents],” says Mr Alan Knott-Craig (Jnr), the new owner and CEO of Mxit. “Furthermore, one Mxit user will win everyday in these final 3 days of voting, a 100,000 moola prize.”
The time has come to reveal Table Mountain’s fate in its battle to be named a New7Wonder of Nature and the results will be announced during a free concert at the V&A Waterfront’s Amphitheatre on Friday 11 November.
The public is invited to celebrate Table Mountain’s success to date and to be the first to hear the results of the final round of the New7Wonders of Nature race.
South Africans must draw inspiration from former President Nelson Mandela as the battle for Table Mountain to be named one of the New 7 Wonders of Nature enters its final week, with the mountain languishing outside the Top 10.
In just 42 days, Table Mountain could be named one of the New7Wonders of Nature, an accolade that could generate up to 11 000 new jobs and an additional R1.4 billion in annual revenue for South Africa.