Venue General Information
Congress VenueCentury City Conference Centre and Hotel
Century City Conference Centre is centrally located near the Cape Town metropole, with easy access to the CBD and the popular Victoria & Alfred Waterfront. Easy access to the national highway provides convenient access to the Cape Town International Airport and the Cape Winelands.
The Conference Centre has a total capacity for 1900 delegates in 20 venues and an onsite 125 room hotel. A number of otherhotels surround the Conference Centre, ranging from budget to luxury, all within easy walking distance totalling 600 available rooms. Cape Town’s premier shopping centre, Canal Walk, is situated close-by with more than 400 shops & restaurants. There is flagship Virgin Active Health Club inclusive of a five-kilometre running and walking track and a number of luxury spas to choose from.
The venue offers delegates and guests world-class fibre optic and wireless connectivity. A Guest Service Desk will offer the following services to delegates:
- Transportation informationli, including airport transfers, taxis, buses, trains, car rental
- Information on Cape Town visitor attractions and arrangements
- Assistance with accommodation bookings
- Directions, maps and parking information
- Restaurant reservations and recommendations
- Wheelchair / disability assistance
GENERAL INFORMATION ABOUT VISASKindly note information provided below is according to the latest information available from the South African Department of Home Affairs and is subject to change without notice. Applications and enquiries may also be submitted through the Department of Home Affairs VFS Global website. Delegates from African countries must pay specific attention to Yellow Fever vaccination requirements where relevant.
South African visitors’ visas are for international travellers (citizens of other countries) who have permanent residence outside South Africa and who wish to visit the country on a temporary basis for tourism or business purposes for a period of 90 days or less.
On entry to South Africa, a visa is considered to be a visitor’s permit. The permit’s period of validity is calculated from the date of entry into the country and will be set out under the heading “conditions” on the visa label. Please ensure applications are submitted for the correct category visa/permit. Entry into the country may be refused if the purpose of visit is not correctly stated.
Requirements for visitor’s visas differ from country to country (click here for a list of current exempt countries). All requirements are subject to change without notice.
Note: As each application is treated as an individual case, enquiries should still be made with your nearest South African mission or consulate abroad to see whether or not you are required to apply for a visa for peace of mind.
A fee/charge is applicable for issuing a visa. The fee is payable in different currencies in different countries. Visas are not issued at South African ports of entry, and airline officials are obliged to insist on visas before allowing passengers to board. Should delegates arrive without a necessary visa where such is required, entry to South Africa will be denied.
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