The Table Mountain Aerial Cableway Company (TMACC) started the campaign to create a spirit of giving and rebuilding bonds which have taken strain during the pandemic. Selected through a weekly social media giveaway, winners are being encouraged to pay it forward by sharing their winning tickets with others who may not have experienced it before, or as a gesture of kindness or gratitude – just as Clint Botha did.
Botha has been up the Cableway several times and felt like it was time to give back to a fellow local who hadn’t experienced Africa’s leading tourist attraction and New7Wonders of Nature yet.
“Now more than ever, it’s important for us to support local. By doing this and supporting local businesses, we can help recover the economy,” Botha adds.
Managing director of TMACC Wahida Parker, says that the mountain belongs to all of us and would like to ensure everyone that it’s safe to come and visit the Cableway.
She explains that TMACC is continually engaging with the relevant industry bodies to ensure that it implements the safety measures that will protect its staff and visitors.
“As part of this, we will operate the Cableway for visitors in accordance with health regulations and follow strict Covid-19 health and safety protocols.”
Parker continued saying that there is ongoing communication to staff, suppliers and visitors focusing on health and safety, along with reinforcing their commitment to social and environmental sustainability.
Visitors are encouraged to share their Instagram reel or story, tag TMACC and use the hashtag #SpottedatTableMountainCableway in their caption. Following all strict health and safety protocols, the Cableway is open for all visitors to Table Mountain.