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Rea Vaya to take fans to Mandela Cup



Rea Vaya buses will be transporting soccer fans to the FNB Stadium where Bafana Bafana and Zambia will be competing against each other for the Nelson Mandela Challenge on Wednesday.

The services will be available from Ellis Park and Thokoza Park from 4:30pm - 8pm.

After the games, Rea Vaya trunk and feeder service will again be available from 10pm - 12:00 midnight.

Fares for the service will cost R8.50 single trip and fans using the feeder routes will have to pay R4.50 extra for each trip.

For a convenient speedy service, fans are encouraged to buy return tickets so that they do not have to wait in ticket queues for the second time to buy their ticket after the match is finished.

Both trips to and from the match, Rea Vaya Soccer City stations will be used to drop off and pick up fans.



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