Table Mountain gets its own security squad of rangers to protect tourists

Sixty security staff have been appointed to guard tourists in Table Mountain National Park, two weeks after a Russian tourist’s murder.

Tourism minister Mmamoloko Kubayi-Ngubane met the 60 white-gloved guards on Thursday at Kloof Nek, in the shadow of Table Mountain’s northern face.

Their numbers will be boosted to 86 in October, and cameras and drones will join the anti-crime effort from December.

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Table Mountain Security

Tourism minister Mmamoloko Kubayi-Ngubane with some of the 60 tourism monitors who have started work in Table Mountain National Park.
Image: City of Cape Town

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