Google Earth’s Street View In SA: Before World Cup 2010

Some interesting news to bring you now, as Google has confirmed that they will be rolling out their Street View service in South Africa, before the FIFA World Cup kicks off this June.

As reported from RealEstateWeb, it now means that residents in South Africa who are eager to find a new home, or do some site spotting around various cities in the country, will be able to do so in the coming weeks.

Cities included on Street View using the Google Earth tech include Johannesburg, Pretoria, Durban, Port Elizabeth and Cape Town.

This is also great for tourists from the US and UK heading over to SA for the World Cup, and are looking for a place to stay or attractions to visit during the two week football tournament.

Let us know your thoughts on this, we’ll let you know once Street View is available in South Africa.

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Written by Alan Ng

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