Casual work in Cape Town South Africa is available for students and people looking for part time jobs with an employer for the summer holiday season. Many vacancies exist for those willing to put in the time required to hold down temporary work in the City itself or at places such as Table View, Hout Bay, Fish Hoek, Bloubergstrand, Somerset West and Muizenburg just to name a few. Students and young people usually come down to the Western Cape during the holiday period and start looking for a position once they arrive although it may be best to try and find something before you actually get here.
Amongst the various casual work in Cape Town SA on offer are jobs in the hotel sector, other entertainment facilities that are looking for waiters or waitresses, barmen and barwomen or vacancies in the building trade. Some beaches around the Cape require extra part-time lifeguards to keep a close eye on the beach and swimmers, there are even positions available which allow students to help out on Wine Estates with serving wine to visitors and helping with other general duties contributing to keeping the farm running smoothly. Students will be able to find cheap accommodation in and around the City especially if they are willing to stay at any of the various backpackers.
December is an extremely busy time in this part of South Africa and usually a time of year when all establishments are booming with visitors and holiday makers. Many of these companies are seeking students and young people to work as temporary employees instead of having to employ a bigger team of people all putting in the standard 40 hour week. The Waterfront gets particularly busy and there are various positions available in many shops and restaurants as well as help needed on boats taking tourists out for sunset cruises around the bay or on the boats to Robben Island. Spend a little time researching to find yourself the casual work in Cape Town South Africa that will fit you the most.