Why work with us?:
1.- We are a real strip club agency and you will meet us in person.
2.- We send you to the club you want and not to the
club that is good for us.
3.- Every time you travel with us, Exotic Angels
provides you with a health, accident and life
insurance during the term of the contract.
4.- We can help you with the flight tickets if you
don't have a credit card. We will always be looking after you, from the time
you go out from your house until the time you are back.
Strip Club in
Cape Town -
This club is the only establishment of its kind in South Africa to have
been awarded 180 Government approved work permits for dancers. It has been
awarded these permits through maintaining high standards within its
NO BASIC SALARY
Mon – Thurs, Saturday: 19H00 - 04H00
Friday: 13H00 – 04H00
Stage show is Topless and one full nude performance on the hour (Fantasy
dancers perform +- 5 times per night 3 songs per show.
Dress code: Ranging
from seductive lingerie, evening wear to fantasy wear.
Table Dance is R250 for 2 songs of which R200 the dancer keeps and the club
Table Dance is up to 5 guys and
any additional guy or song is R50 which the girl will keep and maximum of 2
Dance / Lap Dance is R400 for 3 songs of which R300 the girl keeps and R100 the
club gets. any additional song is R50 which the girl will keep and maximum of 2
Private Dance / Touch Dance is R650 for 3 songs of which R500 the girl keeps
and R150 the club gets. No additional songs allowed.
Drinks range from Hot beverages, soft drinks, wines, shooters, cocktails,
spirits to Champagnes. The dancer is not required to drink alcohol. Commission
and incentives are paid for Champagne sales as well as Cocktail sales.
provided for R500 per week.
provided at R200 per week.
Airfare can be advanced
to the dancer.
security and safe and secure environment to the girls and would like to offer
them a 3 month contract. Working visas can be arrange at a fee cost to the
Map taken from lonelyplanet.com
About the Country:
OFFICIAL NAME: Republic
of South Africa
SYSTEM OF GOVERNMENT: Multiparty Republic
AREA: 1,221,042 Sq Km (471,447 Sq Mi)
ESTIMATED 2000 POPULATION: 38,577,200
LOCATION & GEOGRAPHY:
South Africa is located at the southern end of the African
Continent. It is bound by the Namibia to the northwest, Botswana
to the north, Zimbabwe, Mozambique and Swaziland to the
northeast, the Indian Ocean to the east and southeast and the
Atlantic Ocean to the southwest and west. Geographically, the
country contains a broad centrally depressed plateau as well as a
continuous series of mountain ranges known as the Great
Escarpment that ring the interior plateau. Inland from the Great
Escarpment the central plateau, which comprises the Kalahari
Basin, consists of rolling plains that drop to the center and
northern interior. The Great Escarpment runs almost continuously
unbroken from the Zambezi River in Zimbabwe around the
continent's southern edge and arcs northward through Namibia. The
principal river is the Orange with its tributaries the Vaal and
Caledon. Major Cities (pop. est.); Cape Town 2,350,200,
Johannesburg 1,916,100, Durban 1,137,400, Pretoria 1,080,200
(1991). Land Use; forested 7%, pastures 66%,
agricultural-cultivated 11%, other 16% (1993).
CLIMATE: South Africa
has a temperate climate that is influenced by the warm Agulhas
current from Mozambique as well as the Indian Ocean to the east
and the cold Benguela current from the Atlantic Ocean on the west
coast. Most rainfall occurs as a result of moist warm Indian
Ocean air currents while distribution decreases from east to
west. Average annual precipitation varies from 400 mm (16 inches)
in the east to less than 50 mm (2 inches) in the northwest
coastal regions. Average annual precipitation in Cape Town is 510
mm (20 inches) and average temperature ranges are from 9 to 17
degrees Celsius (48 to 63 degrees Fahrenheit) in July to 16 to 27
degrees Celsius (61 to 81 degrees Fahrenheit) in February.
CURRENCY: The official currency is the Rand (R) divided into
ECONOMY: Gross National Product; USD $118,961,000,000 (1994).
Public Debt; USD $2,274,000,000 (1994). Imports; R 59,073,000,000
(1993). Exports; R 79,482,000,000 (1993). Tourism Receipts; USD
$1,190,000,000 (1993). Balance of Trade; R 10,786,000,000 (1994).
Economically Active Population; 14,297,048 or 35.3% of total
population (1994). Unemployed; 32.6% (1994).