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23. Juli 2010

Top marks for SA’s World Cup

South Africa has come out with flying colours for hosting one of the most successful World Cups of all time. This was announced by Fifa boss Sepp Blatter at a press briefing in Johannesburg on 12...

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23. Juli 2010

A legacy of harmony and pride

Although the spirit of the 2010 Fifa World Cup has touched South Africa in many significant ways, the legacy of unity is above all else for Dr Irvin Khoza, chairperson of the tournament’s Local...

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23. Juli 2010

Putting the stamp on the World Cup

The South African Post Office (Sapo) has released a series of colourful commemorative stamps and covers to mark the 2010 Fifa World Cup. The stamps were issued on 11 June, the opening day of the...

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23. Juli 2010

Picture Gallery: United for Bafana Bafana

South Africa's largest city of Johannesburg rang with the sound of vuvuzela trumpets on Wednesday 9 June as fans from the township of Soweto to the glitzy commercial centre of Sandton took to the...

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13. Juli 2010

Global leaders sing South Africa's praises

International leaders came out with high praise for South Africa on Sunday, as the country prepared to host the finale of what many have described as the best Fifa World Cup ever. By Irene Naidoo...

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FIFA WM 2010, Pressespiegel

02. Juli 2010

World Cup attendances could be best since US'94

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The overall attendance at the World Cup could be the highest since the tournament was held in the United States 16 years ago, organisers
said on Thursday. With eight of the 64 matches left to...

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02. Juli 2010

South Africans turn their focus to Ghana

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Calling on all South Africans to support Africa's last World Cup hopefuls this Friday! The Gauteng Provincial Government has kicked off a mobilisation campaign to drum up support for the Ghanaian...

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