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FIFA WM 2010, Pressespiegel, Topnews

19. Januar 2010

World Cup fever spreads abroad

A group of South Africans living in Korea have started a project called "Hug a South African" to help promote Africa’s first football World Cup in June. The project was started by ten...

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FIFA WM 2010, Pressespiegel

12. Januar 2010

'You cannot compare Angola with SA'

The gun attack on Togo's team bus in Angola before the start of the African Nations Cup will have no impact on the World Cup in South Africa this year, chief World Cup organiser Danny Jordaan said on...

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FIFA WM 2010, Pressespiegel

12. Januar 2010

Angola attack will not affect World Cup: Zuma

President Jacob Zuma says the attack on Togo's national soccer team in Angola will not affect the 2010 Soccer World Cup. Presidential spokesperson Vincent Magwenya says South Africa remains...

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Topnews, FIFA WM 2010, Presse, Pressespiegel

11. Januar 2010

Press Release: Angola Attack

Berlin, 11.01.2010. The gun attack on Togo’s team bus in the Cabinda enclave of Angola on Friday, before the start of the African Nations Cup has deeply shocked players, officials and fans around the...

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FIFA WM 2010, Pressespiegel

05. Januar 2010

Bafana's Mzansi Unite 2010 jersey hits Cape Town

Bafana Bafana's performance on the field may have been disappointing of late, but South Africans still believe in their abilities. The team’s giant yellow traveling Unite Mzanzi Unite jersey has...

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FIFA WM 2010, Tourismus, Pressespiegel

05. Januar 2010

City of Durban sets its sights beyond 2010

Durban's stadium will be one of the most dazzling in the 2010 World Cup but the port's ambition soars even higher, like the spectacular arch spanning the arena with a view across the Indian Ocean....

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FIFA WM 2010, Politik, Topnews, Pressespiegel

05. Januar 2010

2010 a year of national unity, says Zuma

President Jacob Zuma says 2010 is the year for South Africans to renew their commitment to national unity. "Together we must make 2010 the year in which we renew our commitment to national unity...

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