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Press Review, FIFA World Cup 2010

18. May 2009

FIFA to aggressively market Confederations and World Cup tickets

World soccer governing body, FIFA, is to aggressively market the Confederations Cup and next year's World Cup to speed up ticket sales.  Just over 50% of the Confederations Cup tickets have been...

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FIFA World Cup 2010, Topnews

12. May 2009

Official World Cup 2010 advert presented

South African Tourism has just presented their World Cup 2010 advert. You can watch it on our website.

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FIFA World Cup 2010, Press Review

12. May 2009

SA bodies unite to present single Soccer World Cup message

THE International Marketing Council (IMC), the custodian of Brand SA, launched its 2010 Soccer World Cup campaign at the Tourism Indaba in Durban yesterday, focusing on both the domestic and African...

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Press Review, FIFA World Cup 2010

11. May 2009

Mauritius joins the 2010 World Cup accommodation line-up

MAURITIUS has joined the 2010 World Cup Tour Operator Programme as a provider of top-line accommodation for visiting fans. The island nation is the latest country in the region to provide...

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FIFA World Cup 2010, Economy, Press Review

08. May 2009

2010 to give SA a $2.5bn boost

The 2010 Fifa World Cup is to inject an additional R21.3-billion (US$2.52-billion) into South Africa's gross domestic product (GDP), according to research by the Department of Environmental Affairs...

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FIFA World Cup 2010, Press Review

08. May 2009

Cape Town Soccer Stadiums Go Green

The City of Cape Town has approved a R15 million "green" project to irrigate 2010 Soccer World Cup stadiums, an official said on Thursday. After several green options were considered, the city...

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Press Review, FIFA World Cup 2010

07. May 2009

All 2010 major projects will be completed before deadline: Jordaan

With 400 days to the FIFA Soccer World Cup and just 38 days to the Confederations Cup, Local Organising Committee (LOC) Chief Executive Danny Jordaan, says all major challenges have been overcome. |+| read article

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