FIFA World Cup 2010, Tourism, South Africa,...

12. May 2010

SA's image 'about to change forever'

The 2010 Fifa World Cup™ will forever change the world's perception of South Africa, President Jacob Zuma said at the opening of the Tourism Indaba trade show in Durban on Saturday.
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12. May 2010

Moses Mabhida stadium has generated over R4 million

Durban's Moses Mabhida Stadium has generated over R4 million through its sky car and bungee jumping facility in the past few months, the city said on Thursday.
"This proves...

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FIFA World Cup 2010, Economy, Tourism, Press...

12. May 2010

Africa’s first high-speed train to open ahead of World Cup

Gautrain arrives at O.R. Tambo International Airport outside of Johannesburg
The Gautrain, Africa's first high-speed rail line, will launch on June 8 in South Africa three days before the...

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12. May 2010

World Cup trophy begins South African tour

Former president Nelson Mandela welcomed the World Cup trophy to South Africa on Thursday before the coveted gold statue begins a tour of the country ahead of next month's World Cup.
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12. May 2010

SA marks 30 day countdown to World Cup

With exactly 30 days to go before the start of the 2010 Fifa World Cup, campaigns to get the nation hyped around the tournament are in top gear. Around 150 diski dancers will make stops in the...

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Embassy, FIFA World Cup 2010, Press, Topnews

10. March 2010

Press Conference at ITB opening day

Press Conference at ITB 2010

Berlin 10 March 2010. In the evening of the first day of the ITB, the largest tourism fair worldwide, a star-studded press conference took place. The panelists were Minister Marthinus van Schalkwyk:...

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FIFA World Cup 2010, Press Review, Topnews

19. January 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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