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Press Review, FIFA World Cup 2010

25. June 2009

Obama to attend 2010 Opening Ceremony

United States president Barack Obama has accepted an invitation to attend the opening ceremony of the 2010 World Cup final in Johannesburg on June 11. "The president of the United States has been...

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FIFA World Cup 2010, Press Review

25. June 2009

Mandela meets Bafana

Former South African president Nelson Mandela met the national team on Wednesday to wish them luck on the eve of their FIFA Confederations Cup semi-final against Brazil.

The 90-year-old...

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Topnews, FIFA World Cup 2010

25. June 2009

Euphoria as Bafana prepare to face Brazil

Pretoria – South Africa is awash with Green, Black, White, Gold, Red and Blue as Bafana Bafana prepare to lock horns with Brazil in the second semi-final of the 2009 Fifa Confederations Cup at Ellis...

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FIFA World Cup 2010, Topnews

22. June 2009

Football - South Africa style

Flying in from Canada to experience African football first-hand, Peter Severinac, from Ontario, was blown away by the electric atmosphere inside the Royal Bafokeng Stadium in Rustenburg on Wednesday...

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FIFA World Cup 2010

11. June 2009

Zuma kicks off 2010 countdown

Vuvuzelas brayed and construction workers cheered as President Jacob Zuma kicked off the 365-day countdown to the 2010 World Cup in Cape Town on Thursday. "We have made it," he said, before booting a...

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FIFA World Cup 2010, Topnews

11. June 2009

South Africa: time to ignite 2010!

Thursday 11 June 2009 marks one year to kick-off of the 2010 Fifa World Cup, and Brand South Africa calls on all South Africans to wear a football jersey or yellow shirt, to fly the South African...

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FIFA World Cup 2010, Press Review

08. June 2009

SA’s first newly-built 2010 stadium complete

This weekend the Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium in the Eastern Cape Province became the first newly-built stadium to be opened for 2010 FIFA World Cup. A public opening was hosted by the Nelson Mandela...

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