FIFA World Cup 2010, Topnews

04. June 2015

South Africa officials again deny bribe allegations

South African Minister of Sports and Recreation Fikile Mbalula has reiterated his stance that his country did not offer bribes in order to secure votes during the bidding process for the 2010 World...

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Topnews, FIFA World Cup 2010, Economy, Tourism

28. February 2015

South Africa Wins Africa Country Image Award

Vienna. February 20, 2015. Africa is one of the most populated continents in the world. While natural resources are abundant, Africa remains the world’s poorest and most underdeveloped region. Media...

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Embassy, FIFA World Cup 2010, Press

22. October 2010

"Communal partnerships with a kick!" Conference

Berlin, 22 October 2010. The Embassy of the Republic of South Africa participated in a two day conference called “Project South Africa 2010 – Germany 2006: Communal partnerships with a kick!”...

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Embassy, FIFA World Cup 2010, South Africa in...

11. October 2010

Who’s got the profit? German - South African reflections on the World Championship - 28-29 October 2010, Evangelische Akademie Bad Boll /Germany

Which effects had the World Cup for socio-economic development in South-Africa? How did it influence the German-South African relationship? Experts from South African and German politics, business,...

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FIFA World Cup 2010, Press Review

30. August 2010

World Cup legacy - what's in store for South Africa?

With the end of the FIFA 2010 World Cup just over a month ago, South Africa can be proud of pulling off an amazing event, which in many ways showed off the best that the country has to offer. The...

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FIFA World Cup 2010, Press Review

23. July 2010

Out of Africa, something new

In the first African World Cup, the real contest was never going to be won or lost on the playing field – as riveting as that spectacle was. The stakes were always much higher for South Africa, and...

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FIFA World Cup 2010, Press Review

23. July 2010

World Cup: 97% of South Africans 'more proud'

Less than a week after the end of the 2010 Fifa World Cup, a survey has found that 99% of South Africans did a good job in hosting the tournament, and 97% are "more proud" to be South...

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