South Africans "stood for what being an African is about" during the 2010 Fifa World Cup and should "keep the love going", says Nkatlego, a youngster from Soweto - while giving her thoughts on what it means to be South African.
"Siyabonga! Thank you! We enjoyed your company so much - please come back again ..." South Africans from all walks of life send their messages to the thousands of people who visited the country for the 2010 Fifa World Cup.
Actor Morgan Freeman, who played the part of Nelson Mandela in Clint Eastwood's film Invictus, talks about his love for the great man, and why he believes Mandela Day is important for humanity.
Being in South Africa during the 2010 Fifa World Cup has been "nothing but life-changing", says Blaise Hossain from Los Angeles, California, citing the "genuine warm, inviting and rich culture that every South African embodies in very different ways."
Former US President Bill Clinton paid a visit to South African President Jacob Zuma in Pretoria on Wednesday, ahead of the USA vs Algeria World Cup match. While the two men have a range of common interests, including climate change and poverty alleviation, it seemed that soccer was first on the agenda.
The Western Cape is known for its amazing winelands. Join us as we take a trip to Stellenbosch to visit three of the top wine destinations South Africa has to offer: the historic Simonsig, the scenic Rustenberg, and the red wine specialists of Kanonkop.
The Cape Town International Convention Centre will play host to a massive, non-stop, 31-day party throughout the 2010 Fifa World Cup. The "best afterparty in town" will feature top local and international musicians, special country day celebrations - and enough giant screens to keep any football fan happy. Here's a glimpse of what's in store.
Diski Dancing "flash mobs" have been popping up all over the country on their crusade of teaching the nation the South African football jive ahead of the 2010 Fifa World Cup. Recently, they stunned a crowd of Capetonians when they started their amazing routine in front of all and sundry. Here's how it went down.
"A new discovery sheds light on where we as a species have come from; a discovery so big it will change the way we view our distant past ..." Watch the video tracing the uncovering of what scientists are calling a new species of hominid at South Africa's Cradle of Humankind.
Martial arts fans gathered at Cape town's Grand West Casino recently for the African Muay Thai Qualifier and Mixed Martial Arts Fight Night, where two African champions were selected to represent the continent at the first SportAccord Combat Games in Beijing, China in August-September 2010.