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South Africa’s Kagiso Rabada breaks awards record

Social media was buzzing this week with well wishes pouring in for the 2016 South African Cricketer of the Year, Kagiso Rabada. The 21-year-old...
Hosting the big sporting events

Cape Town ‘needs Afcon 2013 matches’

The Cape Chamber of Commerce has urged the City of Cape Town to host African Cup of Nations matches next year, saying football is good for business, it was reported on Tuesday.
World record for SA football fan

World record for SA football fan

Thulani Ngcobo's passion for football has scored him a place in sporting history, after he set a new Guinness World Record for the most Fifa World Cup matches attended by an individual at a single finals tournament.

2010 Fifa World Cup Fan Fest guide

Fan Fests – massive, open-air big-screen gatherings to watch Fifa World Cup matches – attracted more than 18-million people at the 2006 Fifa World Cup in Germany. Now it's South Africa's turn to throw its own world-sized football parties.
World Cup stadiums

2010: a home match for every team

2010: 500 000 more ticket applications

Over 500 000 ticket applications for the 2010 World Cup have already been made within ten days of the third phase of ticket sales, with a marked increase in the number of South Africans applying for a chance to witness footballing history in the making.
Nelson Mandela: SA 2010 envoy

2010 World Cup field complete

The final field of 32 teams for the 2010 Fifa World Cup in South Africa was decided on Wednesday evening when five playoff ties were decided - one in Africa, three in Europe and one in South America.
Joyful

2010 tickets for ‘green’ schools

2010 Fifa World Cup sponsor Coca-Cola is to give 20 000 tickets for World Cup matches to schools across South Africa that do well in an innovative competition that promotes environmental awareness.

Colourful vuvuzelas – from kelp

South Africa’s favourite trumpet, the vuvuzela blown at football matches across the country, is getting a makeover in time for the 2010 Fifa World Cup, with a Cape Town business producing creative and colourful instruments from the kelp washed onto beaches.

'Unprecedented' interest in Africa news

2010 matches free-to-air for Africa

Fifa and the African Union of Broadcasting have signed an agreement that will see all 64 matches of the 2010 Fifa World Cup broadcast live on free-to-air television and radio in 41 territories in sub-Saharan Africa.

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