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The fourth ticket sales phase for the 2010 Fifa World Cup - one of the last chances for fans to attend the first football World Cup on African soil - kicks off on Tuesday, 9 February at 12.00 Central European Time.
The first tranche of tickets for the long-awaited 2010 Fifa World Cup are on sale from today - the first of five buying opportunities, each to be administered differently to give all fans an equal chance of securing tickets.
The 2010 Fifa World Cup kick-off in Johannesburg, South Africa is still over a year away, but for football fans around the world, another important date has arrived: tickets for the event are now on sale to the general public.
The Fifa local organising committee has announced that two million tickets for the 2010 Fifa World Cup will go on sale in January next year. The tickets will go on sale on Fifa's website, while paper ticket applications will be available at various outlets around the country.
Unique South African crafts are on sale at the monthly Zasekhaya Market in Newtown, Johannesburg. And we're not talking carved hippos and giraffes - Zasekhaya items are one-of-a-kind, from funky fashion to mosaic mirrors and handmade paper.