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Soweto: from struggle to suburbia

Twenty years of freedom have transformed Soweto, once a sprawling dormitory dumping ground for Johannesburg's black workers, into a green and attractive city of its own, with housing, parks, shopping malls, efficient public transport and a vibrant tourist trade.

One Young World Summit hits Joburg

Youngsters passionate about world issues have arrived in Sandton, Johannesburg, to bring fresh perspective to the challenges facing their respective countries. They were joined by world leaders offering support and praise for youth participation in tackling global issues.
SA is getting plenty right

Journos get the Afcon experience

Brand South Africa hosted journalists visiting South Africa for the 2013 Orange Africa Cup of Nations. The tour kicked off in Durban two days before the tournament got under way, and moved to Johannesburg and the venue for the opening ceremony.
Football Fridays is back!

Bright future for FNB Stadium

Bright future for FNB Stadium

The FNB Stadium in Johannesburg, a hub of activity during the 2010 Fifa World Cup, is the most profitable facility that was built or renovated in South Africa for tournament matches - and its success as a venue looks set to continue.

Bright future for FNB Stadium

The FNB Stadium in Johannesburg, a hub of activity during the 2010 Fifa World Cup, is the most profitable facility that was built or renovated in South African for tournament matches – and its success as a venue looks set to continue.
Soccer City brews up a storm

2010 Fifa World Cup: success stories

Touring Joburg’s stadium masterpiece

Johannesburg visitors and residents who are keen on seeing the architectural masterpiece that is Africa's biggest stadium - known as Soccer City during the 2010 Fifa World Cup, since renamed FNB Stadium - can now take a guided tour of the city's famous "African calabash".
Soccer City: an architect's dream

Wits lift silverware in Soccer City opener

President Jacob Zuma officially opened Soccer City, South Africa's flagship 2010 Fifa World Cup venue, as Bidvest Wits and AmaZulu met in the final of the R19.3-million Nedbank Cup on Saturday. When it was all over, the Students had aced their exam!

Gallery: The workers who built Soccer City

View and download high-resolution photos of the men and women who built Johannesburg's Soccer City stadium, the calabash-shaped arena that is one of the most celebrated legacies of the 2010 Fifa World Cup.
Gallery: World Cup stadiums

Your front row seat at Soccer City

Your front row seat at Soccer City

Set to be the centre-piece of the 2010 Fifa World Cup as the host of the opening and final match, Johannesburg's Soccer City is already proving its power to pull crowds with the opening up of public tours through the stadium.
Nelson Mandela: SA 2010 envoy

2010 World Cup: 500 days to go

South Africa's preparations for the 500-day countdown to the opening of the 2010 Fifa World Cup are well under way, with a wide range of activities taking place across the country, and a main event scheduled for Bloemfontein on Monday.

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