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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".
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Location: Polokwane, Limpopo province Capacity: 45 000 seats Matches: Algeria vs Slovenia (13 June), France vs Mexico (17 June), Greece vs Argentina...
It took 32 months to build, creating 26 000 jobs in the process. Its iconic arch has become a tourist attraction in itself. It's been rated one of the world's most beautiful sport stadiums, and it's permanently changed the look and feel of the city of Durban. Check our latest Moses Mabhida Stadium video, and find out what everyone's raving about.
Joao Raposo, a Brazilian journalist, is so impressed with South Africa’s stadiums he’s concerned his home country won’t match up when it hosts the Fifa World Cup in 2014.
Plans are under way to set up a medical operations centre in Polokwane to assist with any incidents that might arise at the Peter Mokaba Stadium during the 2010 Fifa World Cup.
With just some paintwork and other final touches left before completion, Peter Mokaba Stadium in South Africa's Limpopo province will be officially opened in January, five months before the kickoff of the 2010 Fifa World Cup.
Standing on the newly laid pitch, with the signature arch soaring overhead and the 56 000 permanent seats all in place, one can almost see the crowds taking their seats and feel the excitement growing in Durban's dramatic new multi-purpose stadium.