2010 Soccer World Cup

 
The African hands that reached out to help a British journalist
The African hands that reached out to help a British journalist
For six years David Smith watched the whole of Africa, for one-time Mail & Guardian parent publication the Guardian,...
[Video]Dancing in the streets
[Video]Dancing in the streets
With the two year anniversary of the 2010 FIFA Soccer World Cup approaching, 'Dancing in the Streets' takes South Africans on a trip down memory lane.
Agents barred from choosing referees
Agents barred from choosing referees
South Africa have vowed not to allow agents to appoint referees for friendly fixtures after allegations of match-fixing at pre-2010 World Cup...
Solar power brings night-time soccer to Kenya slum
Solar power brings night-time soccer to Kenya slum
It is 8pm and amateur teams of youngsters drawn from one of Nairobi's toughest slums are locked in a five-a-side soccer match..
Gyan tops BBC African Footballer of the Year poll
Gyan tops BBC African Footballer of the Year poll
Ghana World Cup hero-cum-villain Asamoah Gyan was crowned BBC African Footballer of the Year on Friday after receiving more than half the public...
2010 Cup 'changed the world's view of us'
2010 Cup 'changed the world's view of us'
After billions spent on stadiums now lying empty and fewer tourists than hoped, South Africa marks six months from the kick-off of the 2010 World...
To the World Cup ... and back again?
To the World Cup ... and back again?
An analysis of the latest foreign tourist arrival statistics shows that about 400 000 tourists visited South Africa during the Soccer World...
Africa United reveals the other side of a continent
Africa United reveals the other side of a continent
Africa United reveals the other side of a continent...
LOC digs in heels over R90m World Cup bill
LOC digs in heels over R90m World Cup bill
The local organising committee (LOC) of the Soccer World Cup is digging in its heels over a R90-million bill from the ministry of police stepping...
Failed footballers flayed
Failed footballers flayed
England's failed footballers should count themselves lucky that their ignominious World Cup exit was met with little more than a public mauling by...
North Korea's footballers undergo public mauling
North Korea's footballers undergo public mauling
England's failed footballers should count themselves lucky that their ignominious World Cup exit was met with little more than a public mauling by...

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