While the hype of the World Cup steals the limelight in the media, demonstrators in Brazil continue to highlight social issues in the country.
Fresh protests rocked Brazil on Saturday despite conciliatory remarks by President Dilma Rousseff.
On the two-year anniversary of the Soccer World Cup final, we ask South Africans whether they still 'feel it', and where they think Phillip has gone.
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.
The eyes of the footballing world were focused on Rio de Janeiro on Saturday for the preliminary draw for the 20th World Cup.
Fifa secretary general Jerome Valcke lamented on Friday that Brazil put more value into winning the hosting rights than organising the World Cup.
From the earliest days of January to the last days of December, this was a year of tragedy, scandal and controversy for the world's most popular sport
After billions spent on stadiums now lying empty and fewer tourists than hoped, SA marks six months from the kick-off of the World Cup on Saturday.
Voting to decide the scandal-tainted race for the 2018 and 2022 World Cup hosts took place as the final day of campaigning saw fresh acrimony.
The time for cold, rational arguments is over. Clout and commitment is what counts to determine the venues of the 2018 and 2022 World Cups.
A former Fifa general secretary identified officials he said could take money in return for votes in the race to host the World Cup.
Fifa provisionally suspended two executive committee members and four lower-ranked officials on Wednesday in a World Cup vote-selling scandal.
The contest to host the 2018 and 2022 World Cups, due to be decided by Fifa has been thrown into uncertainty by allegations of vote-selling.
South Africa's reputation overseas improved significantly after the successful hosting of the Soccer World Cup, researchers said on Wednesday.
More than 1 400 disadvantaged children across the country enjoyed more than just soccer during the Fifa World Cup.
The vuvuzela may have made it into the Oxford Dictionary, but you may find little use for it beyond the football stadium.
The lessons learned from organising a successful World Cup must serve as a template for better delivery, President Jacob Zuma says.
The vuvuzela, which became the sound of the Soccer World Cup, has won an entry in the latest edition of the Oxford Dictionary of English.
Uganda has charged 32 people in connection with the July 11 bomb attacks in Kampala, which killed 76 people as they watched the Soccer World Cup.