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The city of goals

People in Johannesburg simply love soccer. On Monday mornings taxis, buses and trains are filled with serious debates about the weekend's games.

Playing the blame game

The mooted Amakhosi stadium has been plagued by delays -- and the community has had enough.

Whistle-blower

Enock Molefe will be coming full circle when he takes to the field as the only South African assistant referee at the Soccer World Cup.

The game’s over, Jomo

Will Jomo Cosmos boss Jomo Sono finally heed the call and quit as the country's longest-serving football coach?

Soccer City up and running

Unlike its counterparts in Mpumalanga which have been battling to get things right at the Mbombela Stadium, Soccer City stadium is ready.

High hopes for finals

No-nonsense Ghana coach is looking for 'perfect mix' for the 2010 Fifa World Cup.

No free World Cup tickets, warns Fifa

If you are used to getting complimentary tickets to watch local football, change the habit -- Fifa will not give away free tickets for the World Cup.

Fifa keeps sharp eye on doping ahead of World Cup

About 320 footballers will be tested for doping before the 2010 Fifa World Cup kicks off in June.

Bafana tickets selling fast

Bafana Bafana will not be playing in front of open seats during the 2010 Fifa World Cup in June.

To the water born

After an impressive showing at the Cana Aquatics Championships, Malesela Molepo could very well become South Africa's first black Olympic swimmer.

Let’s ensure Ghana’s ‘superfan’ gets a potjie

Chances of seeing Obuor Aggrey's signature pot during the World Cup in June are slim, thanks to the barbaric behaviour of security guards in Angola.

Shaky display in Angola

The recent disappointing start to the Africa Cup of Nations suggests that there is still a long way to go before the continent can conquer the world.

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