Football World Cup 2010

 
Fifa makes first public statement about SA's alleged World Cup bribe
Fifa makes first public statement about SA's alleged World Cup bribe
They stole our bribe. If it wasn’t so devastating to South Africa’s reputation, it would be funny.
Fifa must withdraw bribery allegations - Mbalula
Fifa must withdraw bribery allegations - Mbalula
Sports Minister Fikile Mbalula has demanded that Fifa retract its allegations that South African football officials were part of a massive web of...
SA football to face Fifa bribery charges
SA football to face Fifa bribery charges
Fifa has lodged a claim for “tens of millions of dollars” in restitution from former football executives indicted on corruption charges. ...
More sex during SA's World Cup meant more boys nine months on
More sex during SA's World Cup meant more boys nine months on
Nine months after South Africa hosted the 2010 football World Cup a disproportionately higher number of male babies were born compared with the...
[Video]Fikile Mbalula: Know thy selfie
[Video]Fikile Mbalula: Know thy selfie
Our beloved sports minister adores his selfies, but they put him in a questionable position as far as the Fifa World Cup is concerned.
Fifa $10-million – it looks, smells and tastes like a bribe
Fifa $10-million – it looks, smells and tastes like a bribe
Bribes, Fikile Mbalula told the world last week, are like a ghost. “It’s untouchable; you’ll never find it.” The sport minister’s finding...
Nine things you need to know about the Fifa scandal
Nine things you need to know about the Fifa scandal
1. US prosecutors have alleged that South Africa paid a bribe of $10-million to secure its bid to host the 2010 soccer world cup. South Africa has...
[Video]The M&G denies FIFA and everything else
[Video]The M&G denies FIFA and everything else
Did South Africa pay for the world cup? Are newspapers dead? Deny everything.
Hawks opt not to swoop on Fifa bribe allegations
Hawks opt not to swoop on Fifa bribe allegations
The Directorate for Priority Crime Investigation (the Hawks) said on Thursday that it has not opened a formal investigation regarding the allegations that South Africa paid a $10-million bribe to host the 2010 Fifa World Cup....

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