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World Cup review, Part II: The trials of group A and Bafana’s lasting legacy

With a world-class gauntlet laid out in front of them, could South Africa make an expectant nation proud?

Bafana wants to be top dog in Africa

Bafana Bafana is negotiating to tour South America in June, intended to improve the country's world rankings ahead of the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.

Dawn of the Jingles era

The era of Pitso Mosimane appears ready to break Carlos Alberto Parreira's conservative mould.

The future looks yellow

Carlos Alberto Parreira has been moving swiftly to put his spin on the national side's performance, seeking to establish a positive legacy.

Long and winding road ahead

Whatever you make of Bafana Bafana's World Cup performance the team still has a lot of work to do, writes <b>Mark Gleeson</b>.

What now for Bafana?

While Safa is silent on Carlos Alberto Parreira's replacement after the Soccer World Cup, the smart money is on his assistant, Pitso Mosimane.

Parreira: I’m proud of my team

The dream of so many South Africans ended in an emotionally charged farewell for Bafana coach Carlos Alberto Parreira on Tuesday.

Struggling Bafana look on the bright side

South Africa offered a smiling face on Friday as they prepared for a must-win World Cup clash against fellow strugglers France.

Furious Bafana coach slams referee

The blood of Bafana Bafana fans must have run as cold as the Pretoria air on Wednesday night after South Africa lost 3-0 to Uruguay.

2010 diary: All out attack

Carlos Alberto Parreira is promising all out attack from Bafana Bafana against Uruguay – truth is, he really has no other option.

Bafana chase vital win on Youth Day

On the anniversary of the Soweto uprising, World Cup hosts South Africa will try to capture an emotional and much-needed triumph.

Parreira: Draw a ‘fair result’

Bafana Bafana came tantalisingly close to giving South Africa the mother of all hangovers after a 1-1 draw with Mexico on Friday evening.

Parreira’s African pride

Just how far can the family man from Brazil with a simple footballing philosophy take our boys? <b>Niren Tolsi</b> reports.

2010 diary: Putting on a brave face

SA coach Carlos Alberto Parreira has put on a brave face over distractions his team has had to face in the last few days, writes <b>Mark Gleeson</b>.

It’s war, says Parreira

Bafana Bafana coach Carlos Alberto Parreira has "declared war" on Mexico, on the eve of their historic 2010 World Cup opening game at Soccer City.

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