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African federation kicks Chad out of Nations Cup
African federation kicks Chad out of Nations Cup
Chad have been thrown out of the Africa Cup of Nations after African soccer's governing body blamed them for causing an unnecessary postponement of...
IOC eyes healthy profits from Beijing Games
IOC eyes healthy profits from Beijing Games
From its dangerously empty coffers in the late 1970s to the multibillion-dollar revenues from the Beijing 2008 Games, the International Olympic...
Decade of a dream
Decade of a dream
It is 10 years since the South Africa Football Association (Safa) first announced its intention to host the sport's biggest showpiece, the World...
United threaten to report Real over Ronaldo row
United threaten to report Real over Ronaldo row
Manchester United have threatened to report Real Madrid to Fifa as the row over the Spanish club's bid to sign Portuguese star Cristiano Ronaldo...
Fifa: SA violence won't affect World Cup
Fifa: SA violence won't affect World Cup
World soccer governing body Fifa expressed its concern on Tuesday about this month's deadly attacks on foreigners in South Africa, but said the...
Blatter presses on with foreign quota plan
Blatter presses on with foreign quota plan
Fifa president Sepp Blatter will forge ahead with plans to curb the number of foreign players at soccer clubs, saying on Tuesday that the organisation should coral the world of sport into helping make it happen....
South Africa's 2010 windfall
South Africa's 2010 windfall
The South African economy could see a turnover in excess of R40-billion during the Soccer World Cup finals, which kick off at the new Soccer City...
Funding crisis clouds World Cup TV plans
Funding crisis clouds World Cup TV plans
A funding crunch could delay South Africa's plans to have digital broadcasting in place for the 2010 Soccer World Cup, the chief executive of...
Bafana under Fifa spotlight
Bafana under Fifa spotlight
Bafana Bafana's new coach, Joel Santana, will have to earn his huge salary when he arrives in Johannesburg next week to take over from fellow...
2010 stadiums on track
2010 stadiums on track
Come May 6, officials from Nelson Mandela Bay municipality are confident that they will leave the South African Football Association smiling after...
Gauteng reels under xenophobic attacks
Gauteng reels under xenophobic attacks
As the sun set on another bloody day of xenophobic violence in Gauteng on Monday, at least 22 people were reported dead, many more injured and 217...
Xenophobia: Mbeki gives nod to army
Xenophobia: Mbeki gives nod to army
As violent xenophobic clashes that have claimed at least 42 lives spread from Gauteng to Mpumalanga and KwaZulu-Natal, President Thabo Mbeki on...

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