vuvuzelas

 
Scots deflated by World Cup bagpipe ban
Scots deflated by World Cup bagpipe ban
A ban on bagpipes at the Rugby World Cup in New Zealand has knocked the wind out of the Scotland team.
India embraces the vuvuzela
India embraces the vuvuzela
The vuvuzelas that became the droning soundtrack to the Soccer World Cup in South Africa are to make a comeback at the Commonwealth Games in New...
Life after the World Cup for unwanted vuvuzelas
Life after the World Cup for unwanted vuvuzelas
Mirror flag socks are fraying in the spring weather and those canary yellow Bafana T-shirts have been relegated to the bottom drawer. And what of...
Vuvuzelas set for blast off at Commonwealth Games
Vuvuzelas set for blast off at Commonwealth Games
Loved and loathed in equal measure, the drone of the vuvuzela will resonate in India for the first time at the Commonwealth Games in October.
Vuvuzela trumpeted by Oxford dictionary
Vuvuzela trumpeted by Oxford dictionary
The vuvuzela, which became the sound of the 2010 Soccer World Cup in South Africa, has won an entry in the latest edition of the Oxford...
Arsenal, Spurs, West Ham ban vuvuzelas
Arsenal, Spurs, West Ham ban vuvuzelas
English Premier League clubs Arsenal, Tottenham and West Ham have banned controversial vuvuzela horns from their stadiums this season.
Hawkers suffer as Bafana crash out of Cup
Hawkers suffer as Bafana crash out of Cup
Johannesburg street sellers were raking it in at the start of the Soccer World Cup, but now that Bafana has crashed out of the tournament, business...
Czech TV mutes vuvuzelas
Czech TV mutes vuvuzelas
Czech public television network CT is putting a sock into vuvuzelas at Soccer World Cup games in South Africa.
World Cup embraces triumph and disaster
World Cup embraces triumph and disaster
National euphoria not seen since the release of Nelson Mandela. Thousands of tourists singing the praises of friendly people and a beautiful...
Woman injures throat in vuvuzela competition
Woman injures throat in vuvuzela competition
A Cape Town woman who injured her throat at a vuvuzela blowing competition said on Friday that she was on the mend.
Vuvuzelas a gold mine for China manufacturers
Vuvuzelas a gold mine for China manufacturers
The vuvuzelas providing the ear-splitting soundtrack for the Soccer World Cup in South Africa are proving a gold mine for manufacturers in China...
UK supermarket chain wins boost from vuvuzelas
UK supermarket chain wins boost from vuvuzelas
British supermarket chain Sainsbury said on Wednesday that its World Cup goods -- and vuvuzelas -- are selling very well, but reported slowing...

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