| The Game
The best and worst of South Africa 2010
Johannesburg, South Africa (CNN) – Now the sun has set on the first World Cup to be held in Africa, I'd like to share my abiding memories of a month spent following football's showpiece around the "Rainbow Nation."
From the highs of hospitable South Africans, the inconspicuous but much-hyped violent crime and the on-pitch artistry of Germany and Spain, to the lows of vuvuzela noise, lack of video technology and abysmal showings by heavyweights such as France and England, this tournament had it all...
2010 accommodation scorecard survey released
Minister of Tourism Marthinus van Schalkwyk has stated following a research that was conducted, it appears that 74 percent of all accommodation establishments in the country are charging reasonable prices.
Audit tax advisory firm Grant Thornton was commissioned to investigate rising allegations that some accommodation providers were overly pricing their accommodation rates ahead of the 2010 Soccer World Cup.
| Tourism & Hospitality
2010 World Cup Rooms On Offer
The Western Cape has the biggest inventory of rooms for the World Cup, the Tourism Department has announced.
| Explore SA
Celebrating Our Rainbow Nation…Invictus
It’s been almost two decades that the walls of apartheid tumbled down and South Africans came in union at the Rugby world cup 1995 and 1997 and every colour joined in to sing not only a song of victory but freedom too.