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Share 2010 Spirit

In the year 2010 South Africa will become known as the land of the Vuvuzela. This plastic instrument, shaped like a trumpet, is our trademark – some may even call it South African soccer’s tradition. So let us thank FIFA for allowing us the opportunity to bring our soccer culture to the world.
 


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Share Brace yourself for 2010 tsunami.

While some may consider the Cricket or Rugby World Cups to be big events, they "do not even compare to the Soccer World Cup", that’s according to Ray Whelan, chairman of Fifa-accredited tourism company Match, who has been involved in every Fifa World Cup since 1986.
 


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Share 2010 World Cup lottery scam alert - SA National Lottery Winning Notification

No real lottery sends an email to notify winners, the mere fact alone that you received an email stating that you have won a lottery proves that it is a scam.


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Share The After Effects Of 2010 – What Will Happen To The Stadiums?

South Africa will spend in the region of R5-billion on building and renovating the 10 World Cup stadiums between now and 2010.

The following 10 are the final stadiums that will host the 2010 World Cup:
 


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Share Last Touches On 2010 World Cup Transport Plan

The Transport plan for the World Cup will be finalised in two months, the authorities have promised Fifa.

Transport Department acting director-general George Mahlalela said his department, together with the host cities, would start fine-tuning their 2010 transport plans this week.
 


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Share 2010 Ticket Frenzy

150 000 tickets requested in the first 24 hours after the World Cup draw.

Fans applied online for an astonishing 157,771 tickets to 2010 World Cup games in the 24 hours that followed the draw for the soccer tournament.

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Share Homeless cleared to make way for 2010

 Homeless South Africans are complaining that they are being forced from the streets of Cape Town to make way for the glamorous events leading up to the 2010 Soccer World Cup tournament. This has been done in an attempt to clean up the city before the big games begin. South Africa, where more than a quarter of the work force is unemployed and millions live in poverty, is hoping for a boost to the economy from the thousands of tourists expected to attend the World Cup.

 


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Share DIY: 2010 Sports Bar

Large Satellite Television
This is probably the most crucial idea of all. In order to have a football experience, you have to have access to the channels that are broadcasting the games. Therefore having satellite television is an absolute must if you want to have the assurance of having all the Soccer World Cup games of 2010 available to you. A large television is key for turning your living room into an ultimate football experience. HD televisions now come in a wide range of sizes, making it easy to feel almost like you were on the field.


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Share Get Your 2010 Safety Wear Now!


In the competitive business industry of Corporate and Safety services, Golden Pond have instilled in their company key values of service excellence, honesty and commitment making them leaders in the industry . The success of their business is attributed to their utmost faith in God and prayer, constant hard work and a loving and understanding marriage.


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