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A World Cup of Firsts!

The 2010 FIFA World Cup was a first for Africa but this was to be the first for many firsts for this “World Cup of the People”! Just some of the other “firsts” included…….

Spain’s first ever time World Champions of course
Slovenia and Greece both picked up their maiden FIFA World Cup wins in South Africa
New Zealand . . . → Read More: A World Cup of Firsts!

Football Showdown at Soccer City

The Netherlands’ progress to their third World Cup final after beating Uruguay on Tuesday in Cape Town, with the 3-2 win setting up a showdown with Spain at Soccer City in Johannesburg on Sunday 11 July.

The Dutch lost both of their previous finals in 1974 and 1978 to hosts West Germany and Argentina respectively and now . . . → Read More: Football Showdown at Soccer City

Where to watch live football games

The following farms are offering big screens : Continue reading Where to watch live football games

Cape Town Transport for the FIFA World Cup 2010

The City of Cape Town will offer visitors and residents safe and easily accessible public transport during the 2010 FIFA World Cup™ from 29 May to 17 July and continuation of the airport shuttle. Rail, bus, minibus taxi and metered taxi services will cater for a wide variety of transport requirements, and will ensure that Cape Town Stadium in Green Point, the FIFA Fan Fest™ on the Grand Parade, as well as the public viewing areas (PVAs) at the Bellville Velodrome, Oliver Tambo Sports Hall in Khayelitsha, Swartklip Sports Hall in Mitchells Plain, and Athlone Civic Centre are adequately served.

Event-related public transport will be added to the regular public transport system. Existing rail, bus and minibus taxis will extend their services to cater for the increased demand around match times.
Information on regular public transport is available on the 24/7 Transport Information Centre’s toll-free number, 0800 65 64 63. A public transport route finder will also be available from May 2010 on www.capetown.gov.za/transportinfo.

Wines of South Africa Soccer Video – Lets Celebrate! Only 75 days to go…..

A really nice video from Wines of South Africa to take a football on a mini “tour” of the Cape Winelands. See if you can spot whales, Cape Point, Table Mountain, Simonsig, Taal Monument, Ostrich, Constantia and more….

Click here to view . . . → Read More: Wines of South Africa Soccer Video – Lets Celebrate! Only 75 days to go…..

SA Wine industry recognised abroad for ethical practices

As the South African wine industry continues to grow exports, it is also achieving increasing international recognition for its ethical approach to winemaking, says Wines of South Africa (WOSA) CEO Su Birch. Within the space of a few weeks SA was acknowledged by influential UK trade publication The Drinks Business, winning its Ethical Award for 2009 while also earning the lion’s share of trophies and prizes in the Fairtrade Wine Committee’s competition for best wines of the year, held in London.

The 2010 World Cup gets closer….. 32 teams, concerts, expo’s and more!

The 32 teams that have qualified for the 2010 World Cup are: Portugal, France, Slovenia, Greece, Algeria, Uruguay, Japan, the Netherlands, North Korea, Australia, South Korea, the USA, Brazil, Ghana, England, Paraguay, Spain, Denmark, Ivory Coast, Chile, Germany, Italy, Mexico, Serbia, Argentina, Switzerland, Honduras, Slovakia, Nigeria, Cameroon, New Zealand and South Africa.

The new Cape Town Stadium has been completed and handed over by the building contractors to the City of Cape Town, reports the Cape Argus. The R 4,5 billion stadium has had all its seats installed, the grass pitch has been grown from seeds planted 3 weeks ago, the outer facade has been re-cleaned and painted after the storms earlier this month dirtied some of the exterior, and the signage erected, all in time for the roof-wetting party.

Green Point Stadium in Cape Town to be finished by December 2009!

The image of Cape Town is uniquely characterised by the interaction of Table Mountain and Signal Hill – a soft, hilly landscape, and the surrounding Atlantic Ocean. Green Point Stadium sits at the foot of Signal Hill. The exterior shell of the stadium was designed as an abstract, linearly arranged membrane construction.

Cape Town’s new Green Point Stadium is well on schedule for the handover of the stadium to the City of Cape Town on 14 December 2009. The glass roof of the new Cape Town Stadium will be completed and sealed, and the fabric membrane underneath fully installed by 15 October 2009.

Continue reading Green Point Stadium in Cape Town to be finished by December 2009!