Today’s mobile technology has made it easier and faster than ever to stay connected and follow the events of the World Cup. Our reporters visit the MTN Fan Park in Cape Town to find out how people have been using their mobiles during the 2010 World Cup, in a report that was (you guessed it!) […]
South Africa has invested a lot of money in order to host the 2010 World Cup, but not everyone thinks it was money well-spent. Our reporters hear from local township residents who feel the World Cup might carry detrimental consequences.
Khayelitsha’s hottest night club has been forced to close its doors! Our reporters visit the scene of what used to be the locals’ favorite place to party to interview the owner and others from the community and discover the far-reaching consequences of this event.
The local library in Delft has become a popular place for people to watch the World Cup because of the extra information and technological resources available. Our reporters stopped by to watch England’s victory against Slovenia.
This film shows the difference between the global media industry and World Film Collective’s World Cup Reporters. Without the resources that the pros have, the WFC reporters are still making films during the World Cup, editing reports in their shacks and hustling to get access. A great example of two worlds colliding during the World’s […]
Our reporter shares some thoughts on the 2010 World Cup from her home in Gugulethu. The World Cup has brought a lot of visitors to South Africa and Cape Town has changed a lot in order to accommodate them
With Ghana being the third African team to ever reach the quarter finals, our reporters hit the streets of Cape Town to find out what football means to their communities and the continent. They also provide inside coverage of a local football tournament featuring some football stars in the making!