The mid-point of the World Cup is upon us, and what an exciting event it’s been! Our reporters have been working hard to bring you a unique perspective on all the wins, defeats, and surprising upsets so far! And you can trust they will be there the rest of the way.
The first glimpse of our World Cup Reporters in action in the townships around Cape Town! They will be covering the events as they unfold using mobile phones, giving you a unique perspective on the world’s most important sporting event – stay tuned!
The unique sound of the vuvuzela has been roaring in fans’ ears since the start of the 2010 World Cup, whether they like it or not. Our reporters head to Cape Town to ask soccer fans why they love the Vuvuzela!
Young people in the townships around Cape Town have been competing in their very own World Cup tournament, an event put on by the Amy Biehl Foundation. Our reporters visited the quarter-final match between Cameroon and Germany. Unlike the real World Cup, Cameroon came away with a 3-1 victory. Stay tuned for coverage from the […]
The fans turned out in full force to support Bafana Bafana against Uruguay. The crowd was decorated in Green and Yellow and the noise from their vuvuzelas was almost deafening. Even though SA didn’t win the match, the fans were still celebrating their chance to play well into the night.