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Requiem for a Bzzzzzzzzz The Internet prepares to say goodbye to the vuvuzela...It's a word most people in the world had never heard until early June, when people started Googling the word en masse in conjunction with the first days of the 2010 World
The incident happened at a Chatham Cup match between Forrest Hill-Milford and Albany in Glenfield last Saturday. A Forrest Hill-Milford player was sent off for spitting at the referee about 10 minutes from fulltime. The ref did not see the player
The bleating of the plastic horns in the street outside had proved a little too intrusive for regional magistrate Deon Oosthuysen. Oosthuysen was presiding over an appearance by soccer fan Norman Khanyile, charged with making a bomb threat at the Fan
It is the first time that Spain will be going to the finals and the first time that they beat Germany in a World Cup match. Personally, I blame this on Paul, the octopus. His prediction that Spain would win
The Arizona Republic The Miller family, Alyssa, Ben, Shereen and Robert, of Tempe, recently returned from a 17-day excursion in South Africa and brought back more pleasant memories than they had expected. The Millers traveled to see five World Cup
World Cup tournaments traditionally spawn a lot of trends and must-have accessories. This World Cup was no exception. Some trends from previous tournaments have been revived and some, like the vuvuzela are brand-new and set
Be ready to bump into your favorite Bollywood stars at the FIFA World Cup 2010 finals at Johannesburg, South Africa on Sunday. The entire slew of actors is going to be present for the final match, rooting for their favorite teams.
The sound generated by the horns has been a near-constant backdrop to the football World Cup in South Africa. But having barred the instruments from this weekend's Tri-Nations opener against South Africa, officials are likely to introduce a blanket
The much admired and often reviled vuvuzela has claimed its first victim. A 14 year old boy from Durban, South Africa, was shot dead by his neighbour The reason: The neighbour was irritated by the boy who kept playing the vuvuzela.
The plastic horns have provided a unique, but unpleasant, soundtrack to the Fifa World Cup in South Africa, with players, coaches and broadcasters complaining about the constant drone. Fifa has declared them a part of South Africa's cultural sporting