In interview with Vikas Sarvang, Senior Asst Director, Federation of Indian Chamber of Commerce & Industry (FICCI) at the World Sport Destination Expo, Johannesburg, July 2010
An interview with Munier Ali, Advertising Sales Co-ordinator, AA Guides at the World Sports Destination Expo, Johannesburg, July 2010
Well with us wrapping up the FIFA Soccer World Cup 2010 here in South Africa this week, now the questions that start to emerge, surround just what impact the BIG event has had on SA and what happens to SA beyond 2010?
World Sports Destination Expo, opening day of conference. Opening speech by the moderator; Kevin Roberts, Editorial Director, SportBusiness Group
As the FIFA World Cup approaches its climax some of the more glamorous spectators anticipating the final found time to take in The Regent – a new apartment complex destined to redefine quality accommodation in South Africa.
As the knock-out stages of the World Cup move into full swing, Adidas and legendary penalty stoppers Oliver Kahn, Sergio Goycochea and Petr Cech provided their expert opinions on saving penalties and their predictions for the winner of the 2010 adidas Golden Glove award.
Legendary penalty stoppers Oliver Kahn, Sergio Goycochea and Petr Cech provided their expert opinions on saving penalties and their predictions for the winner of the 2010 Adidas Golden Glove award.
Noluthando Mayende-Sibiya, Minister for Women, Children and Persons with Disabilities
Chris Jiyane, Grinaker-LTA talks to World Football House
Football legend Patrick Vieira held a special reception in Johannesburg to raise awareness for his African football charity. The Diambars Academy aims to give talented young footballers from his native Senegal an opportunity to follow in his rags-to-riches footsteps.
Charity 1GOAL is seeking to win the support of ten million football fans ahead of the FIFA World Cup final in South Africa on July 11th. With nine million already supporting the Yellow Card campaign to secure universal education for the children of Africa, a final push has been launched to secure the final few.
With the FIFA World Cup 2010 sparking into life during the second week, Johannesburg Tourism Company has taken the opportunity to spread the magic of this unique event by inviting Kenya Tourist Board to town. In a joint conference at World Football House yesterday, the pair celebrated this truly African spectacle.