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Making the Homeless disappear at the World Cup
Will South Africa benefit from the world up in the long run?
Jun 12th, 2010
FIFA World Cup Day 1: tragedy
Day 1 got off to a sad and tragic start with the public learning of the death of Nelson Mandela's grandaughter Zenani Mandela. The atmosphere of the crowd changed from sad to celebratory when the...
Jun 11th, 2010
Two world wars and one World Cup?
As the 2010 World Cup kicks off (literally), many sponsors are playing on the often not-so friendly national rivalries.
Jun 11th, 2010
World Cup overview: South Africa, France, Uruguay, and Mexico
Each team has strengths and weaknesses, but South Africa may surprise the world.
Jun 6th, 2010
World Cup Group B Overview
The fantastically talented Argentinian team is led by World Footballer of the year candidate Lionel Messi, and strikers Carlos Tevez of Manchester City and Diego Milito who scored both goals in Inter
Jun 3rd, 2010
Up In the Air, Invictus and The Princess and the Frog Are This Week's Big New Movies
Star power is big this week. George Clooney, Matt Damon, Morgan Freeman, Zac Efron and even a fictional Orson Welles are on the big screen. (Read more)
Dec 11th, 2009