PREPARING SOUTH AFRICA FOR THE WORLD
Blow for Durban
The beachfront promenade on Durbans Golden Mile. The city has lost the majority of its blue flag swimming beaches, mainly because of a recent surge in sewage pollution in water quality samples.
Cities - Polokwane
Polokwane is a small but bustling city which serves as a hub to an important farming region. Photo: SA Tourism (not for sale)
Cities - Pretoria
Pretoria (Tshwane), a bustling city which is located just 30km from Johannesburg, is one of the 2010 host cities. Photo: SA Tourism (not for sale)
Cities - Nelspruit
Located near the border with Mozambique, Nelspruit is the hub of a a bustling tourism region. Photo: SA Tourism (not for sale)
Cities - Port Elizabeth
Port Elizabeth is famous for its friendly people, spectacular beaches and, of course, abundance of dolphins. Photo: SA Tourism (not for sale)
Cities - Durban
The port city of Durban attracts millions of visitors to its warm waters and spectacular beaches. Photo: City of Durban (not for sale)
Cities - Rustenburg
Located in an important mining region, Rustenburg is also located near Sun City, one of South Africa’s key tourism resorts.
Cities - Cape Town
Cape Town which is often referred to as the tourism Mecca of Africa will host nine matches during the World Cup.
Made in SA
On the field
The Girls Of 2010