PREPARING SOUTH AFRICA FOR THE WORLD
Against the backdrop of Table Mountain and Cape Towns 2010 World Cup stadium, some of the worlds fastest Supermaxi yachts have set sail in the Heineken Cape to Bahia Race. (10/1/2009)
Tanzania eyes 2010 benefits
Several high-ranking Tanzanian government and football officials are visiting South Africa to establish how the east African country can benefit from the 2010 World Cup.
Africa - Airport
Airports around the African continent are gearing themselves for an influx of extra passengers for the 2010 World Cup in South Africa.
South Africa is one of the largest wine producers in the world and the industry is looking to make the most of the 2010 World Cup. Photo: Benny Gool
South Africa's colourful flag is adorned everywhere, including on headgear. Photo: Benny Gool
A woman uses her head to support large cabbages. Photo: Benny Gool
The innocence of youth is reflected and framed in this image from one of Cape Town's suburbs. Photo: Benny Gool
Africa – Tourism1
South Africa's neighours are expecting a tourism windfall as a result of the 2010 World Cup.
Africa - Sun City
South Africa and the rest of sub-Saharan Africa is hoping for a major influx of tourists to resorts like Sun City in 2010.
Made in SA
On the field
The Girls Of 2010