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CAPE TOWN to get kick from World Cup

South Africa is hoping to build on the attention it gets from holding the soccer World Cup in 2010

21st February, 2009

With just over a year to go until the soccer World Cup, South Africa is gearing up for the attention the event will bring to the country.

More than €6 billion has been budgeted for the building and upgrading of infrastructure for the tournament -five new stadiums are to be built while the public transport infrastructure within the various hosting cities is also being improved, with projects such as the high-speed Gautrain and the new...

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