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FIFA offers website syndication

FIFA.com is offering other websites the chance to replicate its unique coverage of world football and FIFA competitions for free through its content syndication programme, the world football governing body said. FIFA’s website provides live coverage of FIFA tournaments and...

Globacom’s $3m donation to FIFA

Abuja (IT News Africa) --- TELECOMMUNICATIONS company, Globacom, underlined its commitment to the development of sport when it donated US$3million to the Federation of International Football Associations for the upcoming Under 17 World Cup that Nigeria will host later...

MTN 8 aims for Guinness book of records

MOBILE network operator, MTN, has set its sights of entering the Guinness Book of Records through an initiative that will see it sponsor a fan who will watch the highest number of FIFA World Cup live matches in a single...

Furore over Durban website cost

SOUTH Africa’s opposition Democratic Alliance (DA) is calling for an investigation into the tendering process for the Durban City Council’s World Cup website, which was recently awarded to a BEE company at the cost of R5.5 million. Marti...

FIFA boss opposes use of technology in football

FIFA president, Joseph Blatter, has insisted that technology will not be used in the foreseeable future to settle disputed referee decisions in the game of football. The Switzerland-born administrator, who is in South Africa for the just-ended Confederations Cup, said...

Vodacom launches tourist kiosks

VODACOM, South Africa’s leading cellular network is launching specialised, world-class information kiosks around the country to assist the local and international fans with their tourist and mobile communication needs before and during major events taking place in South Africa. The...

FIFA says Italy-Brazil Confed Cup tickets still available online

World soccer governing body FIFA has announced that football fans are still able to purchase tickets online for the much anticipated FIFA Confederations Cup match between World Cup holders Italy, and Brazil. The organisers said that fans can still...

Nearly 400,000 Confed Cup tickets sold online

To date, more than 380,000 tickets have been sold online for the FIFA Confederations Cup soccer tournament, kicking off in South Africa next month. Says organiser spokesperson, Delia Fischer: “This corresponds to 63 percent of the total number of...

SA sports body becomes hoax e-mail target

South African government body, Sport and Recreation South Africa (SRSA), has become the target of a new hoax e-mail, telling victims of the scam that the organization is giving away over USD2 million in an online lottery connected to...

Online requests for FIFA 2010 tickets on the increase

Organisers of the 2010 soccer world Cup, FIFA, said they had received more than 290 000 online requests for tickets. During the first week of the Second Phase of the Ticketing Sales for the event, a total number of 297...
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