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South Africa Soccer WCup

India TV News Desk [ Updated: May 25, 2012 19:19 IST ]
  • Municipal workers paint the 2010 structure at the Alexandra township in Johannesburg, South Africa, Tuesday June 8, 2010, as they prepare for the soccer World Cup, that gets underway on June 11, 2010. (AP Photo/Themba Hadebe)
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    Municipal workers paint the 2010 structure at the Alexandra township in Johannesburg, South Africa, Tuesday June 8, 2010, as they prepare for the soccer World Cup, that gets underway on June 11, 2010. (AP Photo/Themba Hadebe)

  • Locals play soccer on a dusty field across the Makhulong stadium at Tembisa township in Johannesburg, South Africa, Thursday June 3, 2010, were training is underway for North Korea team as they prepare for the upcoming World Cup, which gets kicked off on June 11, 2010. North Korea plays in group G. (AP Photo/Themba Hadebe)
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    Locals play soccer on a dusty field across the Makhulong stadium at Tembisa township in Johannesburg, South Africa, Thursday June 3, 2010, were training is underway for North Korea team as they prepare for the upcoming World Cup, which gets kicked off on June 11, 2010. North Korea plays in group G. (AP Photo/Themba Hadebe)

  • South Africa's Reneilwe Letsholonyane, right, and teammates hold balls during their training session in Johannesburg, South Africa, Monday June 7, 2010. South Africa prepares for their opening match against Mexico for the upcoming Soccer World Cup, that gets underway on June 11. (AP Photo/Themba Hadebe)
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    South Africa's Reneilwe Letsholonyane, right, and teammates hold balls during their training session in Johannesburg, South Africa, Monday June 7, 2010. South Africa prepares for their opening match against Mexico for the upcoming Soccer World Cup, that gets underway on June 11. (AP Photo/Themba Hadebe)

  • South Africa's Surprise Moriri keeps his balance during a training session in Johannesburg, South Africa, Monday June 7, 2010. South Africa prepares for their opening match against Mexico for the upcoming Soccer World Cup, that gets underway on June 11. (AP Photo/Themba Hadebe)
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    South Africa's Surprise Moriri keeps his balance during a training session in Johannesburg, South Africa, Monday June 7, 2010. South Africa prepares for their opening match against Mexico for the upcoming Soccer World Cup, that gets underway on June 11. (AP Photo/Themba Hadebe)

  • The photo provided by Nelson Mandela foundation shows former South African President Nelson Mandela, center, as he is shown the exhibition by his grandson Chief Nkosi Zwelivelile Mandela, right, and South African first lady Madiba Zuma in Houghton, South Africa, Tuesday, June 8, 2010. (AP Photo/Nelson Mandela Foundation)
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    The photo provided by Nelson Mandela foundation shows former South African President Nelson Mandela, center, as he is shown the exhibition by his grandson Chief Nkosi Zwelivelile Mandela, right, and South African first lady Madiba Zuma in Houghton, South Africa, Tuesday, June 8, 2010. (AP Photo/Nelson Mandela Foundation)

  • A hard hat in support of the South African National Soccer team, known as Bafana Bafana, adorns a sculpture of former President Nelson Mandela at the Nelson Mandela Foundation in Johannesburg, Tuesday June 8, 2010. Mandela's grandson, Nkosi Zwelivelile Mandela, unseen, says that 91 year old Mandela will likely greet fans and players at the opening of the World Cup Friday (AP Photo/Denis Farrell)
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    A hard hat in support of the South African National Soccer team, known as Bafana Bafana, adorns a sculpture of former President Nelson Mandela at the Nelson Mandela Foundation in Johannesburg, Tuesday June 8, 2010. Mandela's grandson, Nkosi Zwelivelile Mandela, unseen, says that 91 year old Mandela will likely greet fans and players at the opening of the World Cup Friday (AP Photo/Denis Farrell)

  • In this photo supplied by the Nelson Mandela Foundation former President Nelson Mandela, center, poses with the South African Soccer team in Johannesburg, Thursday, June 3, 2010. Mandela met with the team on the same day the country's ruling party said its most famous citizen will attend the World Cup's opening game and the final. (AP Photo/Zwide Photo for the Nelson Mandela Foundation)
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    In this photo supplied by the Nelson Mandela Foundation former President Nelson Mandela, center, poses with the South African Soccer team in Johannesburg, Thursday, June 3, 2010. Mandela met with the team on the same day the country's ruling party said its most famous citizen will attend the World Cup's opening game and the final. (AP Photo/Zwide Photo for the Nelson Mandela Foundation)

  • Beirth Nilsen dresses up a statue with the South African national team colors in Johannesburg, South Africa, Tuesday June 8, 2010. The soccer World Cup starts on June 11, 2010. (AP Photo/Themba Hadebe)
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    Beirth Nilsen dresses up a statue with the South African national team colors in Johannesburg, South Africa, Tuesday June 8, 2010. The soccer World Cup starts on June 11, 2010. (AP Photo/Themba Hadebe)

  • FILE In this April 22, 2010 file photo workers looks on after attaching a advertising poster for the 2010 FIFA World Cup onto a high rise building in Johannesburg, South Africa. This week South Africa will be the center of the world. A democracy for just 16 years, the country will be thrust, ready or not, into the global spotlight when the 2010 World Cup kicks off Friday, June 11, 2010. South Africans know, and even if they didn't they wouldn't take long to realize. You can't go 20 meters without being reminded that global sport's biggest event is in town. The country's colorful flag flies everywhere, outside apartment buildings, office blocks, and on countless cars. (AP Photo/Themba Hadebe/Files)
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    FILE In this April 22, 2010 file photo workers looks on after attaching a advertising poster for the 2010 FIFA World Cup onto a high rise building in Johannesburg, South Africa. This week South Africa will be the center of the world. A democracy for just 16 years, the country will be thrust, ready or not, into the global spotlight when the 2010 World Cup kicks off Friday, June 11, 2010. South Africans know, and even if they didn't they wouldn't take long to realize. You can't go 20 meters without being reminded that global sport's biggest event is in town. The country's colorful flag flies everywhere, outside apartment buildings, office blocks, and on countless cars. (AP Photo/Themba Hadebe/Files)

  • South Africa's police special task force point guns at a carjacker during a mock exercise showing the readiness of the security forces for the Soccer World Cup, in Johannesburg, South Africa, Monday, May 17, 2010. South African police say they are ready to provide adequate security for the football World Cup starting in June. The authorities have recruited and trained 44,000 new officers for the event, and bought new vehicles, water cannon and other equipment. (AP Photo/Themba Hadebe)
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    South Africa's police special task force point guns at a carjacker during a mock exercise showing the readiness of the security forces for the Soccer World Cup, in Johannesburg, South Africa, Monday, May 17, 2010. South African police say they are ready to provide adequate security for the football World Cup starting in June. The authorities have recruited and trained 44,000 new officers for the event, and bought new vehicles, water cannon and other equipment. (AP Photo/Themba Hadebe)

  • South African take photo of the World Cup trophy tour at the Dlamini Community Centre in Soweto, South Africa, Friday June 4, 2010. The World Cup starts on June 11, 2010. (AP Photo/Themba Hadebe)
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    South African take photo of the World Cup trophy tour at the Dlamini Community Centre in Soweto, South Africa, Friday June 4, 2010. The World Cup starts on June 11, 2010. (AP Photo/Themba Hadebe)

  • South Africa's police special task force point guns at a carjacker during a mock exercise showing the readiness of the security forces for the Soccer World Cup, in Johannesburg, South Africa, Monday. South African police say they are ready to provide adequate security for the football World Cup starting in June. The authorities have recruited and trained 44,000 new officers for the event, and bought new vehicles, water cannon and other equipment. (AP Photo/Themba Hadebe)
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    South Africa's police special task force point guns at a carjacker during a mock exercise showing the readiness of the security forces for the Soccer World Cup, in Johannesburg, South Africa, Monday. South African police say they are ready to provide adequate security for the football World Cup starting in June. The authorities have recruited and trained 44,000 new officers for the event, and bought new vehicles, water cannon and other equipment. (AP Photo/Themba Hadebe)

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