SOUTH AFRICA is determined to host the best ever football world cup - and Johannesburg, as a key host city, is set to play its part. With its distinctive African pulse, the continent's premier city is on track to show the world it's unrivaled potential and opportunities.
And, as spelled out by the City's executive mayor, Amos Masondo, the 2010 FIFA World Cup(tm) gives Johannesburg the impetus to create an infrastructure whose legacy will outlive the actual event. Masondo is keen that the residents of Johannesburg benefit from the biggest event on the planet.
Boateng vs Boateng. Both bothers went to sleep late last night happy as their respective teams made it to the second round of the 2010 World Cup.