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10cf746e54 The experience South Africa gave its visitors the "Rainbow World Cup" experience of a lifetime. World Cup images World Cup stadiums, fans, vuvuzelas and more on MediaClubSouthAfrica.com.. World Cup: the legacy lives on South Africa's World Cup passion A walk down World Cup memory lane SA marks 2010 World Cup anniversary Once In A Lifetime the 2010 movie Grassroots football targets coaches 2010's biggest legacy all in the mind Township kids play the dream World Cup stadium a hit with tourists Jordaan, Blatter newsmakers of 2010 More tourists flock to South Africa SA business tourism 'on the up' Rural areas get in on Cricket WC action Sports fever on Magnificent Fridays! Vendors still cashing in on World Cup Tutu's football spirit recognised 'Magnificent Fridays' for Boks, Proteas R3m boost for SA football school More than a one-sport wonder! World Cup highlights SA football year Pienaar flies Football for Hope flag Football for Hope in Mali World Cup Legacy Trust unveiled World Cup 'worth every cent': survey FNB pours R40m into local football South African 'can-do' wins again . SA now African football training base Several countries that have qualified for the 2012 African Nations Cup, kicking off in Equatorial Guinea and Gabon in January, are heading to South Africa to make use of the country's World Cup facilities ahead of the continental showcase. Success stories Fifa scored it a near-perfect 9 out of 10 here are some of the reasons why. Looking back: looking forward Legacy stories Skills, infrastructure, respect abroad, unity at home: 2010 was just the beginning.
About South Africa Doing business with SA Travelling to South Africa Services for South Africans South Africans abroad Africa gateway News and events Nelson Mandela Photo galleries MediaClubSouthAfrica Helping the media cover the South African story. Weather forecasts Snap daily forecasts for 20 cities and towns. More stories from this section. The passion Ordinary South Africans, uniting as never before, were the real heroes of 2010. And embraced the spirit of Africa . World Cup legacy R450m World Cup legacy trust launched The R450-million 2010 Fifa World Cup Legacy Trust, aimed at ensuring that South Africans continue reaping the benefits of hosting Africa's first Fifa World Cup, is now fully operational. Thank You, World! You arrived with open minds