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As World Cup 2010 kicks off, where South Africa stands 16 years after apartheid
World Cup robberies: Six tips for a safe visit to South Africa
World Cup 2010: South Africans ready for 'Bafana Bafana' ready to 'surprise the world'
South Africa deports Argentina's 'barra brava' hooligans from World Cup
World Cup 2010: South Africa deports Argentina's 'barra brava' hooligans
Will foreign workers flocking to World Cup face xenophobic attacks?
New sex scandal mars runup to World Cup for South Africa President Jacob Zuma
South Africa recalls ambassador over Israeli raid of Gaza flotilla
Independent papers get license to report Zimbabwe news
Did Israel offer to sell South Africa nuclear weapons?
After half-century absence, Black Rhinos fly home to Serengeti
Serengeti homecoming: yes, Black Rhinos can fly
White South Africans use Facebook in campaign to return to Holland
Clues to the cause of the Libya plane crash
Prostitutes flock to South Africa ahead of World Cup 2010
Libya plane crash kills 103, Libyan authorities rule out terrorism
South Africa's Julius Malema ordered to take anger management class
World Cup soccer: Why S. Africa booed concert headlined by Shakira
South Africa's Zuma goes soft on Malema. Is he losing control of the ANC?
A Zimbabwe native helps refugees from her country in South Africa
Eugene Terreblanche eulogized. Are South Africa's racial tensions buried?
South Africans face off at Terreblanche trial
Can South Africa leaders cool racial tensions after killing of white supremacist?
South Africa leaders urge calm after killing of white supremacist Eugene Terreblanche
2010 World Cup: Guesthouse owner hopes fans will book one of her rooms in South Africa
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