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Fabrice Abriel appointed Ambassador of Reunion Island

Patron of the association 1000 Smiles, Fabrice Abriel is currently passing through Reunion Island. Reunion Island Tourism (IRT) gave him a diploma naming him an Ambassador of Reunion Island.

Manchester enjoying tourist boom thanks to football

LONDON, England - Manchester is enjoying a tourist boom thanks partly to the neck-and-neck struggle for the Premier League title involving the city's two football clubs.

Even fans who do not have tickets can still enjoy the...

Football fans who have not managed to secure tickets for the 2010 FIFA World Cup™ matches to be played at Cape Town Stadium can still soak up the tournament’s atmosphere with thousands of others a

Cape Town Stadium to stage final test event

Cape Town Stadium will host a final test event for the 2010 FIFA World Cup™, when four national under-20 teams take part in the Cape Town International Challenge on April 10.

Air Seychelles adds Cape Town ahead of World Cup

The Seychelles national airline has just announced that effective March 21 they will extend one of their two weekly flights via Johannesburg to Cape Town.

Cape Town ready for 2010 FIFA World Cup™

FIFA this week announced that Cape Town Stadium is “perfect” and is confident that the city will be 100 percent ready to host the 2010 FIFA World Cup™ by June 11.

Ghana to promote soccer as a tourism product

An initiative to market football in Ghana as a tourism product is being promoted under a public-private sector partnership.

Live it! Love it! LOUDER! at the Cape Town Stadium Soccer...

Cape Town Tourism is urging all Capetonians to "Live It! Love It! LOUDER!" at the first in a series of Cape Town Stadium test events on January 23, 2010.

Spectacular new Cape Town Stadium completed on schedule

In a special ceremony for more than 200 invited guests and media, the contractors handed “the key of the door” to Cape Town’s Executive Mayor, Alderman Dan Plato.

Cape Town is ready for kick-off

An estimated 55,000 people gathered in Cape Town’s Long Street on Friday, December 4, with an additional 150-million viewers following on TV, to watch the highly-anticipated 2010 FIFA World Cup™ F

Cape Town Tourism offers membership to temporary accommodation providers during 2010...

The FIFA Final Draw has determined the fixtures for the 2010 FIFA World Cup, and fans from across the world are rushing to book accommodation to be in the cities their teams will be playing in during

Only 44 days to go for the 2010 FIFA World Cup...

Fans all over the world are holding their breath in anticipation of the 2010 FIFA World Cup Final Draw.

South Africa’s poor will get tickets to 2010 World Cup

Officials are concerned that despite a special category of some of the cheapest tickets in World Cup history, poor blacks will not come to matches, robbing the event of the noisy and colorful atmosphe

Tanzania enters a new communication era

DAR ES SALAAM, Tanzania (eTN) - Internet and online users in Tanzania are celebrating a new communication era with cheaper, reliable and faster connectivity with the rest of the world after the countr

Cape Town Tourism makes some noise as the one year countdown...

Cape Town Tourism took to the streets of the city to celebrate one year until the 2010 FIFA World Cup.

South African Tourism pins hope on World Cup

Passengers on the flight from London via Amsterdam to Cape Town were in holiday mood, desperate to escape from the cold and grey skies in Europe.

Corrupt South Africa cops could target 2010 tourists – ISS

CAPE TOWN - Some members of South Africa's poorly paid police force are vulnerable to corruption and could target tourists during the 2010 Soccer World Cup for bribes, the Institute for Security Studi