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South Africa hosts 123rd IOC Session in Durban

Olympic Games

Everyone’s still focused on South Africa’s hosting of the 2010 FIFA World Cup, but there’s an event bound for Durban that features large in the organising of another major international mega-event – the Olympic Games. From today the city will play host to the 123rd edition of the bi-annual IOC Session, an event of the ... Read more...

Once in a lifetime – FIFA World Cup in South Africa

A year ago, South Africa was host of the FIFA Football World Cup, for the first time on African soil. This was a unique experience for South Africa, but also for the fans, who have visited this country and for the spectators all over the world. South Africa has excellently presented itself – it was ... Read more...

Mbombela Stadium sold out for Nedbank Cup Final

Soccer at Mbombela stadium

History might well be made on Saturday when newly crowned Absa Premier League champions Orlando Pirates vie for their second title in a week to make it three in one season, when they clash head-to-head with Black Leopards at the sold out Mbombela Stadium for the Nedbank Cup Final. Read more...

Nedbank Cup final at Mbombela Stadium

Mbombela World Cup Stadium

For the first time since the inception of the Nedbank Cup, the final of this prestigious soccer tournament will be played outside Gauteng. This honour has been bestowed on Nelspruit. Nelspruit’s Mbombela Stadium will stage one of the biggest soccer matches since the World Cup. The final will take place on May 28 with the ... Read more...

First rugby game in the Mbombela Stadium

Most of the people thought that Nelspruits Mbombela Stadium is a “white elephant” because it was only built to host 4 World Cup matches and will not be used in the future. It was now announced that the stadium will host the Currie Cup rugby match between the Pumas and the Blue Bulls. Great news ... Read more...

FIFA World Cup 2010: Football crazy??

A man took a swim in the Crocodile River only to win tickets for the final! “I’d been listening to Jacaranda Radio had heard about what people were willing to do to win the ticket, and thought that their ideas were a bit lame,” he said. “I have no idea why I decided to swim ... Read more...

FIFA World Cup 2010: Goodbye Sektion Mitteldeutschland

It started with a booking for 10 people and became a 25-day tour for more than 50 German football fans following their team through South Africa. The plan was to spend the last 6 nights in Hazyview at Dreamfields Guesthouse and other lodges but most of the fans flew or drove for 2 nights to ... Read more...

FIFA World Cup 2010: Shall we believe in an octopus?

An English born octopus predicted all four Germany games correctly and indicated that Saturday’s game will be a tough battle and that it may even end in a penalty shootout because it took him about an hour to approach a water glass containing a mussel marked with a German flag. Read more about this unbelievable ... Read more...

FIFA World Cup 2010: England plays Germany

 The world waits for the clash of the arch-rivals today at 4 pm in Bloemfontein.It could not be worse…The hosts of Dreamfields Guesthouse, being English and German, were hoping that England and Germany will not meet so soon. Not only the hosts but also the guests will wear different shirts today and either support England ... Read more...

FIFA World Cup 2010: Exciting day

Only a few games are left to find out which teams will reach the “Group of 16”. The hosts of Dreamfields Guesthouse are having a very exciting day: England and Germany face their last and deciding game of the group stages! Some of Dreamfields Guesthouses guests will watch Australia – Serbia live at Mbombela Stadium ... Read more...

 

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