2010 FIFA World Cup News

Primary school pupils from Durban react after Durban was officially named as host of the 2022 Commonwealth Games, on September 2, 2015 in Durban (AFP Photo/Rajesh Jantilal)

South Africa vows Durban Commonwealth Games will "heal wounds"

South Africa on Wednesday promised to deliver a world-class event when the city of Durban hosts the 2022 Commonwealth Games, saying the occasion would help the country overcome its turbulent past.

Jeff Immelt, Chairman & CEO, GE

Accelerating South Africa's economic transformation: Jeff Immelt, Chairman & CEO, GE

Most people do not realize that the General Electric Company first came to South Africa in 1898—it was among our first offices overseas. For a brief period, and as part of the global effort to end apartheid, we left the country.

FIFA Chief Sepp Blatter and South Africa’s President Jacob Zuma at the 2010 FIFA World Cup (Reuters/David Gray)

Dear Europe: No, you can't have 'your' football back, signed Africa

Like most right-thinking people, I don’t condone corruption and abhor anyone responsible for ruining the integrity of the game that we love. But a troubling narrative has emerged out of the FIFA corruption scandal.

Gervinho and Drogba at the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil

Africa is a country, football edition

Africa remains divided along many lines, from race and religion to ethnicity.

2010 FIFA World Cup, South Africa

South Africa Is Still Winning After 2010 FIFA World Cup

Four years after hosting the 2010 FIFA World Cup, South Africa endures sustained success as a leading sporting and travel motherland.

Issa Hayatou, President, Confederation of African Football (CAF)

Africa seeks to force FIFA’s hand with success in Brazil

Africa’s hopes of increased future World Cup representation rest heavily on achievement in Brazil this year where five countries seek to break new ground and force FIFA’s hand.

2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa

South Africa’s World Cup advice to Brazil—and a huge Waka Waka confession

Dear Brazil, when we hosted the World Cup in 2010, we taught the world some positive things about South Africa.