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Road to World CUP 2010

The 2010 FIFA World Cup™ soccer tournament will be held in nine cities across Republic of South Africa from June 11 to July 11, 2010.  Thousands of people will visit South Africa during this period, and the matches will have an estimated cumulative worldwide audience of around 6 billion people. Enormous financial benefits in terms of tourism, marketing and other services are expected across the country, as well as a massive boost in infrastructure investment ahead of the event. It is 1 year only if we count from today June 11, 2009

Previous FIFA World Cups

  • Germany 2006
  • Korea/Japan 2002
  • France 1998
  • USA 1994
  • Italy 1990
  • Mexico 1986
  • Spain 1982
  • Argentina 1978
  • Germany 1974
  • Mexico 1970
  • England 1966
  • Chile 1962
  • Sweden 1958
  • Switzerland 1954
  • Brazil 1950
  • France 1938
  • Italy 1934
  • Uruguay 1930

About South Africa

 The Republic of South Africa is located at the southernmost region of Africa, with a long coastline that stretches more than 2,500 kilometres (1,550 mi) and across two oceans (the South Atlantic and the Indian). At 470,979 sq mi (1,219,912 km²), South Africa is the 25th-largest country in the world (after Mali). It is comparable in size to Colombia. Njesuthi in the Drankensberg at 3,408 m (11,424 ft) is the highest peak in South Africa.

Capital

 – Pretoria (executive)
 – Bloemfontein (judicial)
 – Cape Town (legislative)

 – Largest city Johannesburg (2006) 

 Official languages

 – Afrikaans
 – English
 – Southern Ndebele
 – Northern Sotho
 – Southern Sotho
 – Swazi
 – Tsonga
 – Tswana
 – Venda
 – Xhosa
 – Zulu

 Ethnic groups 

79.5% Black
9.2% White
8.9% Coloured
2.5% Asian

 Independence from the United Kingdom 

 –  Union 31 May 1910   

 –  Statute of Westminster 11 December 1931   

 –  Republic 31 May 1961 

 Area  

–  Total 1 221 037 km2 (25th) 471 443 sq mi   

–  Water (%) Negligible

 Population  

–  2008 estimate 47 900 000 (25th)  

–  2001 census 44 819 778

–  Density 39/km2 (170th) 101/sq mi

  Currency

Rand South Africa (ZAR)

1 South African Rand  ~ 0.123724 U.S. dollars

 GDP (PPP) 2008 estimate  

 – Total $492.684 billion  

 –  Per capita $10,119

 GDP (nominal) 2008 estimate

 – Total $300.4 billion

 –  Per capita $5,693

Country code: +27

South Africa International telephone code

The international country calling code of South Africa is +27.

South Africa City Area Telephone Codes

+27 21 Cape Town, Alberton, Paarl
+27 31 Durban
+27 43 East London
+27 11 Johannesburg
+27 53 Kimberley
+27 18 Klerksdorp
+27 12 Pretoria
+27 11 Soweto

South Africa Mobile Telephone Codes/Operators

Vodacom +27 73, 82
MTN +27 72, 83
Virgin Mobile South Africa
Cell C

South Africa Emergency Telephone Numbers

10111 – Police
10117 – Ambulance
10178 – Fire Department

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