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2010 FIFA Worldcup Host City (2)

Host City : Rustenburg

Rustenburg is in the centre of the savannah bushveld and it is known where Vredefort Dome, a meteorite impact site some 40km in diameter, which has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It serves rich and booming mineral platinum mining industry and a farming community that produces grain, tobacco, fruit and vegetables. It is home to one of the country's richest tribes, the Bafokeng Nation.

Rustenburg will be represented by Royal Bafokeng Stadium

Host City : Nelspruit

Nelspruit is the capital of Mpumalanga Province.
it is the place world-famous Kruger National Park, the Panorama Route, Pilgrim’s Rest,Blyde River Canyon, God's Window, and Bourke's Luck Potholes. This city are one of the best tour and travelling area, peacefull places and awakening idea of Africa's Garden of Eden.

Nelspruit will be represented by Mbombela Stadium

Host City : Durban

Durban is Kwazulu-Natal province capital.
Durban is the most popular holiday spot and it's easy to see because it has miles and miles of soft sand, fantastic swimming beaches, great surfing and warm weather all year round. In terms of accommodation, there's everything from bed & breakfasts to world-class hotels.
It is bound to be a tourist hot spot during the tournament.  Durban offers up 320 days of sunshine per year. With fabulous beaches, natural attractions and lots of bars and restaurants, it’s also a great place for fun and entertainment.
Durban hosted group, quarter-final and semi-final games in the 1996 CAF Africa Cup of Nations. The city also hosted South Africa's game against England in 2003, which helped launch the country's bid for the 2010 FIFA World Cup. England won the encounter 2-1.

Durban will be represent by Moses Mabhida Stadium

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