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· June, 2010

Stories about Sport from June, 2010

South Africa: Definitions of Vuvuzela

Somalia: Death to anyone who watches the World Cup

Uruguay: Watching the World Cup from Afar

Trinidad & Tobago: Au Revoir

Brazil: “CALA BOCA TADEU SCHMIDT”, Phenomenon Continued

After the huge success of "CALA BOCA GALVAO", a similar phenomenon arose in the Brazilian social media, this time involving Brazil's main television network, Rede Globo, one of its reporters,...

Africa: Blogging the World Cup at Digital News Africa

Kenya: On loving football

South Korea: World Cup and Monopolistic Gambling

A biggest gamble in South Korean broadcasting history was made by SBS who purchased the exclusive World Cup transmission rights, a move greeted by people's angry response.

Nepal: The Twitterati And The World Cup Conversations

Trinidad & Tobago: Football & Fete

Nigeria: Reactions to Sani Kaita's red card on Facebook

Nigerian football fans are deeply divided over Sani Kaita who was sent off in Nigeria's second Group B 2010 FIFA World Cup match against Greece for kicking Vasilis Torosidis. Nigeria...

China: Online World Cup sick leave doctor note

Kenya: First cyber games tournament

Africa: Africans need CSR

Cameroon: On Cameroon's World Cup exit

Martinique: Regional Reactions after Insult

Haiti: World Cup 2010

Algeria: Still Hoping with a Lucky Dove on their Side

After the defeat against Slovenia, the Algerians have regained some strength on June 18th by drawing against the English team. They have given hope again to millions of fans who...

Israel: World Cup Bonanza – Back to the Game

Maya Norton's attempts to find World Cup reactions in Israeli blogs are being foiled by a minor dilemma - it seems that most Israeli World Cup fans are too busy...

Singapore: Youth Olympic Games

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