Fans from all over the world have started securing their places for the biggest football tournament to be held next year in Africa. It is the first time Africa will be hosting the world cup. What make the world cup 2010 even more special is the efforts taken by the government which have been making news for quite some time now.
Mumbai, Maharashtra -- (SBWIRE) -- 09/09/2009 -- Experts believe that the special efforts have contributed greatly to increase the enthusiasm of the fans. The assurance of the government regarding the security and infrastructure facilities has diluted all the apprehensions among the local and international tourism. It would be a great time for the African business and the country wants to make the most of it. Also, it will be visited by many stars, so it wants to put its best foot forward.
It is being estimated that Africa has spent almost 8.4bn on the construction of five stadiums and upgrading of more five existing stadiums. Out of the five new stadiums being constructed, two are going to be used as practice stadium while other three will be actual match venues. The government has also implemented many projects that include the Gautrain and new Bus Rapid Transit system (BRT) titled Rea Vaya. In an exclusive interview of Danny Jordan, the president of the World cup 2010, Danny Jordan said that he expects the stadiums to be upgraded by the end of October 2009.
Africa is a great place to visit and the excitement of watching their stars play live is an opportunity no fan would like to miss. The ticket bookies are running busy and demanding heavy commission for securing a place in the event. So book your ticket now. For details view the miscellaneous section on India-classifieds.
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