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Doctors in a number of countries have been advising football fans who went to the World Cup in South Africa to check their HIV status.
War on Want is sending a letter to the South African High Commissioner to the UK seeking protection of the rights of South Africans to decent housing and services.
South Africa's 'Shembe church' says it is about to finalise a deal with a manufacturer over rights to produce the highly-publicised vuvuzela football World Cup horn.
Football fever has taken hold in Africa, but some Islamic rebel groups in Somalia are stopping people from watching the World Cup because they say that the game has Christian origins.
Love them or hate them, the vuvuzela horns are the real anthem of the 2010 World Cup, and are being staunchly defended against critics by South Africans - including a leading church figure.
As the FIFA World Cup comes to the end of its first week in South Africa, World Vision is calling for the protection of children who will be vulnerable and at risk during the football competition and beyond.
As World Cup host South Africa kick-off the tournament against Mexico, charity War on Want launches a new film contrasting the huge sums spent by the government with growing poverty.
As communities plan World Cup 2010 parties and pubs prepare for record business, campaigners and support workers are warning about a rise in domestic violence.
An International Soccer Peace Tournament organized by Catholics has brought together “South Africans, immigrants, and fans from around the world united in the greatest challenge, peace.”
Archbishop Desmond Tutu wowed the 50,000 crowd at an extraordinary musical celebration in Soweto ahead of the kick-off in the 2010 football World Cup in South Africa.