Topic: FIFA World Cup
As voters go to polls for the Brazil election today, support from popular outgoing President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva is expected to propel candidate Dilma Rousseff to victory.
10/03/2010 11:45 am
How many people traveled to South Africa to attend the world cup? Not as many as they'd hoped.
10/01/2010 05:05 pm
South African workers, who launched a three-week strike over wage disputes with the government, are set to resume talks with the government Monday.
10/01/2010 04:21 pm
Yollanda and her teenage brother find a band of mothers in Zimbabwe quietly rallying to their aid.
09/22/2010 05:17 pm
Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) offers confidential contracts with one-sided terms as they search for a future World Cup site.
09/13/2010 11:35 am
Many South Africans worry that the African National Congress, which is considering a restrictive new media law, has lost sight of its founding principles.
09/10/2010 10:20 am
American journalist Larry Rohter analyzes the dramatic transformation of Brazil over the course of the past four decades.
09/10/2010 07:05 am
The Associated Press, Reuters, Bloomberg, and Agence France-Presse sent a letter to South African President Jacob Zuma to express concern about a proposed law that could limit press freedom in South Africa.
09/07/2010 02:44 pm
In South Africa, 1.3 million striking public service workers refuse government offers, further disrupting schools and hospitals and posing long term economic problems.
09/02/2010 02:32 pm
The US and Iran set aside controversy over Iran’s nuclear program to play a World Basketball Championships match that featured NBA players including Hamed Haddadi of Iran.
09/02/2010 02:11 pm