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Love it or hate it, the vuvuzela has brought a buzz to the 2010 Word Cup. Some fans from around the world have embraced this trumpet and are all merrily blowing away at the stadiums. Some cannot stand it and have asked Fifa to put a stop to the trumpet.
We took a stroll in one of the malls in Johannesburg and did a little survey on what people think about vuvuzelas.
What started as a hunt for Mexican fans became a front row seat to one of the greatest street parties ever seen in South Africa as World Cup fever cranked up several notches on a sun-kissed afternoon in Johannesburg yesterday.
As I strolled the street looking for sombreros all I could find was a sea of green and gold as tens of thousands proud South Africans roared on their team, passing by in an open top bus.
The latest will be played out on Saturday when the citadel of black South African football, the Orlando Stadium in Soweto, plays host to a Super 14 rugby match involving the Blue Bulls, the team so beloved by the white Afrikaners.