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The colourful vuvuzelas are accepted by more and more fans in South Africa. With a sound like the trumpeting of a bad-tempered elephant, vuvuzelas are excellent noise-makers
Although the 2010 FIFA World Cup is held in South Africa, but eco-friendly has also been an important part in this exciting world cup. Some people even say the Fifa World Cup in 2010 is a great platform for a new green idea.
When the fans in the world go marching in to the stadiums during the 2010 FIFA World Cup, most of them will be carrying South African vuvuzela trumpets, although they knew few of South African vuvuzela trumpets, even dislike these African vuvuzela trumpets. Some vuvuzela trumpets will be the ubiquitous and rather ordinary plastic ones, some will be traditional tin ones, and some will be home-made. But others vuvuzela trumpets will be beautiful works of art.
With a sound like the trumpeting of a bad-tempered elephant, vuvuzelas are excellent noise-makers. That's why so many teams in the 2010 FIFA World Cup complain.
Of course the fans now accept this unique South African vuvuzela trumpet.
by S. C.
05 july 2010, World News > Africa