You can’t come to the 2010 FIFA World Cup™ and go home without a vuvuzela – a plastic horn built to make as big a racket as possible in honour of your favourite team.
Buy a crazy and colourful makarapa helmet in support of your favourite team – it’s totally South African and very off-the-wall. You will be the envy of your friends back home.
A slightly less-noisy equivalent to the vuvuzela – the kuduzela is a wind instrument in the shape of a kudu horn and as African as you can get.
42010 FIFA World Cup™ T-shirts
Shop up a storm at the FIFA E-Store for official 2010 FIFA World Cup™ T-shirts (and other memorabilia) that will tell all your cronies ‘I was there’.
Take home a Zakumi figurine or fluffy toy as a memento of your trip. Zakumi is the much-loved, leopard-like official mascot of the 2010 FIFA World Cup™.
6The 2010 Jabulani Football
Adidas are behind the official 2010 FIFA World Cup™ soccer ball known as Jabulani and freely available at all local sports shops and on the FIFA E-Store
Purchase your favourite team’s kit from the FIFA E-Store - whether you're supporting England, Brazil or Bafana Bafana, it's all up for grabs.
Buy the official 2010 FIFA World Cup™ caps from the FIFA E-Store, not as much fun as the makarapa, but it will shield your eyes from the winter sun.
9Zazu soccer horn
This low-cost designer trumpet offers another excuse to make a loud noise in honour of your team. A great gift for kids though their parents may not agree...
Take home a work of art from the 2010 African Fine Art Collection, or buy some street art inspired by the 2010 FIFA World Cup™ .