JOHANNESBURG - Management of South Africa's airports will reimburse hundreds of fans who missed a World Cup semifinal because of congestion at the Durban airport.

MADRID - International tourism grew by seven percent to more than 258 million arrivals in the first four months of 2010, up from the corresponding period in 2009, the Madrid-based United Nations World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO) said Tuesday.

PORT ELIZABETH, South Africa - Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium could become a "white elephant" when the World Cup ends after Port Elizabeth's bankrupt soccer club was sold to investors from outside the city.

JOHANNESBURG - FIFA has promised to bar further use of World Cup ads in which the host cities of Pretoria and Bloemfontein are referred to only by relatively new African names.

PRETORIA - South African economy has received a boost from international tourists flocking the country to watch the 2010 soccer World Cup.
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