Brazil’s president forced into run-off

After a presidential campaign steeped in drama, Brazilians opted Sunday for a relatively undramatic runoff election featuring the two parties that have governed for the past 20 years. Frustrated with an economic slowdown and corrupt politicians, voters flirted for weeks with Socialist candidate Marina Silva’s promise of a “new politics,”[…]

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Disaster for Brazil

Even for an 84-year-old tournament drenched in history, Germany 7, Brazil 1 – you read that right – will be remembered as one of the craziest World Cup matches ever. Because of the humiliation it inflicted on a great footballing nation, as one of the most painful to watch, too.[…]

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Football?! Yawn….

While people are still deciding to watch the 2014 Fifa World Cup hosted in Brazil there does not appear to be much hype in the air, amongst Capetonians. Most people will not be watching the matches and find following football a waste of time. Daily routines will not be disturbed[…]

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