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NO FAKE material imported from other countries will be used or allowed by the Local Organising Committee during the 2010 World Cup.
This was said by LOC chief executiveDanny Jordaan in Durban yesterday. He saidCosatu have asked them to make sure that any material, from caps to T-shirts, is home-made.
"No cheap or fake caps or T-shirts will be allowed. Whatever material that we will be using would be home-made because as a country, we are capable of producing the real stuff," he said.
Jordaan said no ambush marketing would be allowed during the tournament. He also revealed that street children will not be whisked off the streets around the country during the soccer tournament.
He urged South Africans to show solidarity with the rest of the continent by supporting other African teams. "Let's support Africa's six pack," he said, referring to six African teams that will participate in the World Cup.
"We have been accused in the past of not showing solidarity with the continent." - Canaan Mdletshe