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R350.00R18,000.00

A man blows a vuvuzela next to his car with a home made areoplane on the car to celebrebrate the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa, Sea Point, Cape Town 09.06.2010. The aeroplane is made by Mboneli Lefty Booi and Siseko Christopher Kameso, both from Khayelitsha, a township in Cape Town.The plane is handmade and designed by them. It has been hand painted with a picture of Mandela, zakumi ( the south African world cup mascot), Zuma, Bafana Bafana etc
It has all the flags painted on it of the countries taking part. They also made the boot.
Their wish was, “ we would like support from government and sport businesses in South Africa.”
These are part of the extra unusual world cup paraphernalia that was apparent during the world cup.

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