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Vuvuzelas blare once again as South Africa opens Cup of Nations Ray Ban UK Sale

Vuvuzelas blare once more as South Africa opens Cup of Nations
JOHANNESBURG - South Africa's vuvuzelas blared once more at Soccer City on Saturday as the former Globe Cup host opened the African Cup of Nations together with the distinct sound that grabbed the globe's interest 3 years ago.
A massive wooden puppet of a boy in a red t-shirt using a football at his feet watched more than the 40-minute opening ceremony which began with dancers knocking more than walls. Hundreds of energetic performers wore standard African outfits with acrobats bouncing on trampolines - which then turned into the flags of the 16 countries competing at Africa's top rated tournament.
Via it all, the sound on the bleating vuvuzelas, South African football's most popular and recognizable item, was near continuous from fans watching in light rain around the bright orange seats with the stadium near Soweto that hosted the 2010 Planet Cup final.
The finish of every single section from the ceremony was greeted loudly by the horns as supporters started to fill the cavernous stadium for the opening game among the host and tournament first-timer Cape Verde.
South African president Jacob Zuma was in the stadium, and organizers said the opening game was an 87,000 sellout.
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At one point immediately after the primary part of the ceremony, an announcer had to ask the crowd to stop blowing their vuvuzelas for the African Union anthem to become played. The fans obeyed, after which burst into much more horn blowing at the finish in the anthem.
Earlier,[url=http://www.raybanrbuk.com/]Ray Ban Outlet UK[/url], the dancers had knocked more than fake stone walls representing a number of the continent's challenges and were inscribed with all the words poverty, illiteracy, disease and famine.
Men and women carrying giant red blue, green, yellow and white balls then weaved in and out in an elaborate act that ended with them creating an image of South Africa's multi-colored flag.
Persistent rain earlier had forced fans wearing the yellow shirts of South Africa's national group, Bafana Bafana, into the shelter from the inner parts of your stadium, but the ceremony drew them out to blow on their vuvuzelas and cheer the performers.
The noise reached a crescendo as the first South African players emerged from the tunnel to warm up around the pitch right after the opening ceremony, then turned fairly quickly to some boos when Cape Verde's players ran out.
South Africa's game with Cape Verde, which has qualified for a important tournament for the first time in its history, will probably be followed Saturday at Soccer City by the other opening Group A game, Morocco versus Angola.
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