Soccer World Cup 2010


Peter Mokaba Complex (Polokwane)

The Polokwane municipality have decided to build a new stadium, confusingly named the "Peter Mokaba Complex", adjacent to the existing Peter Mokaba stadium. The Peter Mokaba stadium is named after Peter Mokaba of the African National Congress, who coined the phrase "Kill the Boer, Kill the Farmer" and was an AIDS denialist . Mokaba died at the age of 43 (rumoured to be from AIDS).

Fixture list for World Cup 2010

13 Jun

17 Jun

22 Jun

24 Jun

Algeria 0
v Slovenia 1

France 0
v Mexico 2

Greece 0
v Argentina 2

v New Zealand

Map centred on the Peter Mokaba Stadium


Building timeline

Construction began in January 2007 and planned to be opened in Jan 2010.

Existing Peter Mokaba Stadium

History of the Peter Mokaba stadium


Stadium opened

Artist's impression of the new Peter Mokaba Stadium

Local training venues

Giyani Stadium

Mmabatho Stadium

Nkwonkowa Stadium

Seshego Stadium

Thoyandou Stadium

University of the North


If you enjoy staying at tried and trusted brand hotels, then try the Protea Hotel Landmark. Otherwise, there's the reasonably priced and highly rated Eskulaap - the suites have plenty of space and include kitchenettes - it's a bit like a camping site. For more accommodation options in Polokwane navigate to

Travelling to Polokwane

Unfortunately flights to Polokwane are rather limited, with only SA Airlnk operating flights from OR Tambo International Airport to Polokwane. Your best best, therefore is to drive, as the airfares are invariably high.

To book flights to Polokwane navigate to


Polokwane City

Limpopo Province


12 August 2006

Polokwane to get 2010 stadium

11 August 2006

R800m soccer stadium to be built in Limpopo

'Kill the Boer, Kill the Farmer' Mokaba dies


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