“Waar was jy? Where were you?”
Today is 11 years since the 2010 FIFA World Cup was hosted in South Africa. It is the day most South Africans will not forget soon, especially the moment the then Bafana captain Simphiwe Tshabalala scored the famous goal that made the whole country echo with excitement.
— DJ Keyez 🤴🏾 (@djkeyez) June 11, 2021
In a nostalgic revisit of the time, Thomas and Skhumba In the Morning relayed their personal experiences of the few minutes South Africa “won” the 2010 FIFA World Cup.
Some of our listeners were lucky enough to have been at the stadium.
And others, like Mam Sibongile met the soccer stars of the time through amazing job opportunities that the event created.
It was a proud time for our country. “U no le kae? Bewukuphi?”
@KayaON959 Started buying match tickets in Dec 2009. Hosted a volunteer lady from Spain for 2 weeks. Euphoria was out of this world! Best memory ever! #ThomasAndSkhumba #Fifa2010Wc pic.twitter.com/2qAdIghaNa
— bongiwe (@bongicoza) June 11, 2021
I was in Tzaneen, at some place called Sgojini aka Josty’s Tarven. Celebrating my birthday in style. That Shabba Goal neh🌋🌋🌋🔥🔥🔥🔥Happy birthday to me #ThomasandSkhumba
— Amæl®️🇿🇦 (@maupi_letsoalo) June 11, 2021
— Nqoby (@Nqobie31) June 11, 2021