More than 300 security workers left twages_1657715cheir posts before the match between Italy and Paraguay in protest, claiming they were not paid the wages promised. South African Police have taken over security measures in the meantime, but security fears run rampant as 15,000 fans are expected to attend Friday’s match between England and Algeria.

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world-cup-2010With the 2010 World Cup fast approaching, government in South Africa is frantically trying to secure cities like Johannesburg in preparation for the arrival of the World Cup and its fans. With over 50 homicides a day, gunpoint car jackings, and other forms of crime, the government is facing a big task in order to properly prepare for the masses. That’s why they’re calling in outside help in the form of an Israeli security expert.

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