3 minutes read July 14, 2010 Streets is Watching Oh no she didn’t. (Shakira gets asked about the origins of “Waka Waka” about 30 seconds into this press conference during the World Cup in South Africa.) Seriously, who didn’t….. Read More 0 minutes Less than a minute read June 30, 2010 Obrigado, Pelé What if Pelé had scored his final goal for Brazil, against Argentina? That’s the premise of 1284, the new short film starring 69-year old Pelé himself, which is ultimately a….. Read More 0 minutes Less than a minute read June 24, 2010 Le Lion Indomptable As we all know, The Indomitable Lions were the first team to be ousted from this year’s World Cup. As they play their final match in South Africa against Holland,….. Read More 0 minutes Less than a minute read June 24, 2010 Dirty Paraffin is "genre-defying" We’ve been following The Fader’s Pitch Perfect documentary series since the start of the World Cup two weeks ago. In episode 2, The Fader documentary team receives a “short history….. Read More 2 minutes read June 19, 2010 The Ugly American Sports Illustrated columnist Peter King is unhappy with the officiating of Malian referee Koman Coulibaly at yesterday’s infamous 2010 World Cup first round match between USA and Slovenia. Read More 1 minute read June 18, 2010 Comme Si Je N'Existais Pas It’s Algeria’s turn. They’re about to face off against England shortly, so today’s (second) 2010 World Cup music moment comes courtesy of Khaled‘s “Aicha,” hands down one of my favorite….. Read More 1 minute read June 18, 2010 Pitch Perfect Friday Obviously, we here at Africa is a Country are fully behind Bafana Bafana, and the rest of the teams representing Africa at the 2010 World Cup. And, yes, unlike Chimamanda….. Read More ← Older posts Newer posts → ©Africa is a Country 2015 Africa is a Country Proudly powered by WordPress Theme: Stream.