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Mandla Mazibuko says African nations Cup tickets on track

Posted: 10 October 2012 Time: 16:10

The selling of tickets for the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations is now progressing smoothly after the LOC managed to deal with the confusion and uncertainties experienced last month by some fans while trying to purchase their tickets.

When the ticket sale began on September 26, there was an outcry from a number of supporters who could either not locate any Spar outlet to purchase their tickets, or were frustrated by the ticket machines, which were consistently offline.

However, Safa vice-president Mandla ‘Shoes’ Mazibuko tells KickOff.com that the LOC had since managed to resolve these challenges.

“Initially, there was a problem when the Afcon tickets were put on sale. In part, the challenges had to do with a lack of understanding and communication between the ticket selling centres and the LOC.

“The problems have now been resolved and to date, I can safely say that the selling of the tickets is on track,” Mazibuko says.

“I am not in a position to say exactly how many Afcon tickets have been bought, but I would like to remind football supporters of the 20 per cent discount that is on offer for those who purchase their tickets before November 24.”

Matches for the 2013 edition of the continental football tournament will be played at Johannesburg, Durban, Port Elizabeth, Nelspruit and Rustenburg between January 19 and February 10.

Previous comments on this story...

Filaz Roger Feutmba...Sandawana
posted: 04:16 pm
*BbmNotInterested*
Champ-Marapo
posted: 04:23 pm
I wont bother myself with Gordon 11
Agent Provocateur
posted: 04:27 pm
Not bothered by the stupid dancers! Mbombela episode will take time to erase on my mind.
Nebo
posted: 04:32 pm

How can we buy tickets while we dn't even knw the opponents mxxxx Le tagile lena.

@ Farirayi 's true dat we dn't have swimming pools in Limpopo? wena o busy ka tickets.
KhosiNation aka Mampodi
posted: 04:43 pm
Why tell us this bull cause we r here in Cape Town the furthest place in SA but for some reason in my time I have never seen Bafana play a match of importance here. Or maybe we expected totravel more than 1000 Ks for the games
The Phefeni Boy
posted: 05:06 pm
I will be there supporting Bafana Bafana all the way.....
Qude
posted: 10:56 pm
This is stupid we don't even know for which matches futures first before ticket sales fools
dcanoa
posted: 11:01 pm
Feel free to check footievoice.com for articles about the highs and lows of football such as money, racism and where I question Barcelona's dominance AND do a Ronaldo VS Messi.
Nipsy
posted: 11:36 pm
@Serotela Batho/ ALL PSL TROPHIES

I like your quoted definition of a Gorilla from Oxford dictionary. From the definition of a Gorilla we derive the following equation:

Pink = Gorilla's P.u.s.s.y
Pink = The mouth of the only toothless chairman in the world

After taking out the common factor (Pink) we get the following solution:

Toothless Chairman's mouth = Gorilla's Pussy

.... Putting it on a statement, one must say............... Toothless chairman's is a Gorilla's Pussy.
gotze p2
posted: 07:24 am
purchasing a ticket nt knwng who wil b playin who is kinda insane, dz a possibility ul end up watching tanzania playin chad if dy do qualify nx.
M fully behind bafana bafana thou
Phuphethakatha
posted: 07:36 am
@gotze p2
purchasing a ticket nt knwng who wil b playin who is kinda insane, dz a possibility ul end up watching tanzania playin chad if dy do qualify nx.
M fully behind bafana bafana thou
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I erred on the side of caution and bought a pair for the opening and a pair for the closing games. We will definitely open at Soccer City and finalists will also contend at Soccer City.
El Kampion
posted: 07:43 am
"Dried fruits are also on sale"-Josta Dladla
Somnandi
posted: 08:23 am
This is dumb, how are we suppose to buy the tickets if we do not know the fixtures ? , idiots !
Budda Sparxxx (the truth sayer)
posted: 08:33 am
@People_Lie,, well the reason for that is, inter alia, is that you're in a DA ran province...or should i say country seeing as your premier/president called other people refugees!?
gotze p2
posted: 10:18 am
@phuphethakatha
ya dats da only plan cz u sure fr da openin match ul watch bafana n obviously da final wl b wrth t as dersevng nations wil play da final
gotze p2
posted: 10:19 am
@phuphethakatha
ya dats da only plan cz u sure fr da openin match ul watch bafana n obviously da final wl b wrth t as dersevng nations wil play da final
''Beckham''Hazard''
posted: 10:29 am
cant wait to welcome the rest of africa to our shores, but when will we know which game is playing where and most importantly which teams,
Donald Duck
posted: 12:40 pm
already got tickets for the opening ceremony/game and the final at soccer city. I need to get the quaterfinal game in rustenburg and one of the group matches in mbombela, then i'll be sorted...Its pity bafana will be based in Durban but i'll atleast watch their 1st game in soccer city..hope they make it all the way to de final..
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