Fencing was cancelled and I knew this was a sign that Bafana Bafana needed me to dig out my SA flag, Bafana t-shirt, arm warmers and silly grin and relive the lovely of 2010 (captured above) at the Green Point Stadium, whilst supporting them tonight.

Its Bafana vs Norway and I’m so excited. With Eden and Aubrey for company, this can only be fabulous fun. And that’s before we watch any soccer! My Norwegian surname will not be causing any internal conflict – I’m South African to the core and will be dressed in Yellow and on the right side of tonight’s game! 

For Road Closures, Cape Town Magazine have all the details. Hope to see many familiar faces there and look forward to this vibrant start to 2013. 

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