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Vuyo loves soccer. He loves to play it, but most of all he loves to watch his favourite team play. When Vuyo counts his pocket money, he is happy that he has enough money to go to the match. But when he doesn't have enough money to buy a vuvuzela, his Dad shows him how he can make his own... What is a Vuvuzela? Vuvuzelas are horns, about a metre long, that South African soccer supporters blow at matches. They were traditionally made from Kudu (a type of antelope) horn. Now, they're made from plastic. They can also be made from dried kelp (www.kelpvuvus.co.za).
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