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BIG Concerts is South Africa's premier concert promoter with over 18 years of experience and more than a 1 000 shows to its name, including many big-name tours such as Robbie Williams, U2 and Michael Jackson. Today, almost every significant international tour promoted in South Africa sees BIG Concerts involved in some capacity.

Soccer City Complex – home of the flagship stadium of the FIFA 2010 World Cup, Africa’s largest sporting and multi-use venue and pride of the people and City of Johannesburg – is host to some of the most spectacular sporting and entertainment events in the world. Warwick Hospitality and Events is the exclusive agent to all stadia under the Stadium Management SA ie FNB, Orlando, Rand Stadium and Dobensville.

Phumelela Gaming and Leisure is South Africa’s biggest horse-racing and tote-betting company, proud to be at the forefront of harnessing the power and passion of horse-racing and informed betting in South Africa.

Big hearts, big players – this is what sets the Free State Cheetahs apart from other provincial rugby teams and makes them one of the best-loved rugby sides in the country. With their orange stripes, these players epitomise the traditional values of rugby – passion, pride, guts and determination.
The Natal Sharks rugby team has evolved over the past decade from a provincial rugby side to a commercially-recognised sporting brand of international acclaim, promoting intrinsic lifestyle values as well as fashion, entertainment and sporting aspiration.

Originally named Centurion Park, SuperSport Park, the home of Northerns (Northern Transvaal), is in easy access of Johannesburg, Midrand and Pretoria. It was the only sports ground in the world which gave its name to a municipality: Centurion.  It is one of only a few privately owned stadia in South Africa, having been bought back from the Centurion City Council in more recent years.

Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium is a 48,000-seater stadium in Port Elizabeth. The five-tier, R2 billion Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium was built overlooking the North End Lake, at the heart of the city. It is one of three coastal stadiums built in anticipation of the 2010 FIFA World Cup. It regularly hosts large scale football (soccer) and rugby union matches. The stadium has also been used as a concert venue.

The Ellis Park World of Sport precinct incorporates Coca Cola Park, Johannesburg Stadium and the Standard Bank arena. Ellis Park has been synonymous with rugby since its inception 120 years ago and as host stadium of the historic 1995 Rugby World Cup final, and is today the centrepiece of a sporting sector for rugby, soccer, cricket, athletics, swimming and tennis.

Bidvest Wanderers Stadium is the premier cricketing stadium in South Africa. In recognition of the world class facilities, the stadium was given the opportunity to host the ICC Cricket World Cup Final in 2003. It has hosted the ICC World T20 Final, the IPL Final and are one of the two venues for the ICC Champions Trophy.
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