FOR property investors and football fans, a key in coming months will be remembering where the 2014 FIFA World Cup games will be held.
NOW the fifth-biggest global economy and housing the fifth-largest population in the world, Brazil is bristling with investment potential as it prepares to host the 2014 Football World Cup and the 2016 Olympics.
YOU may have witnessed the stunning filmclip by Melody Gardot on the right of our homepage, perfectly capturing the colours and emotion of South America. Today we take a look at the remarkable Melody Gardot story.
A CROWD of 200,000 fans for the final, a country which wanted to play barefoot, a defending nation rocked by a plane crash and a sport recovering from the Second World War. Take a look back at the 1950 Brazil World Cup, the last held in South America:
ONLY five kilometres in any direction to Curitiba’s downtown, World Cup football stadium, university and newly-upgraded international airport, you can find brand new 3-bedroom Uberaba properties from as low as US$91,000.