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    After The Vuvuzela Now..

    Now there is the Kuduzela.


    Apparently the 'new' instrument is nosier, by far, that the Vuvuzela. I don't know anyone can watch the football with the Vuvuzelas sounding in the background. If the Kuduzela is indeed nosier and used in quantity surely the din would be unbearable?

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    The "kuduzela" has been around for much longer than the vuvuzela. It's a kudu (type of antelope) horn and is used by Jews as a shofar.

    FNB have been offering them to customers but I haven't spotted any plastic ones around.

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