Extra security will be enforced at the England-Germany second-round game at the World Cup on Sunday, with South Africa police describing it as a "high priority" match.
"Those are high-priority teams for us," South Africa Police Service spokeswoman Brigadier Sally de Beer told The Associated Press. "As with the (England)-U.S.A. game where we beefed up security ... we will deploy additional forces and resources."
Police had no information about any specific threats to the match, de Beer said, nor did they have particular concerns about a game featuring two of European soccer's traditional rivals.