Vuvuzelas have been said to be rooted in African history, but this has been in dispute
for quite some time. People would blow on a kudu horn to call villagers to a meeting.
Adding to the appeal is African folklore that "A baboon is killed by a lot of noise."
During the last quarter of a match, supporters blow vuvuzelas frantically in an attempt
to "kill off" their opponents.
South African soccer fans agree that the Vuvuzela creates a lively atmosphere in
the stadium. The Vuvuzela has become part of South African football culture, and
is a way of showing loyalty and dedication to the team. Just as fans in other countries
beat drums, blow trumpets, and sing, .