Neil van Shalkwyk, is a South African of 37 years, who played as lateral-left in the Saints of Cape Town. One day, when he scored a goal, he saw an adept “blowing” a horn of kudu (a kind of antelope), on that exactly moment, he decides to create something like that, an instrument capable to join a country, with 11 different languages. It would appear that he made the right bet, therefore, there was no one who couldn’t understand the sound of vuvuzela. Sound that became well irritating and disturbing, as some adepts and players affirm. It reached the point of in the airplanes of the South Africa, the hostess, in its routine acknowledgments to say that it is forbidden to smoke, to blow vuvuzela and they have to press the belts, therefore, who tried to made it would incur into the practical one of a crime and would be processed judicially. However, sure is, that Neil working in a plastic plant, was the first one to patent vuvuzela of plastic in 2001. Establishing a company, who in the last five years had seven million rands (700.000 EUR) of profit, selling currently for countries as Brazil and Russia. How much to the bothers caused by this wonderful sound of vuvuzela, Neil had a simple reply, he asked for excuse for caused bother, and tells he already had available vuvuzelas with ear protector including.