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World Cup Soccer in Africa: Who Really Wins? [DVD] [2010]
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Overview

Special Features

  • Extended interview with Archbishop Desmond Tutu
  • Extended interview with former New York Cosmos soccer star, South Africa's Jomo Sono
  • Featurette on leading cartoonist Zapiro, who shows how South Africa won the right to stage to World Cup - with cartoons

Synopsis

World Cup Soccer in Africa: Who Really Wins?
Take a look behind-the-scenes as South Africa makes preparations to host the 2010 FIFA World Cup, and find out just how the troubled nation will benefit from hosting one of the biggest events on all of sports. As the stadium goes up, the world watches. But somewhere beneath all of the hustle and bustle, controversy is brewing; despite the creation of temporary jobs, construction offices are displacing schools, and an unsightly community is about to be wiped off the map. Could it be that some of the powers involved have even resorted to murder in order to see their goal fulfilled? Archbishop Desmond Tutu, FIFA officials, sports figures, street vendors, and everyday South Africans all weigh in with their opinions on whether bringing the World Cup to their country has been a blessing or a curse. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

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