South Africa's search for a lasting legacy

South Africans remain undecided as to whether they inherited a meaningful football legacy after hosting the World Cup.
Last Modified: 08 Feb 2013 18:16

Ever since the last ball was kicked at the 2010 football World Cup, debate still rages as to whether the country has been left with a meaningful legacy.

World football’s governing body FIFA say they are still committed to creating lasting change, but their critics claim not enough money was invested within the country.

Andy Richardson reports from South Africa.


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