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Submitted by Rodney Atuhaire on
The fact that there has been new infrastructure put in place and existing facilities probably rehabilitated is already in itself a huge benefit. But the question is will the local South Africans be able to sustain it? Do they have the resources to sustain this infrastructure. We already know that football is not such a big thing in SA like the way Rugby is. With the level of corruption, skilled man power, security concerns and not to mention other economic variables like aspects like disparities in income levels that result in social unrest. Then there is still a long way to go to assess how benefical this has been to South Africa. But lets not forget South Africa is an economic powerhouse in Africa. There is alot to learn by other nations and in the scheme of things South Africa has created that embodiment of success in the region by hosting the World Cup. R