South Africa after the Last World Cup Ball Is Kicked

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There'll be a first-time winner of the World Cup on Sunday, when Spain or The Netherlands will join the ranks of legendary soccer teams. But the cost of the games isn't cheap. South Africa spent some $2 billion constructing ten stadiums. In a country still struggles with pressing problems that include high unemployment, a critical housing shortage and a school system in crisis, what long-term impact will the World Cup have on South Africa? What happened to the magic of the Mandela dream?

Credits

Guests:
Steven Goff - Soccer Writer, Washington Post, Gary Baddeley - President, Disinformation Company, Justice Malala - Columnist, Times of South Africa, Diana Geddes - Southern Africa Correspondent, The Economist, Dara Kell - Co-director, 'Dear Mandela'

Host:
Sara Terry

Producers:
Frances Anderton, Katie Cooper