Justice Malala

Columnist, Times of South Africa

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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.

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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.

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