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Raising Sand
Interview
Prof. Patrick Bond, UKZN
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June 7, 2010, 5:57 p.m.
Updates on oil in the Gulf and on the Freedom Flotilla.
Then, despite the hype around what an honor it is for any country to host the World Cup, there are very real, long lasting drawbacks.
Professor Patrick Bond of the University of Kwa Zulu Natal, South Africa, highlights some of these realities and how they are playing out for ordinary South Africans. FIFA has, he states, temporarily grasped the country's sovereignty...and that country's government is along for the ride.
Also, music for the games by Creamy Ewok Baggends's "Shame on the Game."

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