FIFA World Cup 2010: Building a Legacy for Africa
In 2010, South Africa will become the first African country to host the FIFA World Cup. As part of the 2010 Africa legacy, related investment is being made in education, sports, development and infrastructure across the continent. Meet the champions behind the FIFA World Cup to hear how their initiatives are changing lives and uniting the continent.
Abedi Pele Ayew, Head Coach and President, Nania Football Club, GhanaJane Carter, Director, Coaching for Hope, United KingdomMichael Jordaan, Chief Executive Officer, First National Bank of Southern Africa, South AfricaDaniel Alexander Jordaan, Chief Executive Officer, 2010 FIFA World Cup Organising Committee, South AfricaKgalema Petrus Motlanthe, Deputy President of South AfricaHelen Zille, Premier of the Western Cape Province, South Africa
Moderated byRobyn Curnow, Correspondent, CNN, South Africa