03/07/2010

The future of football in South Africa - we interview the President of the South African FA Kirsten Nemtandani who tells us why they've decided to hire a home-grown coach to repalce Carlos Alberto Perriera.

Is swift justice fair justice? Top legal experts in South Africa tells us they have serious concners about the World Cup courts...as we investigate the controversial case of Themba Makhubu who has been sent to jail for 5 years for stealing a mobile phone.

We spend time with the Chosen Few, a team of black lesbians in Johannesburg - for whom football provides escape from the discrimination and extreme violence they face in the townships.

In Tanzania the East Africa Cup has taken place involving teams from Rwanda, Uganda and Kenya. The tournament is in complete contrast to the over-commercialised World Cup and we speak to the former Ugnada player and now youth team coach Michael Eti.

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