Sexwale hopeful on Fifa presidency
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South Africa's Sexwale hopeful on Fifa presidency

South Africa's Tokyo Sexwale says he is still hopeful of winning this month's Fifa presidential election.

The former anti-apartheid activist has been accused by some, including the South African Football Association, of running a lacklustre campaign.

The Confederation of African Football has refused to back him in his bid to succeed Sepp Blatter.

Mr Sexwale told BBC Africa's Milton Nkosi that the criticism will not deter him.

  • 18 Feb 2016