South Africa Prepares for World Cup
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South Africa Prepares for World Cup

For many South Africans, hosting the 2010 World Cup is a source of pride--and jobs. The building of Soccer City Stadium in Johannesburg provided a construction job for Isaac Mofokeng and has meant brisk business for MacMillan Siyoko, who sells hot meals to the workers on site. Video by Karin Brulliard, edited by Francine Uenuma/The Washington Post

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