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|Description||Stadium WorkersDavison Mudzingwa/TwentyTenReporting from Soccer City in Johannesburg. Summary: South Africa is overjoyed to host the Fifa Soccer World Cup.But some mixed reactions have been sent out by construction workers who are faced with job losses and uncertain future.What really stings is that they havenÃ¢â¬â¢t received the tickets to the World Cup they were promised by FIFA.Some of them, immigrant workers, are very worried by the perspective of the repeat of the xenophobic attacks after the World Cup.ÃÂ TwentyTen Reporter Davison Mudzingwa reports from Soccer City in Johannesburg.|
|Location||Soccer City Stadium|
|Keywords||audio, radio, twentyten, soccer, soccer city, johannesburg, south africa, 2010 world cup, workers, stadium|
|Compressed File Size||2936012.8|
|Credit Line||Davison Mudzingwa / Africa Media Online|
|Media Type||MP3 audio|
|Credit_line||Davison Mudzingwa / Africa Media Online|