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South Africa denies paying bribes to secure 2010 FIFA World Cup 10:27 GMT

JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - All 2010 Soccer World Cup funds were accounted for and audited, South Africa's sports minister said on Thursday, and the government was yet to receive an indictment from U.S. prosecutors involving South Africans.  Full Article

 

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